I’ve been asked a couple of times for this, so figured it was about time to put it on the website!  I usually make it for 2-4 people, if you are feeding more, please double the recipe. Continue reading Guacamole

Italian Wedding Soup

I got this recipe from a fellow volleyball Mom! Delicious, quick and warm on a cold night. Technically, you don’t need to add anything at all to the meatballs, just roll small balls of meat. I like to add a few little things and you can add whatever you like to your meatballs, get creative, make sure you write it down, because if you like it, you will want to do it again! ENJOY :)! Continue reading Italian Wedding Soup

Baked Macaroni & Cheese

We had a potluck last night and I thought a little mac n cheese would be a way to warm us up while we sit on the docks and socialize.  It was a big hit and the whole dish was gone gone gone… Here’s what I did.   Continue reading Baked Macaroni & Cheese


I have been making Biryani for about 2 years.  I thank my friend Nivi for the basic recipe that I continue to massage into my own little wonderous dish!  Here’s my version, if you like spicy rice and such… this is the dish for you!

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Portuguese Stew – my own little twist

This is something I have never made before.  I had some leftovers in the fridge that needed to be used up.  1 pork tenderloin, some partially cooked bacon pieces and some chopped clams, I took the sausage out of the freezer.  Here it goes…

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Presentation for St Augustine Cruiser’s Net “Cooking on a boat”

Had a blast last night with the St Augustine Cruiser’s Net group, talking about cooking on a boat! I don’t think anyone took pictures, so we are picture-less. I made the Italian Bread (see the recipe below) and added Garlic and Rosemary and I also did a loaf of Cheddar/Jalapeno. Both came out very well and people seemed to enjoy them! Yay! I also shared our Dutch Pig’s in a Blanket recipe, which is a great snack when you are heading offshore. They taste great cold and you can easily add some spices to the meat mix to kick up the flavor, or dip it in some mustard. Any way you look at it, they are a tasty treat!

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Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Pork tenderloin, cut down the center and beaten flat. Then stuff it with bacon or pruiscuitto, spinach and gruyere or mozzerella cheese, with some garlic and onion.

This dish was tender and delicious, so let me share it with you.

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Spicy Chicken with Guacamole

Tonight we are making a spicy chicken breast with an avocado salsa dressing.  It’s a little spicy, and if you don’t like the heat, add a little less cayenne pepper, or a little more, if you like it super hot!

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Eating Healthier – Oatmeal, 4 Bean Salad and Eggplant Lasagna

About 2 weeks ago, we decided to make a change in our diet.  Eat meat only a few meals per week, instead of almost every meal.  We have been buying and cooking our own beans, it is so easy and very healthy because they are fresher and no salt is added.  We have been eating sauteed vegetables, raw vegetables, beans and more beans and a lot of fruit that we never ate enough of.

Even Syd is enjoying all the new flavors.  We are eating  healthier and enjoying it.  As I discover new yummy recipe’s, I will share them with you.

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Taco Dip Recipe

We went to a dock sun downer party last night and I made Taco Dip.  It was a huge success and many people were asking for the recipe, so here it goes.  I will have to post a photo, the next time I make it.  We use Old El Paso taco seasoning and spicy refried beans and we use Tostillo’s salsa and nacho cheese.

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