My husband works much too hard. I know every wife says that, but with him it’s true. I can’t get him to take a minute off to eat and most days he doesn’t eat until dinner which can be as late as 8:30 pm. I’ve been trying to force him to stop and eat, but that’s never going to happen, so I’m making tempting foods he can eat while he works, and that means a sandwich or other foods he can eat by hand.
Sometimes it’s good to step out of the norm and try something different and that includes the foods you eat. It’s too easy to fall into a rut of eating the same food, but nutritionally, our bodies benefit from variety. Plus our brains love to be stimulated so participating in culinary exploration can be about more than just trying new flavors. It’s a chance to learn more about the world and how other people live.
Grilled Corn with Sour Cream and Cotija Cheese made with Darigold butter and sour cream – easy to make and delicious with hints of lime and cayenne pepper.
Growing up, my grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins would all go to the Pocono Mountains for a week in August every year. We would all stay at a little dive motel, one family to a room. Our days were filled with swimming at the lake, playing in the sand and tons of card games. It became a tradition to go blueberry picking each year and that is when my love of blueberries began. I remember eating them right off the bush and the way...
It’s nearing the end of our blueberry season. We’re always excited to see the berries ripen early in July but sad to see them go. Even eating bushels of them every summer we never grow tired of them. This year while we had an excellent crop on our six bushes.
I love when Foster Farms® reaches out to ask me to create a recipe with one of their chicken products. I like the challenge of trying to create something my husband will enjoy and it’s easy with their fabulous products.