Hi, Friends! I've been in the house a lot the last few days because it has been raining; however, on Saturday I helped a friend on his food truck, and it was raining and we were tailgating, and even though it was a little slow at first we picked up some great customers! That was a fun, first time experience!
On those days that I was in the house trying to stay dry, I cooked up some regular cooler weather comfort food! I hope you find something you like!
Put the ground turkey, bell peppers and onions in a dutch oven and cook until the turkey is browned; drain the fat off the turkey mixture and put it back into the dutch oven. Add all of the other ingredients, bring to a boil, then turn down to a simmer for two-three hours.
I doubled the recipe and froze half of it for another day. I love easy freezer dinners!
These are some of my favorite things! If I had the money I would blow these pictures up and hang them in my house! These are some more beautiful vegetables that my next door neighbors, Helen and Jay, gave me. I have never seen a purple bell pepper before! Beautiful! Look at those tomatoes and peppers on this breakfast dish!
HONEY GARLIC CROCKPOT CHICKEN BREASTS
BLT Steak NYC Popovers
I can't tell you about these great popovers without telling you that I am a Chef Tyler Florence fan. If you don't know who that is, he is the host of The Great Food Truck Race on the Food Network, and he has other shows, and he is very good looking. On one of the Food Network shows, Best Thing I Ever Ate, Chef Tyler picked these popovers as one of his favorites. The steakhouse in New York that makes them gives out the recipes with the baskets of popovers in their restaurant, so I had to try them, and they're delicious.
The recipe calls for a topping of Gruyere cheese. SOMETIMES, I am a food purist, so I think I will like these better without the cheese. However, these were easy and tasted great, my sister liked them a lot, and I can't wait to make them again for friends! Click on the picture of the popovers for the recipe!
Here's the latest on Sawyer. Here she is a few weeks after her open heart surgery, happy and healthy and smiling and beautiful! She's going through a lot of therapy for a few more weeks so she hasn't been able to socialize. I hope I'll be able to have lots more pictures of her soon! She loves her Aunt Niecey, can't you tell?
Friends, I hope you're enjoying the cooler weather. Let's send up some prayers for our friends in South Carolina who got more than their share of the latest rain.
Stay safe, I hope you enjoyed the blog, and enjoy some easy, comfort food! Until next time!
Dished With Love! Denise
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