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May 22, 2016

Grilled Flank Steak with Chimichurri Sauce #SundaySupper

Tender and flavorful flank steak that's grilled to perfection, then topped with an easy and flavorful chimichurri sauce made from fresh herbs. It's a melt-in-your-mouth steak you wont soon forget.

BBQ season is almost upon us here in southern Indiana, or it already is if you live in the southern states! That warm weather means the #SundaySupper tastemakers are pulling out their grills to "Throw Something on the Barbie" this week. We're bringing our best BBQ dishes to the table, that are perfect to serve family and friends at a summer party. A big thank you goes out to our amazing host, Sue Lau from A Palatable Pastime, who made this event happen!

Originally I was going to prepare a skirt steak. But after searching high and low for two weeks, and not being able to find one, I chose a flank steak instead. Is there a skirt steak shortage going on that I don't know about? Seriously, I drove over 30 miles one way to a larger city, and looked in numerous stores, and still nothing. Skirt and flank steak are similar cuts of meat though, and can be used interchangeably in a recipe.

May 20, 2016

Curried Fish Tacos #FishFridayFoodies

Fish Tacos that are easy to make, and uniquely seasoned with curry. You'll be surprised how flavorful they are. They're the perfect weeknight meal.

Many people associate fish tacos with being a Spanish dish seasoned with cumin and other spicy flavors. But surprisingly they're extra tasty when you use curry instead. Curry is an amazing spice that can pretty much stand on it's own, and doesn't need a lot of help to make a dish sing. The only other spices I used in this recipe were a touch of garlic powder, salt and pepper. But the curry is the star of the show. I even made a curry sauce to drizzle over the tacos, and love the slightly sweet creaminess it added.

May 15, 2016

Churro Bites with Chocolate Sauce #SundaySupper

If you haven't had the pleasure of enjoying a churro, I highly recommend that you do. This Spanish pastry is super easy to make, and only takes a few simple ingredients. Many recipes for churros call for eggs, but did you know that traditional churros that are sold at carnivals and from street carts, doesn't use eggs? Nope, they're made from a simple dough that contains flour, sugar, water, oil, and salt. That's it! Finish them off with a dusting of cinnamon sugar, and you are good to go. For an extra special treat, serve with chocolate sauce, your family will thank you.

May 2, 2016

Monthly Menu {May}

Sorry for not sharing my menu for the last couple of months. In between being sick with a cold, and my husband and I cleaning up our property, prepping the garden, and finishing one of three flower and herb gardens we have planned, time has been in short supply. There isn't any menu listed for the 10th thru the 17th, as my husband and I are traveling to Florida for a conference I'm attending. You can read about it HERE.