Recipes

James on December 6th, 2014

Egg Muffins pre-heated oven to 400 Looking for ideas to utilize some eggs and decided to try this recipe.  Nothing measured so lets be adventurous.  First thing I did was fry up a little bacon, next I chopped  up a few vegetables, a bit of onion, bell pepper, and green onion.  Then grated a little […]

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James on November 29th, 2014

With all the eggs the chickens have been providing I have been doing quite a bit of baking.  While trying to recreate one of my favorite cookies my mom use to bake for Derek, Steven, and I, a yummy treat has been created. The JamesandJanka Cookie Ingredients ¾ Cups butter 1 Cup brown sugar ½ […]

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James on May 23rd, 2014

Ingredients 1/2 large yellow onion     1/2 lb Spicy Italian pork sausage       1/2 lb ground beef   2 cups Mexican three cheese blend 2 cups Mozzarella cheese 1 table spoon minced garlic         Spinach eh about 2 cups        2 bottles Classic Tomato and Basil  pasta sauce   Step 1. Make a Johnny Walker Black with Coke and sip […]

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James on October 30th, 2013

I am realizing how much I miss my family. I know that is a pretty deep way to begin a cupcake recipe but I have been known to occasionally bend rules. Being with Janka and watching how she remains engaged with her family forces me to deal with some choices that I unknowingly made. One […]

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Ever feel like saying “Woman baby don’t come in here now reminding me it’s my turn to cook!  Don’t you see I have a beer and Clamoto?” What can you really do, it is your turn to cook…. And now, seeing as how your plans for the evening have been disturbed,  You want it to […]

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Janka on March 29th, 2011

The Perfect Mexican Nachos My background is Eastern European and James was brought up in Norfolk Virginia, but it doesn’t mean we can’t make the perfect Mexican Nachos. Invented by Ignacio ‘Nacho’ Anaya, in Mexico in the 1940’s, Nachos originally consisted of tortilla chips, melted cheese and jalapeno peppers. We enjoy this delicious meal quite […]

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Janka on February 27th, 2011

You don’t need a special occasion to open a bottle of bubbly. On a Saturday morning, take out the champagne glasses; pour in some Mimosa and toast to celebrate your relationship over breakfast or brunch. Yesterday morning, my wonderful husband brought me a bouquet of beautiful red roses and made breakfast – omelette with peppers […]

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Janka on February 20th, 2011

A couple of years ago, a good friend of mine, Jana showed me how to make sushi, as we prepared food for the guests at my birthday party. Since then, every time I make sushi at home, I think of Jana and miss her. (She moved to Slovakia shortly after that birthday party). When I […]

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Wyatt on July 5th, 2010

Point Loma Sea Food Fish and Chips anyone? Imagine a fresh, very authentic fish sandwich – flawless piece of juicy white fish fried into golden perfection between two slices of the softest sourdough bread (I know…I know, we normally do eat brown bread but this is a special occasion), the enticing smell of delicious onion […]

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Wyatt on July 4th, 2010

Caribbean Taste Ok this is the first time I am including a restaurant and all I can say is I really want to tell you about this place. I learned of it when a student used them to cater a portion of my college’s “Festival of Nations”. All I can say was the jerk chicken […]

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