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Guinness Lamb Stew With Veggies

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Christine McKellar

Every now and then I feel a wee shake of the lamb’s tail..as in I feel an urge to make roast lamb or a lamb stew. Spring is nigh and for those who care not for this cut of meat- here is a great recipe for making non-believers into lamb-eaters. Guinness Lamb Stew With Veggies Ingredients 3 pounds lamb shoulder, …

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Tailgate Chili: A Triple Kick And A Tipple

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Christine McKellar

I knew this chili recipe would be good when I saw that it included Tabasco, cayenne pepper and beer.  It takes a bit of time and a lot of ingredients but the end result is well worth it. Chili just tastes even better the next day so I recommend making it the night before the Big Game party at your …

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Mexi Chopped Salad And Honey Lime Dressing

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Christine McKellar

Lucky for us we live in a land where “seasonal” generally refers to holiday decorations as opposed to fresh produce. Salad ingredients are available year round in Nevada or you can find packaged substitutes for certain ingredients at just about any grocery store.  This delightful chopped salad is perfect as a side dish or even a light meal.  It’s loaded …

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Festive and Indulgent Desserts

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Barbara Nosek

These Sweet Dreams Do Come True   Rich and satisfying desserts are welcome any time of the year, but we’d like to think that throughout the festive holiday season Santa gives us all a present actually by taking away something – calories! Here are three confections that are proven crowd pleasers, courtesy of CooksSalon.com where cooks from first-timers to long-timers can tap into …