This dish is so simple and so good. In a large skillet melt 2 tablespoons of real butter. Add 2 tablespoons of olive oil and heat. Stir in 4-6 fresh brown mushrooms sliced, 1/4 cup fresh basil leaves torn in pieces, and 3 green onions chopped. Reduce heat and sauté
I’m so excited!! My new 2 in 1 Dutch Oven arrived today. You can cook soup, stew, beans and the like in the pot and bake biscuits in the lid. We’re going to have some Dutch Oven Beans and Biscuits any day now. TIP: When you get new cast iron
A good potato salad is always a hit at a potluck or a picnic. Here are a couple of my favorite versions. The secret to any kind of potato salad is the egg to potato ratio. I learned this from a lady in Spokane Washington many years ago. However many
I’ve been making this sauce for years. It must be pretty good because more than once I’ve upon request given it as a gift. The beauty of this sauce is that it stays fresh for a long time. Just put it in a container with a secure lid and refrigerate.
You have to love it when fresh vegetables are ready. There’s nothing quite like fresh from the garden right into the pan. I was lucky enough this season to find organic grower JB Bemis from Golva, North Dakota. He not only grows some of the tastiest produce but he delivers
I like to experiment with different flavors and combinations. So now and again Ma’s Kitchen becomes a taste kitchen. Some of my best recipes have been by accident and others a product of my own imagination. Here is one I put together yesterday. It passed the Tom taste test for
My mother Bonnie Bowden often made Porcupine Meatballs. I remember when Mother and the Grandmothers and Aunties first heard about this dish they thought the name was pretty funny. They always assured everyone that it wasn’t really porcupine. I was just 18 when I married my late husband David. I
Mahi-mahi has long been one of my favorite dishes. I first tasted it at Harvey’s Top of the Wheel Restaurant in Lake Tahoe. There they served it topped with toasted macadamia nuts. Delicious! Over the years I’ve developed my own recipe for this delicate fish. I have made it both
It’s not always about Ma and how she cooks. While visiting Cody, Wyoming I met Rich Herman a chuckwagon cook with 2 Mules Chuckwagon. Rich shared with me his recipe for Dutch Oven Beans and Sourdough Biscuits and gave to me his permission to share the recipes here on www.cooklikema.com.