This is a super easy recipe for homemade tortilla chips from my mother-in-law. You can season them with various spices, sweet or spicy, which make them very versatile for parties. Ingredients 1 package of small corn tortillas (soft) cooking spray salt Directions Preheat over to 450F. Cut tortillas across, into 8 pieces. Spray a cookie... Continue Reading →
Between our CSA and garden, we have more sweet corn and zucchini than we know what to do with! We get a dozen ears of corn each week, which means J and I need to eat an ear a night...eek! The first week of sweet corn J was in CA and we were going out-of-town... Continue Reading →
I made this bread and wanted to share a picture and some notes. All in all, the bread is pretty good. It is SUPER easy to make, which is a plus. It took less than 10 minutes to mix things together and get it into the oven. It was extremely moist and had a wonderful... Continue Reading →
We love our cheese here in WI. A little too much I think, but I'm OK with that. One of my favorite things to do is have a glass of wine with some fruit, nuts, and flavorful cheese. Stop over at A Cup of Jo to learn how to make a perfect cheese plate!
Garlic Parmesan Pull-Apart Bread that is super easy to make. To make it healthier: Use homemade biscuits made with whole wheat flour (find a recipe from this post under "biscuit topping") Use olive oil instead of butter for the garlic-Parmesan topping Be sure to use REAL parmesan cheese (not that powdery stuff) so you get... Continue Reading →