Shakshuka or Shakshouka, is a dish of eggs poached in a tasty and spicy tomato based sauce and cooked in the oven. It's origin is Mediterranean.
I found this perfect and "foolproof" recipe from "Cookie + Kate." Here is the full link with some more of the origin and history of the dish...
I made a few changes from the original recipe Since I am not a huge fan of red pepper, I omitted the red pepper and used an extra half an onion. (I love onions!) I also omitted the cilantro and instead used parsley and green onions for garnish (see, I really do love onions). It's a super easy recipe and would be wonderful for breakfast, brunch, or as I made it, for dinner. Definitely don't omit serving it with crusty bread. It's a perfect cozy, comfort food.
Come on Spring... :)
Here's the original recipe from Cookie + Kate:
Sunday Funday, Rodeo Hoo-ray!
The Stock Show is in town and there's lots to see and do!
This year, parking is free at the National Western lots. We parked at Coors field and took the free shuttle. (Enter parking lot off of Park Ave. and Wazee St.) The free shuttle drops you off outside the South Box Office at the Coliseum.
The Stock Show leaves town next Sunday, January 26 but that day is Guest Appreciation Day. Grounds Admission tickets are $12 for adults, children 3-11 years old are $4, and children 2 and under are FREE.
Here's a link to the Stock Show Schedule of Events:
In addition, Mile High on the Cheap posted an article called "5 Ways to Save on National Western Stock Show Tickets". Here's the link to that:
Bravo, Margarita Bravo!
Yesterday I received my latest issue of Denver Life magazine and tonight I laid down to read through it. To my surprise, I turned to a page and saw my parents' bathroom featured! Their bathroom was designed and remodeled by University Park resident and interior designer, Margarita Bravo. This bathroom is absolutely gorgeous. I'm so pleased for both my parents and Margarita! Congratulations!
If you are interested in reading the article I wrote about Margarita, you can access it by clicking HERE.
If you are interested in reading the full "Renovation Inspiration" artice in the Denver Life magazine, you can access it by clicking HERE.
How can we be less than a month into Winter? Ugh! Guess I'll eat my sadness. :)
My sister in law shared this yummy skillet chicken pot pie recipe with me and I made it for dinner tonight. I mean, how can you go wrong with Pillsbury Grands?
Note: On the advice of my SIL, I let the carrots cook longer to ensure they were soft and then doubled the liquids (and added a little more flour) because the Grands soak up a lot of juice. Turned out perfect!
Recipe is from delish.com. Click on the link below:
Head over to Casa Bonita for entertainment and sopapillas and then over to an art gallery for even more Casa Bonita related entertainment. Next Gallery, located on W. Colfax in Lakewood, is hosting its annual art homage to Casa Bonita February 21-March 8, 2020.
"The Casa Bonita exhibition will be juried, and Next Gallery is accepting artists’ submissions through Feb. 3."
Next Gallery is located at 6851 W.Colfax Ave, Unit B in Lakewood, CO 80214. Their hours are: Friday 6-10 pm, and Saturday & Sunday Noon-5 pm.
For more information, click on the article from the Denver Post below...
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