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I blog to give you readers ideas on food preparation. Not necessarily making the exact same food I do, but to give you direction, a way to create your own.
I am not here to be surrounded by the spotlight.
(Okay, maybe just a little)
I like to add humor to my posts so they are not all serious and stuff.
(I think it's funny.....sometimes)
When I blog and share my everyday foods, I am actually inviting you into my kitchen. I am making this personal. My relationship with each and every one of you will remain comfortable.
There is nothing better than a comfortable blogger/reader relationship.
So, come on in, pull up a chair, and make yourself at home.
Welcome! This is my kitchen, and this is how I cook.
I bought this at Trader Joe's when I was visiting in Arizona last summer. The closest Trader Joe's for me is 4 hours away (Darn!!).
I really wished I lived somewhere where a Trader Joe's was right out my back door.
Today I am making porkettes in tomato sauce. The porkettes are made just like the chopped beef patties. But instead of beef, they are pork. And you knew that, right?
I had on hand a can of Progresso Tomato/Basil soup. After the porkettes are browned I pour the tomato soup over them, cover, and simmer on 250 degrees for 25 - 30 minutes (stirring occasionally).
No recipe required here. Pretty easy.
This is the way I cook....
"So the people asked him, saying, "What shall we do then?"
He answered and said to them, "He who has two tunics, let him give to him who has none; and he who has food, let him do likewise.""