Today is National Montana Day. There is much to be said about Montana. Big Sky Country. The 41st state to join the Union, Montana offers explorers both a rich history and exciting adventures. From the beauty of Glacier National Park, Yellowstone and the Little Big Horn, there is much to see and do.Continue reading “What the Heck is a Montana Catholic Burger?”
Today is May Day. On May 1, 1886, in Chicago and other cities, a major union demonstration took place in support of the eight-hour workday. The Chicago protests lasted several days. On May 4, the strike at the McCormick Reaper Plant in the city turned violent.Continue reading “Kentucky Hot Browns”
Once upon a time, a common enemy would unite people. World War II is a great example of a common enemy – Germany united Russia and America to fight on the same side. This common bond was never better demonstrated to the press than the reenactment of East Meets West on the banks of the Elbe River.Continue reading “East Meets West on the Banks of the Elbe”
If you guessed National Fast Food Day, then you’d be right. Today is the day we celebrate all the flavors and convenience of Fast Food Dining. You can use the drive-thru to get your fix or get out of your PJs and dine-in.Continue reading “Can You Guess What Day It Is?”
I know what you must be thinking – another Burger Recipe? Really? Hey, it’s not my fault that Double Cheeseburger Day and Cheeseburger Day happen to be days apart. And as for the Guacamole thing, that was just a good excuse for another burger.Continue reading “Gotta Go Big or Go Home”
Did you know that Avocados, the key ingredient in Guacamole, were first cultivated in South Central Mexico around 10,000 years ago? The Aztec people created Guacamole as a tasty way to consume Avocados, believed to be an aphrodisiac.Continue reading “Guacamole without the Chips”
Before we get to today’s recipe share, I just need to take a moment to acknowledge the day from a purely Catholic Perspective. Today is the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows. Mary was given this title to honor her suffering as she followed her Son to his crucification. There are too many mothers in the world who have lost their sons to violence. It really doesn’t matter if the violence is justified or not, a mother’s loss is no less real. May our Blessed Mother comfort all mothers in their time of sorrow.Continue reading “Sometimes You Gotta Have Junk”
If you’ve been following along, you know that in July my guys and I took a road trip to the Oregon coastal town of Florence. We stayed at our favorite resort. Perfect beach access with spacious rooms and suites complete with fully functional kitchens. In this day and age, a room with a kitchen is a must.Continue reading “Awesome Oven Burgers”
It’s National Drive-Thru Day. When you hear the term “Drive-Thru” what comes to mind? For most of us, it’s the convenience of ordering burgers, fries and something to drink without ever leaving the comfort of our cars. Yet many businesses offer us that drive-thru experience, from banks to pharmacies and dry-cleaners. When I was a little girl, we got our milk from a drive-thru dairy.Continue reading “Would You Believe”
Truth be told, ever since we first had these awesomely delicious burgers in a pub in Sutter Creek, I’ve been looking for an excuse to make them at home. Father’s Day, as it turns out, is just the excuse needed.Continue reading “A Burger Fit for Dear Old Dad”
Today is National Nevada Day. Nevada, the Battle Born State, was grated statehood during the Civil War. The only other state to join during the war was West Virginia. Although today is National Nevada Day, Nevada actually joined the union on October 31, 1864.
One of the things we keep in the freezer are pre-made hamburger patties. I know, fresh is always best, but not always practical. There are a number of reason.
Those of you who have been following along for a while (and I thank you), you know that Hubby and I have been a couple for over 30 years. We met at a job interview, I got the job, three weeks later we went on our first date. The date turned into five days of blissful insanity with us saying “I do.” Hey, when it’s right, it’s right.
The Badger State, otherwise known as Wisconsin, is rich in copper, forest and unending fertile farmlands. A mining boom, not fur trade, gave this state its nickname. According to oral history, the miners burrowed into the hillsides like a bunch of badgers for shelter against the elements instead of building more permanent homesteads. Guess they weren’t planning to stick around.