I love watermelon but don’t be a lazy ass and put out slices with the rind on- way too sloppy to eat. I love this unique watermelon salad. I use fresh mint from my herb garden. I know what you are thinking… Martha who- am I right?
Cube up some watermelon
Add feta cheese and mint
Toss in a little olive oil with salt and pepper
(as with all of my recipes – who knows how much of each????)
Top a small cracker with peanut butter
(and not that horrific natural crap with the layer of goop in the top- for the 2 extra calories indulge yourself miss natural)
Sprinkle pecan bits on top
Drizzle with honey
So dang good and all you need to satisfy your sweet tooth
I caught this tuna on a fishing trip in Mexico. Our guide was also a CHEF – now that’s convenient. He made us fresh tuna ceviche right on the boat.
Here’s the recipe:
Cube up fresh raw tuna and marinade in soy sauce and salt while you finely chop the following veggies:
Mix in with tuna and top with a lot of fresh lime juice
(he said that the little limes are the best!)
I made this last night and it’s a good one. You need one of those dangerous tools called a mandolin to slice everything thin (like the tip of my finger last time) Or just be safe – use a knife.
SPINACH and FENNEL SALAD
Thinly sliced fennel
Thinly sliced red onion
Thinly sliced celery
Thinly sliced frisee lettuce
Put it all together in a big tupperware and let sit for a few hours
Dress with olive oil, lots of salt and pepper and champagne wine vinegar
Shake in tupperware and serve
Welcome to my new page “LS Eats”. I’m going to share my favorite “recipes” with you. My style of cooking (and I guess my style in general) can be defined as SUZY SHORTCUT. My favorite recipes starts with “combine ALL ingredients” which means there will not be multiple bowls or devices used. I like to buy things already made and then just make it better or make it my own (by removing it from the tinfoil and putting it my nice baking dish)
So, everyone loves my meat balls they are called… “you can take the girl out of the trailer but you can’t take the trailer out of the girl meatballs”. People think that I actually MADE the meatballs. Oh my god, I would have no idea how to do that. I leave that kind of labor up to the experts. I just buy frozen meatballs and then make them better.
Here’s what you do:
Combine all of these things in a crockpot- you’ll figure out the amount its not crucial
-Jar of gravy
-Can of beefy mushroom soup
-Like a cup or so of sour cream
Stir, cook, serve
Best Balls Ever!