I love this sauce! It has such a delightful kick to it. If you are planning on having a romantic evening at home on Valentine's Day, this would be the perfect sauce to serve with cream cheese and crackers. That's all I'm going to say...
Jezebel sauce Ingredients 15 oz pineapple preserves 15 oz apple jelly 3 Tbsp dry mustard 1/2 Cup prepared horseradish
Directions In a medium sized bowl combine all ingredients and mix well. This will store well for several weeks. When ready to serve pour over cream cheese, and serve with crackers.
I found a large package of chicken thighs in the freezer. I'm not sure why I bought them because I really don't like Chicken thighs. Thought maybe this recipe might work wonders for this cut of meat. I was wrong...
I've decided to have a simple rating system...It's either a keeper or toss it back. There's too many recipes out there to keep the mediocre ones.
Rating- Toss It Back I really think a bottle of teriyaki sauce would have worked just as well.
I got this recipe from allrecipes.com
Ingredients 1 whole chicken, cut in half (3 pound) 3/4 Cup granulated sugar 3/4 Cup soy sauce 1 Tbsp grated fresh ginger 2 cloves garlic, minced
Directions Rinse chicken halves, and pat dry with paper towels. Place chicken cut side down in a 9x13 inch baking dish. In a medium mixing bowl, combine sugar, soy sauce, grated ginger and garlic. Mix well, and pour mixture over chicken. Cover and refrigerate for at least 3 hours. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Bake chicken uncovered in the preheated oven for 1 hour, basting frequently. Test for doneness, making sure there is no pink left in the meat. Let cool slightly, then cut into smaller pieces to serve. App Store Link: RecipeBook
It's February and I haven't made a card yet this year!! YIKES! What does this mean?? I have completely lost interest in the craft. I've gone from making at least one card a day to nothing! It has a lot to do with my personality. I have a tendency to be passionate (obsessive... passionate sounds better) about something. I channel all my time and energy into that "hobby/obsession." However, they always have a life cycle. Over the years I've dabbled in dozens of different crafts. They all have died and are now just fond memories. Whenever I let one obsession go, it's replaced by another. Sometimes I go back to an old favorite. I've revisited knitting from time to time. The picture shows my latest obsession. I've gone back to cooking! I think maybe my new kitchen has something to do it with. I'm now collecting recipes, planning meals, and shopping for ingredients. Whenever I revisit cooking, it usually doesn't last long... who knows...
I went on vacation before the completion of the Kitchen Makeover. I’m back and the project is 100% completed! I’m very proud of this project for a couple reasons. First, I stayed within my budget. Last August I spoke to a local designer about my kitchen. She bluntly stated that it would be at least $32,000 dollars. Okay, at this stage of my life, that’s not how I want to spend my hard earned cash. I started watching HGTV and DIY Network for inspiration and courage to tackle this without a designer. Secondly, I wanted to pay cash for this project. Dave Ramsey has gotten to my Inner Self…enough said. I’m happy to report that I came in under my budget of $15,000. Here’s a recap of the project.
I guess I was going for the Country Living Look!
The electrician installed the lighting, and Barry did the patch work.