Oh my gosh, can you believe it? Tomorrow is the first day of December! I don’t know if I should be happy or afraid that 2020 is nearly behind us. Will it go out with a bang or a whimper? The last day of November is Mason Jar Day, Mousse Day and Mississippi Day. How great is that? It’s also Stay Home Because You’re Well Day and Cyber Monday. So why not enjoy a good meal while shopping online?Continue reading “Mississippi Mason Jar Flavors”
You’ve been out all day – be it at the office or running errands or fulfilling your role as family chauffeur. Now all you want to do is come home, do a little prep work and sit down to a delicious, hot meal. Am I right?
The absolute best thing about summer is that you can eat sandwiches for dinner! And this Tex-Mex Beef sandwich is so packed with flavor, you won’t even notice it’s not really a meal. At lease not one you need to use a knife and a fork for.
Did you know that the French Dip Sandwich isn’t French? No surprise there. About the only thing French is the use of Au Jus. Strictly speaking, Au Jus is a French culinary term meaning “with juice”. It refers to meat dishes prepared or served together with a light gravy, or broth, made from the juices given off by the meat as it is cooked. Today we think of Au Jus as simply a beef juice served on the side of a sandwich, not necessarily coming from a particular hunk of beef as it cooks. Look in your local markets, and you can find premade Au Jus in jugs, cans, dried mixes – just about any form. Just heat if in a liquid form, or mix with liquid for the dry form before heating.