Monday, April 12, 2010
Catfish is one of my favorite fish to eat. Being from Louisiana we had catfish quite a bit. I have been following Jeffrey Weeks' Blog, A Taste Of Salty, for a while. He is always sharing some of the best sounding recipes that I have ever heard. He posted an article with catfish recipes the other day, and I just had to share it. The recipes sound fairly simple and very tasty. You should check out the article, and any others that may interest you.
Monday, March 15, 2010
Flounder begin biting in the spring and are a popular fish for anglers due to their value on the table. Flounder are a white, mild fish that fits into many quick and easy recipes.
In the northern part of their range on the Atlantic Coast, summer flounder are often known as fluke. Summer flounder range down to the Carolinas, while their cousins the southern flounder can be found in inshore waters from the Carolinas through the Gulf Coast.
Flounder lie on the bottom of the ocean floor and are often caught by drifting or casting live bait. As a food fish flounder are delicate and shouldn't be overcooked. Some folks prefer them to any other fish.
Read Jeffery Weeks' Recipes HERE!
Bluefish of all sizes can be caught by fishermen on Gotcha-style pencil plugs with red headed models being the most popular, as well as cut bait fished on the bottom or live baitfish. Bluefish have a somewhat poor reputation in the south as table fare because folks try to fry them up in oil. Cooked properly, however, they are a very good tasting fish with a nice distinctive flavor.
Read Jeffery Weeks' Recipes HERE!
Monday, March 8, 2010
Saturday, February 27, 2010
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Fruit Punch Recipes With Alcohol
Fruit Punch Recipes Without Alcohol
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Fresh herbs make meals taste so much better, but some can ruin rather quickly. Freezing your herbs can allow you to purchase them in the bundles that the stores sell them, and keep them fresh until you need them. I use this method regularly, and it works great.
Read the Directions for freezing herbs HERE.
I have been using this recipe for years, and my family loves it. This chicken and dumpling recipe is one of my husbands favorites. It is a very inexpensive and easy to prepare recipe, that anyone can make.
To see the recipe click HERE!
I hope you enjoy one of my favorite recipes.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
I wanted to share a few recipes that you can easily prepare for your family while camping. These are some pretty simple recipes, and your family will love it.
Make A Tasty Beef Stew
-This recipe is showing how to make the stew at home, but it is also easy to make while camping.
Make A Campfire Breakfast
Make Baked Vegetables with Olive Oil
-Instead of baking this recipe in the oven. Put all of the ingredients in foil, and place on the fire. You will have a healthy dish to serve while you are camping.
Make Sausage and Sweet and Sour Sauce
-This recipe calls for a pit, but if there is not one available there is another option. Wrap all of the ingredients in foil, and place in the fire.
These are just a few recipes that I feel would work well when camping. Think creatively when preparing meals while camping. You can make many different meal options if you think in an original way.
Saturday, February 6, 2010
In addition to the great recipes I am sharing on this blog, I wanted to share other helpful kitchen information. Saving money on your groceries is something that I feel would be very helpful to almost everyone. Groceries are items that are a necessity to us all, and they can be a very big part of our budget. There are many different ways to save money on groceries, and I shared many of the ones that I personally use in the following article. I usually spend $150-$200 a month on groceries for a family of two. These tips help me; I hope they will help you as well.
Monday, February 1, 2010
Another article by Jeffrey Weeks that has great recipes: Bluefish
Bluefish are a feisty saltwater game fish found all down the Atlantic Coast. They are vicious feeders and are caught on all manner of cut baits and lures.
Bluefish recipes in this country date back to colonial times, and the fish has always had a reputation in the water and on the table.
Friday, January 29, 2010
Many people eat out because they do not have time to cook during the week. If you pick one day out of the week to prepare your food, it will save you time and money. This is some steps that you can take to plan and prepare your meals to save time and money.
Plan and Prepare Your Weekly Meals To Save Time and Money
Thursday, January 28, 2010
How To Make Bar-B-Q Little Smokies
Some more recipes from Jeffery Weeks. In this article there are three recipes that sound great; Seafood Casserole, Guilty shrimp with wild rice, and cheesy shrimp with clam casserole.
Tasty Shellfish Recipes For Groups or Parties
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
How To Organize A Small Kitchen
This is another person that has great recipes, it is my mom. She has only been writing online for a couple of months, but she has been cooking forever. I learned everything I know from her, and it is a lot. These recipes are great. Click on the links to read the articles.
How To Boil Crawfish (Crayfish, Crawdads)
Crawfish Dip Recipe
There is a writer on Associated Content, Jeffrey Weeks. This man shares some great fish recipes. I wanted to share some with you. This is one of his most recent articles.
In addition to recipes I may include ways to get free items and money saving tips for your kitchen. I hope you enjoy my new blog. If you have any questions or comments, please let me know.