When Matt and I were still living together, one of his/my favorite things to do was take the leftovers and create some sort of fried rice dinner. He’s made the majority of the ethnic cuisines shared here on Nevermore Lane. This one is no exception. It’s no big secret that he and I parted ways recently causing a shift in my life and changes in my living situation. As a result, my blog schedule fell to the wayside. Now that the YUMeating website has been merged and forwarded, I getting back on track with my blog schedule. [Read more…]
We all know how important that first meal of the day is.
What’s your favorite breakfast food?
I used to be a pancakes anytime-of-day girl. Over the years these little tasty-like-dessert gems have caused me more harm than good. These days, I eat better-for-me style or sometimes lower carb almond pancakes. But nothing tastes as good as my creamy dreamy eggs. Eggs. I want them. Every day. [Read more…]
Darnia Allen had this to say in her book “Irish Traditional Cooking” (pg.119) about Bacon and Cabbage:
“Without question Ireland’s national dish–less widely known abroad but much more widely eaten, particularly in rural Ireland, then the legendary Irish Stew.”
I can see it on your face. No, really. I know just what you are thinking. “That’s not bacon, Chrystal. That’s Canadian bacon.”
And in her book Darnia also calls her recipe Bacon & Cabbage so I left it.