Kiki’s Salsa-Loaded Meatloaf

What do you fix for dinner when you have ground beef but can't decide if you want tacos or meatloaf? Mija recently solved that dilemma at our house by making a wonderful Salsa-Loaded Meat Loaf. Ingredients Meatloaf 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 onion chopped 1 garlic clove, minced 1 pound ground beef ½ cup salsa … Continue reading Kiki’s Salsa-Loaded Meatloaf

Brown Bag It

When I was a kid, my parents would pop some popcorn in a big pan with a lid (think stockpot) on the stove and pour it into a heavy yellow bowl for nights that we would watch TV as a family. I remember many episodes of "Little House on the Prairie" and "The Waltons" viewed … Continue reading Brown Bag It

A Walk Through the Winter Farmer’s Market

I decided to take a short video as I made my first lap around the stands at the Carbondale Community Farmer's Market this morning. The video has been posted on YouTube. (If all goes well, it is also embedded in this post...) I was amazed at the quality and variety we have here even during … Continue reading A Walk Through the Winter Farmer’s Market

Ceasar Dill Pickle Pasta Salad

I had the freedom to experiment a bit on the 4th of July with some of the recipe trends I've seen floating around social media lately. A couple of these ideas that have sounded good to my family are the pasta salad with dill pickles and the one with ceasar salad. Since I didn't have … Continue reading Ceasar Dill Pickle Pasta Salad