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Description:A Feast for the Eyes A Feast for the Eyes A Food Blog that shares tried & true recipes, and my passion for cooking and baking with a garnish of beginning gardening and some travel. Pages Home About Me


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A Feast for the Eyes A Feast for the Eyes A Food Blog that shares tried & true recipes, and my passion for cooking and baking with a garnish of beginning gardening and some travel. Pages Home About Me Recipes by Category Recipes Alphabetical My Store Sunday, July 10, 2016 Jamaican-Style Jerk Chicken and Citrus Mashed Plantains Summertime is when my cast-iron Dutch Oven is lovingly tucked away into my kitchen cupboard, until the summer temps start to drop. That's when our Weber grill has it's winter cover removed, is given a gentle wash up and is made ready to prepare grilled recipes. Heaven! We own a gas grill, and it has its own merits. It's perfect for when you want to grill a quick burger or chicken kebabs. However, when it comes to flavor-- to us, nothing beats the flavor of charcoal and/or wood chips. Wait. I take that back--just a little. The very best barbecue, in our opinion, is with a fire pit and real wood. But, that's for the reaaaaaaaaaaally serious pit-masters. So, we have been working on learning ways to work with charcoal and wood chips to make our faves--like brisket, and baby back ribs, to name a few. I've never had Jerk Chicken, and I have been missing out! Jerk Spice originates from Jamaica. Meat is marinaded with a blend of spices-- always including allspice, and habanero or Scotch bonnet peppers. I like a leeeetle bit of spice and heat to my food, but I'm pretty wimpy when it comes to turning up the scoville range of peppers. So, with this recipe, I used jalape?o peppers. There are plenty of other goodies that I tossed into the blender-- cinnamon, cumin, soy sauce, lime juice, garlic, ginger.... maybe not exactly a 100% authentic version you'd find on Jamaica-- but it is absolutely delicious! My Vitamix whirred all the ingredients into a thick, brownish marinade. I bought three organic chickens and asked my butcher to quarter them-- which he gladly did. After placing the chicken into a large gallon-sized zip-loc bag, I poured the marinade over it and gently mixed it all up-- then placed it in the refrigerator overnight. I let the chicken come to room temperature (about 30 minutes) before starting to grill. Read more ? Posted by Debby Foodiewife 3 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Friday, July 8, 2016 Raspberry Buttermilk Cake Well, hello! Are you surprised to see that I'm still blogging? I know, I know, I've been very silent for the last-- let's see-- six weeks! Yikes! That's a record for me! I'm halfway through my five-week summer break, and I am making the best of it-- and I am loving it! We'll be traveling to Bavaria, Austria and Switzerland in October. So, this summer, we're working on giving out master bedroom a facelift. My husband still works, but I'm spending my free time doing some much needed deep cleaning and de-cluttering. It's almost finished, but it's been very time-consuming. Also, I haven't been working on savory recipes as much. Instead, I've been using Blue Apron to ship ingredients and recipes to make sure that Craig and I are eating healthy and delicious meals. I'll talk more about Blue Apron, at a later time. I will say that having three meals, a week, that are quick, flavorful and easy to make has been a blessing. For the last few years, the Salinas Valley has been dedicating a lot more acreage to growing these beautiful Driscoll berries. There was an irresistible sale, so I snatched two pints with all kinds of ideas on how to make them. At first, I thought I'd bake and update new photos for this Raspberry Lemon Shortbread Tart. But, then, I remembered that it has been a while since I've baked this super easy Raspberry Buttermilk Cake-- only I used our home grown Olallieberries. I don't know why, but that particular blog post has disappeared! Strange! This cake is so simple to make, that I decided it was time to create a new post and share it with all of you. Read more ? Posted by Debby Foodiewife 7 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Sunday, May 22, 2016 Pineapple Upside Down Bundt Cake My husband was just saying that the official first day of summer is just a month away. Boy, howdy, I am so looking forward to it! I'm counting the days, and so looking forward to having my beloved summer break. I'll have five weeks to enjoy my "practice retirement" without an alarm clock. Essentially, I can do anything I want, and that's exactly what I hope to do. I have so many recipes to make, and dozens more that I've photographed and simply not had time to edit and upload to share on my blog. My blog... oh, how I miss not having the time to give it the