Yorkshire Pudding

If you love your traditional Sunday dinners like I do, you know how important it is to make perfect Yorkshire Pudding when you’re having roast beef. Especially when you’re having company and serving the ultimate roast beef….prime rib. And any excuse to eat more gravy is ok with me. I mean, that’s the whole point of yorkies, isn’t it?

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Shrimp Scampi with Linguine

Shrimp Scampi with Linguine is very simple to make and pretty tasty too. It’s juicy grilled shrimp tossed with linguine in a light lemony white wine sauce with garlic and some fresh parsley. Tossed with linguine or any pasta, this is quick and simple but tastes like a complicated recipe.

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Chicken Fajita Soup

I’m really excited about this recipe. It was an idea that turned out better than I’d expected. Which is not always the case. Not even close. I’m a master at repurposing leftovers and I’m cheap so I can make a deli chicken cover 2 dinners and maybe even a sandwich! Chicken Fajita Soup checks off many boxes, including easy, healthy, inexpensive and you can make it as hot and spicy as you like. As an added bonus it’s also very tasty!

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Ice Fishing on Lake Erie

It’s been a few years since we’ve seen ice huts on the inner bay of Lake Erie. Our recent winters have been mild but this year we’ve had a great start to the ice fishing season.

We used to have our own hut. It was a project shared by several guys. The finished product was quite the achievement with design details that would be worthy of a show on HGTV. However, their big plans resulted in a big hut. A big heavy hut. It had to be “modified” in order to move it out of the building where it was constructed and towing that monstrosity to the fishing area proved to be a challenge. So the hut had a short life. Just a few seasons of “ice drinking” – our affectionate term due to the lack of fish caught.

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