A few years back I picked up a name brand Rotisserie Chicken Seasoning, and we just loved it! It gave everything we put it on that kinda over the top intense taste that’s really pretty crave-able. Sometimes that’s so satisfying. But there were a few things I didn’t like so much, so in true frugal fashion, I decided it was time to mix up my own Homemade Rotisserie Chicken Seasoning.
Hi guys, I’ve been a bit awol lately; I’ve been a little under the weather, so I hope you’re bearing with me. I’m feeling better, but it seems hard to stay on track and I’m sleeping off and on pretty much around the clock. And it’s been hard to get excited about anything. Although I gotta admit, I did get pretty excited about these Feta Stuffed Harissa Sliders. I actually want them again already.
There are some flavors that just take me back to childhood. To home. And one of those is just about anything “spice.” As in spice bars or spice cakes. One taste and I’m pretty much transported. And one of my favorites was always Classic Applesauce Spice Bars.
I’m guessing the majority of people I know haven’t ever had the pleasure of being introduced to Beef Rendang – Indonesian Curry, I’m not even sure how it is that I started making Rendang. It seems kind of unlikely that back in the day, basically pre Internet & pre Food Network, this small Midwestern family would fall head over heels with this spicy curry beef dish that’s the national dish (and national treasure) of many countries, not just Indonesia.
I was taken aback when someone in my life said to me, “A sandwich isn’t dinner.” To clarify, she meant dinner as in the evening meal. So never have I given that any thought about that before, I had to stop and wrap my mind around it. I’ve made sandwiches for dinner a kazillion times. And right then and there I decided I wasn’t going to guilt myself at this late stage of my life. Especially when the sandwiches are these Bistro Steak Subs.