Grilling

Italian Marinated Grilled Chicken Thighs

It seems like most of my posts the last couple of months have required a lot of research to bring you accurate information and I’ve had a lot of other things going on in my life as well. It is a saving grace for me to be able to re-blog some of my favorite posts from other bloggers to fill the gap while I get caught up. These are wonderful posts which I am sure you will like as much as I did!

Rosemarie is one of my favorite food bloggers for simple yet elegant food. You won’t be disappointed! Be sure to poke around her site for tons of ideas, all perfectly organized under Categories.

Rosemarie's Kitchen

Here is yet another awesome recipe plucked from a prior post,  Entertaining with Italian Flair for your consideration. Now that Memorial Day is behind us and the grilling season is “officially” here, it seems a good recipe to share. After all, nothing says summer than food from your grill.

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Kitchen Tips & Ideas

Shelf Life of Opened Condiments

While cleaning out my fridge recently and dealing with the jumble of condiment bottles and jars on my refrigerator door, I realized I didn't know how long bottles and jars lasted once opened. Several were two or three months old. The point when I usually start throwing stuff out. Needing a break from the cleaning… Continue reading Shelf Life of Opened Condiments

Meal-Prep · Freezer cooking · Sandwiches & Such

Homemade Runza Recipe

A runza is the signature sandwich of Runza, a fast food restaurant mainly in Nebraska with a few additional franchises in Iowa, Kansas and Colorado. This simple sandwich has German-Russian roots, brought to America by German-Russian immigrants. It was a pretty big deal when it came to our city. I've since learned that it's also known… Continue reading Homemade Runza Recipe