Monday, September 29, 2008

Four Foods "from" Friday

It's another week of Four Foods provided by Val at Fun, Crafts and Recipes. This is the same thing that we've all seen our kids do on MySpace where they answer the many questions about themselves and then share it with all their friends in a bulletin. The only difference here is that there are fewer questions and it always involves food. Join in and share!

#1. Turnips. Love em or leave em?
Leave 'em. I've tried them and they didn't leave me yearning for more.

#2. What’s your favorite roasted dish?
Any vegetables that are roasted will work. And while we are talking roasted... roast and potatoes is my favorite.

#3. Salsa. What kind do you like?
The salsa from a mexican restaurant in Midland, called Jorge's. It's the best, but when I can't have that then I want to make it homemade because it's the closest thing to Jorge's salsa.

#4. Share directions on how to make your favorite quick meal, meaning start to finish in about 30 minutes or less.

Pinto Beans and Sausage

1 lb pinto beans
salt, handful
1 lb german sausage
1 T worcestorshire
1 bell pepper
1 can whole tomatoes (cut up)
1 onion (chopped)
onion powder

Cook beans per directions.(I've made them from dry and from a can, both are good) Add all other ingredients. Cover and let the mixture lightly boil until it starts to thicken. Serve with rice.

8 comments:

Dawn said...

That recipe sounds yummy. I'm going to copy it down. Sounds perfect for Fall weather coming up! :)

Anele said...

Recipe sounds nice and easy. Might have to give that a try!

clair said...

Go roasted potatoes, love 'em, now why didn't I think of that?

Suzi said...

Yum on the beans and sausage! It sounds almost like chili with added flavor. Mmmm.

Sheri/Cookingmom said...

That recipe sounds really good! I think I would use bulk sausage from our local butcher, just because I prefer it to the formed link kind.

valmg said...

Thanks for playing FFOF!

Sue said...

Pinto beans and sausage sounds great. My husband loves sausages, but hardly ever gets them. I should try this. :)

Charla said...

That recipe sounds yummy to have on a chilly day, along with cornbread. I would probably use chicken sausage from Central Market.