Breakfast Sopas

A grocery store coupon for sopas led us to a fun and easy breakfast. Sopas are made of corn masa, shaped into shallow little “dishes” of sorts that you can fill with whatever you want. We came up with this for breakfast. Breakfast Sopas Ingredients: 4 Sopas 1 Cup green chili (with or without pork) … More Breakfast Sopas

Souvlaki and Rice

Every time I go to the grocery store, I check the mark-down meat bin. Whenever there is cubed pork on sale, I buy it because I can make either Pork Green Chili (I’ll have that recipe for you soon) or Pork Souvlaki. That’s the beauty of pork – it’s flavorful but also basic enough that it … More Souvlaki and Rice

Fast Fruit Cobbler

Summertime is fruit time! While I love eating fresh fruit and serving it as close to its natural state as possible, it’s also fun to use fruit in baking. My hubbie is a cobbler fanatic so whenever I have stone fruit and/or berries that have seen slightly better days, I bake up a cobbler!  I’ve … More Fast Fruit Cobbler

Saucy Chicken

While I’d love to make whole, roasted chicken often (I love the way the house smells as it’s baking), I usually don’t have time. Instead, I cheat a little (okay, a lot) by using skinned, boneless chicken thighs that are frozen. I always keep a bag of them in my freezer to have flavorful, lean, tender … More Saucy Chicken