Burger Barn

May 30, 2013By ChrisFood 2 Comments

GrubStep: The Perfect Pairing by Fred Ende Research has shown (or at least my research has shown) that food and music go together. A restaurant with excellent food but a terrible soundtrack never sits as well as one where the music and food are partners. In the same vein, no matter how strong the ambience … Read More

Second Annual Cocktail Conference

January 26, 2013By JobeeJamsJessFood No Comments

If you follow me on twitter you knew this was coming… The second San Antonio Cocktail Conference was by all account a smashing success, but that is not to say a few slips didn’t happen over the long weekend. This year the conference benefited HeartGift San Antonio but after seeing a few drunken heart surgeons hitting on hot … Read More

Gleason’s

January 18, 2013By ChrisFood 2 Comments

GrubStep: The Perfect Pairing by Fred Ende Research has shown (or at least my research has shown) that food and music go together. A restaurant with excellent food but a terrible soundtrack never sits as well as one where the music and food are partners. In the same vein, no matter how strong the ambience … Read More

How to make Pesto from Duley’s Blog & Grill

January 4, 2013By ChrisFood No Comments

In a world of fiscal cliffs, where Honey Boo Boo’s a TV star and Kim Kardashin’s pregnancy is considered news worthy, please help me pass on a smile with a side dish of healthy green levity…Salubrious Creations, in conjunction with Joe Duley’s Blog and Grill proudly present: How to make Pesto

Lolita

December 28, 2012By ChrisFood 4 Comments

GrubStep: The Perfect Pairing Research has shown (or at least my research has shown) that food and music go together. A restaurant with excellent food but a terrible soundtrack never sits as well as one where the music and food are partners. In the same vein, no matter how strong the ambience and music selection, … Read More

Cooking for Kids – Week 1

October 24, 2012By LisaFood No Comments

I often volunteer at my kids’ elementary school.  I love working with the kids —yes, Mom, I know, you always said I should be a teacher.  Thanks for the “I told you so” — and my kids get so excited to see Mommy at their school.   This fall, I am instructing a Cooking for … Read More

Spinach Lasagna with Mushroom Ragu

October 24, 2012By LisaFood No Comments

This lasagna is so delicious, even if it is a bit labor intensive.  You can prepare some steps ahead; you can even assemble the lasagna ahead of time and refrigerate or freeze it for when you want to eat it.  This was adapted from a Food Network magazine recipe. Some notes you may find helpful, … Read More

Joey’s Halloween Food Drive

October 22, 2012By LisaFood No Comments

Earlier this month, my 9 year old said he wants to help people who are hungry by holding a food drive on Halloween.  He said it’s not fair that some people don’t have enough food to eat.  I agree.  So we printed up fliers and put them in our neighbors’ mailboxes and when he goes … Read More

BBQ Pulled Chicken Slow Cooker Recipe

July 31, 2012By LisaFood No Comments

There really isn’t much to this recipe because I use my favorite BBQ sauce from a jar but since a couple of people have asked me how I make it, I wanted to put up a quick post.  Also, check out Coach’s recipe for BBQ Pulled Pork in a Slow Cooker here.   Easy BBQ … Read More

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread

July 31, 2012By LisaFood No Comments

Another zucchini recipe!  By the way, I froze some of the zucchini muffins and now I take them out one at a time to enjoy for breakfast, or lunch.  You can do the same with this bread.  Sorry there are no pictures this time but I promise you, it’s very easy! Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread … Read More