Bar-B-Que Sauce

The perfect condiment, sweet, tangy, and kicks ketchup to the curb for a Uber pickup. Sweet and tangy, great for a BBQ, dipping your sweet potato fries or just to mix into your beans. 1 Can Tomato Sauce (15 oz) 1 ½ Cup Dark brown sugar ¼ Cup Water ½ Cup Apple Cider Vinegar 1 Tablespoon Worchestire Sauce 1 Tablespoon […]

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Braised Chicken – Divinely Dippin good

Looking for something different for a weekday dinner? I love braised chicken, now, do not come for me and tell me that braising boneless chicken thighs or boneless, skinless chicken breasts is too light of meat, and you should only use a heavy stockier tough meat, news flash…it is your tastebuds. I say do whatever tastes great to you. Now […]

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Veggies in a Bacon Blanket

Veggies! An important but not always mind-blowing flavorful portion of every well-rounded meal. In an attempt to combat this problem my mom would wrap our veggies in bacon. This tended to peak the interest of my not so easily impressed childhood pallet. However, even with this trick, my mom would struggle to convince me to eat the spooky-looking greens on […]

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Blissful Barbecue Bonanza

Looking for a quick and easy way to spice up your barbecue? Try adding Blissful Babe Seasoning to your steak, chicken, tofu, or other protein of choice. To prepare your protein, drizzle it with olive oil and gently massage the dry spice mix into every exposed surface. For a medium-rare steak, remove it from the barbecue when its internal temperature […]

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Ranch dressing is not just for your salad anymore.

You have friends coming over on short notice! Ack!! What are you to do? A BBQ, of course, quick, easy, and a great way to gather your friends in with the action. Ranch dressing for the flavor win, brush some olive oil on your favorite protein (chicken, steaks, hamburgers, pork, fish, lamb, duck, or tofu) to BBQ, sprinkle Cowgirl seasonings […]

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The Seedy Side of Mustard

Let’s get all hot and bothered together. Join me on a joyous journey through some seedy facts and grainy history about mustard. My adventure into the dynamic and varied mustard universe began quite recently. While planning a recipe that required spicy brown mustard, I realized I only had Dijon in the frig. So of course I went to my food […]

Quiche or what to do with leftovers

You know that feeling, you are looking in your refrigerator, looking, just looking, and all you see is leftover meat, leftover vegetables, just staring back at you, well make something out of them! 6 Eggs 1/3 Cup shredded Gouda 1/2 Cup meat – Diced (Could be sausage, hamburger, chicken whatever leftover you have on hand or you can leave out […]

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Cheese and Basil Polenta with Chunky Marinara Sauce. Wonderful on a summer night, delightful on a cold winter night

Marinara Sauce – let’s get the family gathering started! Cheese and Basil Polenta 1 ½ Cups shredded Monterey jack cheese ⅓ Cup grated Romero or Parmesan Cheese 2 Tablespoon chopped fresh basil or 2 teaspoons Bff Kitchen Dried Basil rubbed between your hands  1 Cup cornmeal or polenta  2 ¾ Water for boiling 1 Cup ice cold water ½ teaspoon […]

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