Monday, November 30, 2015

Holiday Stuffing

Is that time of the year... The holiday's. I made up my own recipe for stuffing this year. Some people call it dressing. I thought I'd share.

1 Cup - Onion, chopped.
1 Cup - Celery, sliced.
1 Cup - Apple, chopped.
5 oz. - Dried cranberries (sweetened)
1/2 Cup - butter
2 1/2 cups - white wine
2-3 cloves - garlic minced.
1 Tbsp- fresh sage chopped.
2 Tbsps- Basil
1 Tsp - Rosemary.
1/4 tsp - Sea Salt.
1/2 tsp - pepper.
1 16 oz bag - dried bread cubes

Pour bread in to a very large bowl. Melt butter in a saucepan add onion, celery, garlic, and apple. Saute for about 10 minutes until onions and celery are firm but softening. Add the wine and mix. Add cranberries, sage, and other spices to the bread. Pour a little of the liquid mixture over and stir to moisten adding a little at a time until everything is thoroughly mixed. Bake on 325 for an hour or use stuff turkey.


Sunday, November 15, 2015

Lazy Day - Build a Sandwich

Yes, it's football Sunday and you do not want to be away from the action. It's a day to just build a sandwich. But you don't want to just throw a piece of meat in between two pieces of bread.

What you need - use whatever type of meat you'd like: Deli Turkey, Beef, Ham, or all of the above.
Hoagie bun
Lettuce, tomato, onion, jalapeno's (optional)
Mayo or Miracle Whip and mustard.
Cook the bacon until it's to your likely and put aside. Toast the bun, add cheese and melt the cheese. Then add whatever fixing you want. Starting with bacon, meats, lettuce, tomato, onions, etc. And you have a sandwich. As you can see, basically this is something you can build to your specification. Enjoy!