Monthly Archives: April 2012

Stir-Fried Turkey Sausage and Veggies

In a hurry? Time running out? Hungry, but…? Well, this little recipe could be perfect for you and your family. Recipe of the Week: Stir-Fried Turkey Sausage and Veggies 2 tsp. vegetable oil or Sesame oil 2 c. broccoli florets 1 … Continue reading

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Rootbound

A few days ago, I finally satisfied my gardening bug by going to Lowe’s for prettifying backyard plants. Besides two gorgeous bougainvillea, I chose a couple Stella daylilies and some Mexican heather to put into a large pot, thinking the yellow and purple blooms would compliment each … Continue reading

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Marinated and Grilled Chicken

Marinating is the key to delicious grilling. When the meat and/or vegetables absorb the flavors of the marinade, the wait is always worth it. And, it’s not like you have to stick around during the process – run your errands, read a book, take … Continue reading

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Hill Today, Gone Tomorrow

Compared to the Rockies, Sierras, Cascades, Tetons, and other mountainous regions of the lower-48, the Texas hill country isn’t so grand – but we relish it and it’s all we have. At least for a while… From San Antonio up … Continue reading

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“Arsenic and Old Lace”

New Braunfels is blessed with a top-rate local theatre (Circle Arts Theatre) and director, Roberta Elliott. With very talented actors and singers, we have never been disappointed with any play we have seen. Last fall the theatre underwent a complete renovation and … Continue reading

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Lentil-Stuffed Tomatoes

Although the calendar says mid-April, it is practically summer here in Texas with temperatures nearing 90 degrees everyday. Not exactly oven-use weather, but in other parts of the country it’s cool enough to enjoy this tasty side dish. Recipe of the … Continue reading

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“Mirror Mirror”

Wellll, yes, I confess, we went to see “Mirror Mirror.” Too bad it wasn’t through the rear-view mirror…The grandkids liked its funny parts, but, for us, the phony snow, phony this, and phony that proved too phony to bear. The storyline … Continue reading

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