overdue attention that it deserves. I hope that many of my internet friends, subscribers and followers haven't entirely given up on me! I am still very passionate about cooking and baking. My husband says he rarely gets the same thing twice, and he so appreciates all the different recipes I continue to make. My son has moved back from Texas (insert happy mom face, here) -- and while he doesn't live with us any longer, he still comes to visit and eat mom's home cooking. My heart is full, and they are the main reason that I am always trying out new recipes. It's my love language, for sure. It's no secret that I have a wicked sweet tooth, as does my husband and son. My husband is a pie lover. Me? Cake. Definitely cake. One of my very favorite classic cakes is a homemade Pineapple Upside Down Cake. I don't make it very often, but when I do-- I love the way the pineapple slices become caramelized from the brown sugar and butter mixture. Maraschino cherries are another guilty pleasure. They're just a pretty color, and have a slight flavor of almond (another one of my favorite flavors.) Red Dye 40 doesn't scare me, because I don't eat these every single day. Besides, let's face it-- cake isn't a health food. It's just a sugary dessert that makes my taste buds very happy. Read more ? Posted by Debby Foodiewife 8 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Saturday, April 23, 2016 Blueberry and Cream Cheese Galette I love the challenge of trying to figure out a way repurpose leftover ingredients. It's an added bonus when that recipe, leads to creating another recipe that turns out to be even better than you had hoped. That's exactly how this dessert recipe came to be. I had a container of fresh ricotta and I didn't want it to go to waste. So, I made a batch of Meyer-Lemon Ricotta pancakes for Sunday breakfast. Instead of making Lemon Curd I decided to make fresh blueberry sauce. We love pancakes and candied bacon for breakfast. I had enough leftover blueberry sauce to fill a pint-size canning jar. I tucked it into the refrigerator, figuring it would be fine for next weeks pancakes or waffles. We were having guests for dinner, and I always like to bake a dessert to serve. I thought of the blueberry sauce... how could I use this? Could I make a pressure cooker cheesecake, and top it with this sauce Oooh, that would be good! Then, it hit me. Why not combine the pie idea with the cheesecake? Yes! That's exactly what I'll do! Galettes are one of my favorite sweet or savory baked recipes to make. They're rustic pies, and you don't have to worry about making a fancy looking pie crust (though I do find that fun to do) So, I made an all-butter pie crust, layered a sweetened cream cheese mixture... ...then I covered the cream cheese filling with that luscious blueberry sauce. Read more ? Posted by Debby Foodiewife 5 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Older Posts Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) Welcome! Welcome to my internet kitchen. Please, sit back and relax, and watch me make delicious food and bakery recipes. Most of my recipes are simple, flavorful meals-- and a few baked treats. I focus on using fresh, seasonal ingredients and I try to avoid using boxed mixes and processed foods. I'm having fun learning how to cook like my grandmother once did-- from scratch! I hope that my step-by-step photos will inspire a timid cook to try them. Even if you're a seasoned cook, hopefully you'll learn a new tip or two. If you have any questions,or just want to say "hello", please feel free to email me: Join Me On Facebook My Cookbook Collection My Beloved Pressure Cooker Please respect my photo's copyrights! Please be courteous. Don't steal my content! Unfortunately, I am finding that my photos are being copied and used on other blogs. This makes my otherwise cheerful personality, very unhappy. If you'd like to use one of my photographs, all you have to do is email me at Please, do not use my photographs to represent a recipe that isn't mine, and without linking it back to me. Failure to use my work without my permission is copyright infringement. Thank you! Looking for a specific recipe? Start here: Loading... Subscribe via Email Enter your email address: Please start your Amazon shopping here. I receive a small commission, at no extra cost to you! Widgets Popular Posts, This Week My Post-Surgery Return to the Kitchen-- To Celebrate, a Digital Recipe Reader Giveaway! Cinnamon Toast the Pioneer Woman Way Key Ingredient Recipe Reader - Your Digital Recipe Box Authentic German Potato Salad (Bavarian Kartoffel Salat), from My "Mutti" Blue Plate Special-- The very best meatloaf recipe. I promise! National Can-It-Forward Day with Ball and a Giveaway! Perfect Pumpkin Pie with a Secret Ingredient Slow Roasted Beef (Cook's Illustrated) My Two Year Anniversary - Thank you! 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