1 16 oz pkg large white lima beans
1 medium onion, quartered or whole
1 or 2 smoked turkey wings
2 or 3 tablespoons of olive oil or butter
salt to taste
Rinse beans, place in dutch oven/similar size pot that is about 1/2 full of water…peel onion, place in pot…you can cut it up if desired, I leave it whole and it just gives the oniony flavor…salt, and pepper….
Place turkey wings on top. Let come to boil on medium heat, lower to barely simmering, cover, let cook for 1-2 hours….taste to see when beans are tender and ready…and the “gravy” has thickened a bit.
Serve beans over rice with cornbread on the side, and sweet iced tea.
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Saturday, September 10, 2016
"It is more important to live the life one wishes to live, and to go down with it if necessary, quite contentedly, than to live more profitably but less happily. " Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
Thursday, April 10, 2014
I didn't know my new computer didn't have a slot for my camera card!! So I've been trying to figure out how to use Pinterest, Polyvore (the best, if you can find the pics you need) and other places on the web for finding pics, and posting them. There use to be a button you could download to your toolbar to "Blog this"...so you could blog a picture and article, or whatever from any webpage to blogger....Anybody know more about this?? :(
Wednesday, April 09, 2014
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Oh the wonders of link hopping...
While looking for a recipe for blueberries, I found this gorgeous website, above! I ♥ it!
That tart looked gorgeous, as well. Following the link for the recipe, Aww, disappointed... I was out of yogurt. Which sent me looking for a substitute...
OK, kick in early morning thinking, with the brain on very little coffee helping it along...Risotta!!! So I searched......But all the pictures I found were not very appealing.
So, I came up with the idea of a custard tart...Bingo! Well, almost...It was a pie, but it definitely looked like what I was looking for!
Yet another gem of a website!!! It looked exactly as I had envisioned...While I have a tried and true custard recipe, I wanted one that was a bit firmer for the tart/pie---and this looked like a winner! But...no recipe, only another link to the original.
Look what else I found!!!
And this: Tuscan Squash Pie
And curiosity got the best of me, when I kept seeing "CSA" on this website....Hmmm! Soooo, I searched and found THIS.
Wow, now I'm really rolling....I had been searching for something about starting something like a Farmer's "Co-op" for a long time! No, not a new idea...It's one that's been around forever. But what use to be a simple way/place to buy or trade eggs, fruits, vegetables, etc. has become a modern day craft-artisan set-up. And usually big $$$...I wanted something simple, affordable, old-timey...and this looks like it could be that. May be another one of my dead-end dreams...I'm only one person!!! And it looks like it might take a lot of hands-on help to do something like this, not to mention a little moolah, and some elbow grease! But I'm going to keep investigating and see what I can come up with!
See what treasures you can find, link hopping!!! Love it! ♥
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Ina Garten is one of my favorite cooks on Food Network, and she has a fab looking CBLT on one of her videos --- chicken, bacon, lettuce and tomato...and my combination is very similar!! Chicken salad (with bacon bits), lettuce, and tomato on toast. And a twist---guacamole instead of mayo! I'm addicted! Yum
Check out her video!
But, think about mine! LOL I think it tastes much better! Ha!
Wednesday, June 06, 2012
Vegetables from my garden!
Zucchini, tomatoes, green beans, english peas, onions, basil, salt and pepper, and a little oil. Cover, and let simmer til desired tenderness. I can't make up my mind what to serve it over---rice or pasta??? Hmm