Winter Meals

The perfect meal to accompany watching LOST or Survivor, or just to kick those winter blues! Hawaii Fish:4 Whiting fillets (you can also use ma-hi ma-hi, but I’m a very frugal chef. You won’t taste the fish anyway)1 8-oz package dried shredded coconut1 16-oz can mixed tropical fruit in juice2 tbsp peanut oil Preheat oven […]

How to Make a Quick Banana Icecream Topping

Are you looking for a quick and easy dessert that you can have on the table in under ten minutes? Look no further, try this recipe for an excellent tasting caramelized banana ice cream topping. Ingredients:1 Banana, peeled and sliced into 1/4 inch disksBrown SugarButter Please note that the amounts for each ingredient have not […]

Green Eggs and Ham how to Prepare Make Dr Seuss

The book ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ by Dr. Seuss is one of the most popular children’s books of all time. People find it rather odd about his choice of food and wonder how to make such a weird dish. The Ham The ham is the type of ham families buy for Christmas and other holidays, […]

Tips for Baking Potatoes

This recipe from is the best baked potato I have ever had. Use US # 1 Russets only, Idaho or Oregon are the best. Don’t store below 55F or the starch will turn to sugar. Wash and scrub well. 3M makes a green scrubby that works well. Pat dry. Prick the ends with a […]

The necessary Spices in a well Stocked Kitchen

Here’s a handy guide to the most important herbs and spices to have on hand when you start putting a kitchen together with the intention of cooking. You can always add more over time, but these are the ones that are guaranteed to tickle your taste buds and woo your guests! I’ve included some conversational […]

Chicken Fried Chicken

I have come out with a dish that defines, chicken-fried chicken. My version of chicken-fried chicken simply about taking chicken meat and stuffing it inside a chicken! Hold on, I know it sounds wacky but trust me, you will be in for a treat. I assure you on that. Although this dish takes a bit […]