What’s for Supper?

This month I am sharing a recipe that my good friend Jen made for me recently. It is very easy to make and is the ultimate comfort food as it has BACON in it! The recipe is from the Pioneer Woman, and as usual I made some modifications which I note in parenthesis below.

Pesto & Sausage Stuffed Roasted Red Peppers

There are certain recipes that we tend to make frequently, whether it’s because they are easy to make, are our favorites, or they bring back fond memories. I was fortunate enough to have a wonderful mother who was also a great cook, and I remember the meals that would repeat several times during the month.

Awesome Mango Salsa

This month I am going to share one of my favorite recipes—it’s not exactly a typical “dinner,” but if you have ever had just chips and salsa for dinner or you just want to be a hit at the next party, then this one is for you.

Chicken and Rice Soup

Frequent readers of this column know that I hurt my leg and have been less than 100 percent. I have recently gone back to work in the office and the women I work with decided to help me out with a food train.

Easy Peasy Shrimp Bake

Well, 2021 is off to an interesting start—instead of going to Florida as I had planned at the beginning of February—I decided to fall down a step and go to the ER. No broken bones, but some messed up tendons and muscles in my leg.

Taco Slaw Skillet

I adapted this month’s recipe from one I found on Peaceloveandlowcarb.com—it’s super easy and a one-pan wonder, my favorite thing. It is also fantastic as a leftover as the cabbage stays crunchy, as long as you don’t overcook it.