Sundays at home are usually our downtime. Although, on some occasions there will be a pile of laundry to do, or some vacuuming to be had. Otherwise, it’s all about leisure cooking for me, football games for hubby, and extra computer time for the teen.

Happy Spring!  It’s been a couple of months since I’ve had an opportunity to jot down a favorite recipe or two.  This week I made a very simple lamb chop dish, alongside some collard greens.  This was one of those days when I felt like playing in my current kitchen for one last time.  I say this because we are moving!  So the thought of new beginnings, new ideas, and a new home for the long haul just made me appreciate how much I love doing what I do…

Hangtown fry is a type of omelette made famous during the California Gold Rush in the 1850s. The most common version includes bacon and oysters combined with eggs, and fried together.[1] The dish was invented in Placerville, California, then known as Hangtown.

Feelin’ fancy with our dinner tonight…

Oh those under-the-weather days…this by far is my favorite dish to have, especially when I was little.

I could never pass up fresh-caught seafood, and there is nothing like wild-caught cockles on hot summer days…

Nochebuena and Navidad are Spanish words referring to the night of Christmas Eve, and celebrated on December 24 every year.  In Spain, Latin America, and the Philippines, the evening consists of a traditional dinner with family.