On the menu changes with each season and fall will soon be here! I am very much an in-season cook. Tomatoes, cabbage, onions, leeks, peppers will be going strong in the garden until the beginning of October. And cauliflower is so sweet and delicious right now! As the weather picks up a chill I’ll be doing more braising and roasting too! Fall recipes are just around the corner!
Let’s get ready for fall Y’all! Kelly, Anita and I LOVE fall and will help you get your home and front door ready for our favorite season! Fun, fun, fun fall ideas!
You can listen to episode #247 below…
Here’s what’s on the menu this week…
Oh me and chicken thighs go waaaay back! They are my chicken part of choice. YUM! And look at them lounging and bathing in this fabulous marinade! I’m so happy you are on the menu this week! Great marinade, Victor at i Food Blogger!
- KILLER CHICKEN THIGH MARINADE
- CHICKEN THIGHS
- NANI’S SAUTEED RICE
- GARDEN TOMATOES
This gorgeous halibut looks too good to be true. I know it can be a bit pricey so if you see wild halibut on sale get it and make this dish! Wow, oh Wow! Thanks so much, Bunny’s mom at Tastes Spicy.
- HALIBUT IN THAI RED SAUCE
- ASIAN CHOPPED SALAD
Low Country Boil is a treat here at StoneGable! We usually eat it outside, cover the table with brown paper and then dump the one pot goodness down the center of the table. I’ll be adding some crab legs… just because! By the time I’m finished with this lick-my-fingers treat I usually have juice and butter running down my arms to my elbows!
- LO COUNTRY BOIL
- SOUTHERN CORNBREAD
My Tex-Mex fix this week comes from Carole at My Kitchen Escapades. I’ll make a double batch to serve for lunch over the weekend. I often make extras and eat them at lunch!
- SOUTHWEST CHICKEN CHILI
- CHIPS AND SALSA
You had me at “capers”! Did you know that capers are tiny flowers from the Finder Rose? They are so bitter but once pickled they take on a magical briny taste that enhances almost anything savory you put them on. Keep them in your pantry and use often! Refrigerate once opened. Thanks, Chris and the Loon for this very tasty pork chop. Head over to How To Feed A Loon and say “Hi”!
- SEARED PORK CHOPS IN CAPER SAUCE
- MASHED CAULIFLOWER
- ROASTED ORGANIC CARROTS WITH THYME
- SLICED GARDEN TOMATOES
One pot meals mean easy cleanup and I LOVE that! I don’t mind cooking but cleaning up, not so much! And this beautiful dish is so so easy!
Thanks, Sally at Good Dinner Mom!
It’s peak corn season here at StoneGable! And it is sweet and scrumptious. I’m pulling out one of my very first food posts and sharing it because the recipe is so so good. Unfortunately, the images are not! Thank goodness you are not eating the pictures!
And here is the best homemade beer bread recipe to go along with the corn chowder! YUMMY!
TREAT OF THE WEEK…
Oh, this recipe is fall in a bundt pan! The apples from our apple tree will make a beautiful coffee cake! Thanks, Val from Oh My Goodness Chocolate Dessert!
What’s your favorite fall recipe? What would you like to see on the menu next week?
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