Mash-Up: Ugly Shoes, Dancing Around the World, & A Creepy Fact

I’m inviting you to  take a tiny trip with into the Nothing Burger World of Whatever. Why? Why not? I mean, unless you are 1)  decaying in your rocking chair waiting for Norman Bates to bring your supper from downstairs, 2)  pinned under a giant onyx waiting for...

Love is in the Air!

The plethora of hearts, chocolate and stuffed animals the size of toll booths igniting the air and the airwaves the past month drove me into thoughtful consideration *and into making a  list* of the things I truly love. Criteria for My List  I limited my truly love...

Lolita Tsosie’s Navajo Frybread

Frybread Recipes are not difficult. Give it a try! Amounts depend on how much bread you want to make – usually 5 cups of flour for a batch. To each cup of Blue Bird flour, add: 1 tsp. baking powder ½ tsp. salt Warm water to make a stiff dough, or ¼ cup powdered milk...

An old Cowboy’s Recipe for FryBread

  In the 1960s, an old cowboy gave this recipe to my mom when we lived on the Mesa Redondo Ranch, Concho, Arizona. To each cup of flour, add: 1 tsp. baking powder ½ tsp. salt Enough milk or water to make a stiff dough, or ¼ cup powdered milk and warm water to...

Cornbread and Sausage Dressing ala Jodi Lea Stewart

  1 or 2 rolls sage pork sausage 2 chopped onions 4 stalks celery including leaves, chopped or sliced 2-4 Tbls. rubbed sage Lg. pan or skillet of baked cornbread* Chicken stock* Black pepper, to taste Optional Ingredients Black olives, sliced Water chestnuts,...