One Pot Cooking for Men

It's a mighty tasty stream of consciousness

Year: 2017

Artichoke Nibbles

In 1977 I found myself addicted to artichoke nibbles and gainfully employed at KERA-TV in Dallas, Texas working in the engineering department. I like the engineering aspect of television, the daily routine of keeping a television station on the air, suits my mindset. Zen mind, beginners mind. And I had beginners mind. Every Monday through […]

Panzanella

It’s Panzanella salad time and without a doubt tomatoes are the leading reason folks get up off the couch in America and out into the garden. After you’ve tasted a store bought tomato and then compared it to a home grown tomato, you will become an avid gardener and you will do so because home […]

Orzo with Chicken and Sun Dried Tomatoes

This is my father-in-law’s recipe for orzo with chicken and sun dried tomatoes. It is the perfect light meal for a warm summer night, outdoor concert, potluck or picnic. It tastes good warm, it tastes good cold and is frankly the best room temp pasta dish I’ve ever eaten. I have no clue to the […]

Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas

Historically speaking I love comfort food and today I’m talking green chili chicken enchiladas.  Now, I’m not a particularly mature human being, nor am I all that interested in being one. I like to mind my own business and am generally unaware of surrounding events. I clean up my own yard and have tried all […]

Savory Quinoa, Kale and Parmesan Quiche with Brown Rice Crust

I confess that I prefer savory vegetarian meals to virtually all others and today’s recipe of savory quinoa, kale and parmesan quick with a brown rice crust reflects the savory I crave without the meat.  Unless we’re talking about a meat centric dish, i.e., barbeque, most meat based protein (bacon excepted) serves mostly as a […]

Homemade Peanut Butter

I don’t eat peanut butter because it’s good for me. Nor do I eat peanut butter because one study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that consuming 2 tablespoons of peanut butter at least 5 days a week can lower the risk of developing diabetes by almost 30%. Every single 2-TBS […]