Here I am back again with a boatload of recipes for you! School is in full swing and everyday I am bombarded by the question when are we cooking? I hate it that we can’t cook everyday, but there are Standards to be covered and all that other stuff the state requires. I am excited about this year’s angels that have been given to me to broaden their knowledge about my love of cooking. I have a plan to teach them 30 dishes that everyone should know when they leave home and endeavor life on their own. I am excited especially when I hear a student talking to a friend and saying to them that I am a cool teacher. It really makes my day because there are times that I have some self doubt. You know every once in a while you just want to know if they really care about what you are doing. I had a lot of fun doing this recipe from Pillsbury. There are so many students that want to help me in the kitchen! For this first demonstration of the year I had some great volunteers. Surprisingly none of the four had any cooking experience, but they did great! I am looking forward to another fabulous year with rewarding cooking experiences to share along the way.
I love this dish! Oh My! It has a lot of flavor. It is very quick to make! What else do you want? Someone to make it for you? This recipe is a cinch . You will be in and out of the kitchen in no time. The compliments will come flying your way and you will be wondering what happened. It is just so easy to make this dish and it is amazing that it just has flavors that you would not imagine. I was totally shocked.
Where have I been? For the last two weeks I have really been busy. I took a trip to south Georgia with a good friend of mine and I came back with three and a half bushels of peas. That was a job! Then I took a beach trip with my two younger sisters. We had a great time and I did not want to leave the sand, water, sun and the peace. It was so relaxing! Now with just two weeks left and I will be a working girl again. But I am not blogging about the end of the summer yet. I’ve got two weeks!!
I love summer for so many reasons. Free time, no stress, tomatoes, okra, blueberries, peas, basil, watermelon, squash and the list goes on. There’s nothing better on a hot summer day than a cold piece of sweet watermelon. As a child I spent many hours in the backyard eating watermelon with juice running down my chin and spitting black seeds as far as I could. Then running through the sprinkler to get off all the stickiness or squirting each other with the hose. What fun! But now I am all grown up. Really.