Since no one has declared a special day for cayenne peppers I’ve decided to declare this it. To celebrate, you can toss a healthy sprinkle into some water and toast the day – an added benefit is that it will plump up your lips as big as Priscilla Presley’s
I’ve always been a fan of hot sauces and peppers, but now I hear they may have hugely important medical implications aside from opening your sinuses. Yay. Finally! Something I like is actually considered healthy.
My son was out of town for a few days and when he returned his zucchini had grown to monstrous proportions, some the size of baseball bats.
I found a delicious use for these overgrown squashes which I pass long in case you find yourself in the same predicament. Make Zucchini Pizzas!
Everyone knows I’m always looking for shortcuts when it comes to most things – especially time spent in the kitchen.
I ran across some ridiculously simple recipes which I’m adding to my tailgate repertoire for this fall. They only require two or three ingredients and your friends will think you’ve been baking all day! That’s a win/win situation in my book.
I was strolling around my community farmers market on Saturday, feasting my eyes on the beautiful produce, lovely loaves of artisanal breads and bobbing my head to the tunes of a bluegrass band. I’d intended to pick up some nice juicy tomatoes, maybe a just-picked head of lettuce and some artisanal sourdough bread to build the perfect BLT for lunch.
Have I got a great tip for you readers. There’s a new mystery writer on the block and he’s writing some humdingers.
Well, at least Bobby Cole is new to me. The only thing I can think about is going to bed so I can continue reading one of his novels.
Which is exactly what I’m going to do right now. It’s currently 4:15 p.m. by the way. That should tell you how infatuated I am
Bobby Cole, author