Southern Breakfast in The House

This weekend I decided to surprise my kids and husband for a delicious breakfast before going to church. Eating breakfast every day is a must at our house. Because not only does it helps you start your day but it also great for you. My husband loves having a big breakfast on the weekend, and so our kids. So I bought some sausage, eggs, and some ingredients I need to make my homemade drop biscuits.

Of course, we cannot forget serving some coffee. For some reason, if I cannot drink coffee in the morning, my day feels like it’s dragging. I limit myself about 3 cups a day of coffee. But still that’s a lot, I am slowly trimming it down to 1½ a cup a day. So far I am doing good in some days.

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Pineapple Chicken with Coconut Milk

This Pineapple Chicken with Coconut Milk is a recipe I saw from a friend of mine. I’ve never tried combining pineapple and coconut in a dish like chicken. However, I didn’t regret doing it so, because of how delicious it came out.

My husband and daughter love this dish, a matter of fact we all enjoyed it. It took me about 30 – 45 minutes total to finish cooking this dish. As you can see in my video, none of the vegetables is overcooked. The chicken was marinating on the pineapple juice while I was prepping all the veggies.

The reason I marinated the chicken with the pineapple juice, is to give it more flavor. You can pair this dish with rice or eat it by itself. So let’s get this recipe started, shall we? Read more

Anna’s Chicken Curry Recipe

Today I am sharing you my version of chicken curry.  I named it Anna’s Chicken Curry Recipe because this curry is something that I really love.  It’s not spicy at all, the flavoring is a great combination.   Since it has been awhile since I made curry my husband was pretty happy to finally have chicken curry for dinner.  When making chicken curry it’s up to you if you want it very spicy, medium heat, or mild.  The one I made it was not spicy at all that way our daughter will be able to eat the chicken curry. Read more

Homemade Biscuits

I am sharing you this homemade biscuit that I found online. This recipe is so easy to follow and doesn’t take a long time to bake at all. It’s my first time to make homemade drop biscuits. I must say I was very impressed, even my husband and the kids are very impressed.

This recipe calls for 2¼ cups of self-rising flour, 4 oz of salted butter and 1 cup of milk or buttermilk. Since I don’t have any salted butter, I just used whatever butter I have available. I mixed the self-rising flour and butter in one big bowl, mixed them well until the self-rising flour and butter are well combined. Read more

I Am Back

I am sure some of you are wondering why you haven’t seen any updates on my blog. It’s been a rodeo on my end, a lot has been changed and so on. But I must say I am glad to be back running again. I sure do miss blogging so much, even though I have not been active on my blog. There so many foods I have been cooking and taste.

Just a few months ago we lost my father-in-law, and it took a big hit in our family. A lot has been going on but we manage to survive and keep our head straight. My husband and I worked together now maintaining our sawmill and photography.

Anyway, I will be posting new recipes here soon and sharing our other adventures. Especially finding the new food that we both like and places that we gonna be visiting.

Teriyaki Shrimp Stir Fry

Teriyaki Shrimp Stir Fry is the recipe that I am gonna be sharing with you today.  Thanks to One Love One Kitchen for guesting here again on my blog.  Teriyaki is something that my husband and kids love to eat.  I am not a big fan when it comes to teriyaki however, I eat teriyaki but not all the time. Teriyaki shrimp is really delicious, if you don’t like seafood, you can make teriyaki chicken, beef or even pork.

What I like about teriyaki is you can load it with a lot of vegetables.  Some chef only adds certain vegetables that they prefer or like.  But when I do cook teriyaki chicken or shrimp I always add different vegetables that way the flavor will be much better.  This teriyaki shrimp stir-fry would be perfect to pair with some brown rice or even quinoa.   Read more

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