When I first began this blogging adventure a year or so ago, I wanted to add a Sunday Recipe spot to share...I will do my best this year...
This Sunday I had some diet restrictions that I have taken on to try to help some of the heel pain I am experiencing. That translated to a crock pot of:
Assorted dried beans,(trader's 17 bean mix),water to cover
Apple smoked bacon pieces
Spicy Andullie(sp) sausage
A can of chopped tomatoes
Dumped (in the roughest sense) in the pot with
Oregano,bay leaves, tumeric,red pepper,himalayan salt,Lawry's Seasoning Salt,and cumin.
That is what I recall anyway.
It's easy to dump things together and hope for the best when you have good basics at hand.
Think "umame"...The newest of several flavors I have included in this recipe. Oh yes, even a very bit of honey, since I am trying not to use too much processed foods. The sausage to buy is at Traders', with no nitrates or nitrites,preservatives,or additives, so I dont feel so bad adding the bacon and throwing it out after the beans are cooked. Lots of water will definately help to compensate for that. Should you give it a go...enjoy it! And have a great Sunday.
As I served this up,I found it was so very spicy for me, so I made a mix of yogurt,honey,and basil, and some chopped onion, scooped on top, with a pinch of three cheese mix. Wow! My concoction had a great taste, hubby went nuts, eating two bowls. Served with corn tortillas was a real hit.
Merry Christmas to me! What a big surprise to have a new camera that is so much fun. Thank you family! I am loving taking pictures, and learning something new. Finding out that there is so much to photography is giving me an understanding and appreciation for those that actually know what they are doing. I am just starting out and realize i know nothing. There is so much to know, and learn it would take me a lifetime to digest it all. So i am out learning, hoping i can shoot a few good pictures to share on my blog.The sunsets have been nothing short of spectacular. Looking forward to taking some landscapes since there are so many trees and specimans in Orange County. Stay tuned, who knows where this may lead me.