Monthly Archive: July, 2009

Lime Chardonnay Baked Salmon

I’ve been a fish eater since I was a kid. I believe in a previous post, I mentioned that my mom would take my brother and I to Burger Chef. I always ordered… Continue reading

Review: Ziggy’s Healthy Grill

Do you know what city tops the list of most restaurants in the nation? Houston, Texas…my hometown. We are also famous for having the most fast food joints, but I won’t be bragging… Continue reading

Wine Review: Carpene Malvolti Prosecco Extra Dry

Now to review my second bottle of Prosecco in the same weekend! After having a couple of glasses of the Santa Margherita Prosecco Sunday morning with a spiced up omelet…I had already pre-planned… Continue reading

Wine Review: Santa Margherita Prosecco Brut

Have you ever prepared a meal and couldn’t figure out what kind of wine to serve? Paring food with odd flavors leaves you scratching your head and probably out of desperation you grab… Continue reading

Homemade Potato Skins: We’re Not Talk’n Frozen!

How any times have you gone to a steak house and ordered potato skins? Those scooped out potatos filled with cheese, bacon and chives. I think we all have from time to time.… Continue reading

Teriyaki-Chipolte Steaks: Striped & Spiced!

When Sunday’s roll around what do we normally think of? For some, we get up early and head to church then race down to the nearest restaurants before the Baptists show up. I… Continue reading

Quesadilla Italian Style

Quesadilla’s have always been a favorite of mine. Especially when it comes to quick and easy. I’ve had some great ‘dillas in the past and some absolute awful ones. I’m going to show… Continue reading

Wine Review: 2008 Gascón Malbec

After preparing such a wonderful hamburger steak for dinner, I wanted a nice wine to compliment the flavors of my burger. Sure I could have pulled a trusty merlot out of my cellar,… Continue reading

The Hamburger Goes Topless!

Over the years our taste for food changes. I remember growing up being forced to eat vegetables, covering with an inch coating of seasonings so I wouldn’t have to taste them directly. Let… Continue reading

Grilled Chardonnay Chicken Tenderloins

It’s fun to play in the kitchen. Having kids makes it even more of a challenge at times, especially when they are picky eaters. After getting home from a photoshoot, I was too… Continue reading

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