Experiments, Ingredient Information, What's for dinner?

Fresh Ahi Tuna!

Fresh Ahi Tuna with two different presentations.  My husband came home from Costco with 3 beautiful pieces of Fresh Ahi.  The pieces are huge.  We had it over two nights.  It’s very fresh and clean. If you’re on FB click on link for photos and recipe.  Sign up for my blog while you’re there!

For the Marinade i just mixed Soy Sauce, Fresh Squeezed Lime and Sesame Oil.  I marinated for about 15 minutes, flipping a few times.  In a Flat Bowl I added Black Sesame Seeds and White Sesame Seeds.   Cont… Continue reading “Fresh Ahi Tuna!”

Experiments, Ingredient Information

Leftovers; Ribeye and Grilled Asparagus stuffed into an Omelet with Herbes de Provence and Melted Cheddar

Omelets’ work perfectly for left overs and are great for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner! The smoke from grilling really shines through with both the Rib Eye and the Asparagus. The accent of Just Jules Prime Rib/Meat Rub and a few sprinkles of Herbes De Provence (one of my favorites in Omelets’) was a perfect pairing.  


Herbes de Provence; a fragrant mixture of Basil, Fennel Seed, Lavender, Marjoram, Rosemary, Sage, Savory and Thyme.


Happy Cooking!  Bon Appetite!

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Experiments, Ingredient Information, Recipes

My Easy Version of Blueberry Jam or Compote (this only took me 10 minutes to make)!


This only took me 10 Minutes to make! I had a bunch of Blueberries that needed to be eaten in the next few days and I didn’t want them to go to waste so this is what I came up with! Read on for the recipe… Continue reading “My Easy Version of Blueberry Jam or Compote (this only took me 10 minutes to make)!”


Have you ever had a Pale Sweet Potato?


I saw this Potato at the grocery store and thought I would try it.  It was a variety of Sweet potato that I had not seen nor bought before.  It has a thin, light colored skin and flesh (more like a baked potato). It’s not sweet (just so so subtly can you pick up a slight hint of it) and after cooked, it has a dry texture, and seems to stay a bit hard no matter how long you bake it.  It’s very interesting.  I put Butter and Salt & Pepper on it like a regular Baked Potato but I guess I am used to the creaminess of a Baked Potato.  I liked this Potato because it was different and fun to try, but I don’t know that I would seek it out.


PASSION My Journey through Food out on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, Mid October, 2019