Tag: green peppers

Pepperoni Roll-Ups

Pepperoni Roll-ups are super simple to make and even better to serve up to your family and friends. You can make them as easy as 1-2-3 for the kids after school as a snack that […]

Chicken legs in Red Sauce and Chick Peas – Piernas de pollo en salsa roja y Garbanzos

Chicken legs in Red Sauce and Chick Peas – Piernas de Pollo en salsa Roja y Garbanzos is a wonderful translation of a handed down Puerto Rican recipe from an old friend. Piernas de Pollo […]

Red Creole Crawfish Gumbo

Gumbo is one of the oldest beloved Creole and Cajun cuisines in Louisiana, Gumbo is as much of a cultural symbol of as the bayou or jazz music heard playing in the French Quarters of […]

Dirty Rice – Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning

Dirty Rice is my one of my favorite traditional  Creole dishes … A wonderful recipe for white rice which gets it’s “dirty” color from being cooked with small pieces of meat such as chicken livers, beef, sausage, green peppers, […]

#PureBlogLove Recipe – diy- Craft Link Party #12

#PureBlogLove 8 PM EST Thursday nights and runs ALL weekend!! Welcome back to our  Recipe  and DIY Craft Link Party … It’s been 12 weeks since this whole thing started?  I have to say it’s been an amazing […]

#PureBlogLove Recipe – diy- Craft Link Party #11

#PureBlogLove 8 PM EST Thursday nights and runs ALL weekend!! Welcome back to our  Recipe  and DIY Craft Link Party … It’s been 11 weeks since this whole thing started?  I have to say it’s been an amazing 11 […]

The modernization of the 7 layer Casserole from circa 1950

I adore Vintage Casseroles, what I don’t adore are the Vintage cooking methods or ingredients sometimes due to them being over processed or too heavy in calories. I have always liked the thought behind Hunt’s 7 […]

#PureBlogLove Link Party #4

#PureBlogLove Begins at 8 PM EST Thursday nights ! Hello everyone, and welcome back to The #PureBlogLove Link Party #4 and Blog Hop. Thank you for coming back to celebrate Blog Love with us. Last week […]

Baked Ziti and Italian Sausage with Fresh Mozzarella Cheese – Pasta al Forno

Baked Ziti and Italian Sausage is a traditional Italian – American pasta dish that our family has made for years, it contains perfectly cooked pasta, a delicious homemade Red Sauce, quality bold Italian Hot Sausage, Italian […]

Tempting Me Tuesdays Recipe Round-up

One of my favorite things to do is check out other bloggers recipes on the web, you can’t ask for better inspiration for family meals , snack ideas, and tempting desserts. One of my favorite […]

Creole Gumbo

Creole Gumbo has a mystifying flavor all of its own, the kind of delicious flavor you don’t mind drowning in… You might suddenly find yourself murmuring “Laissez les bonus temps rouler” smacking your lips in […]

Cajun Bayou Rice

Looking for a Cajun Inspired side dish to enjoy with your Low-Country Meal? This Cajun Bayou Rice is fairly simple and Budget Friendly. We have added no meat products in our Cajun Bayou Rice so […]

Cajun Kebabs with Bell Peppers & Andouille

This recipe for Cajun Kebabs with Bell Peppers & Andouille is so Super Simple and Easy to make, It literally takes a matter of minutes to whip up a wonderful Budget Friendly, Low-Country, Bayou Inspired Kebab […]

The Chili with Beans Trilogy

Chili has long been a favorite of our family. We like our Chili with beans. Now  I know I will have a few True Texans tell me “That isn’t Chili !” It’s become The Great […]

Light Sweet and Sour Shrimp

This amazing DIY recipe for Light Sweet and Sour Shrimp is much more healthy for you and to has far fewer calories than your average Chinese Take-Out or Delivery.  You will find no heavy breading on the shrimp, hence […]

Breakfast Bake Recipe

Breakfast Bake recipes are fun, simple, delicious  recipes that even the little ones can help make in the morning with a little parental supervision combining eggs, plum  tomatoes, leftover diced ham, potatoes, green peppers, and Swiss […]

Cuban Seafood Paella

Cuban Seafood Paella is a favorite in our household. There are many ways to make this dish ranging from SUPER complicated, to fairly simple. I have chosen a fairly simple Cuban Method for the recipe […]