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On the Menu at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s(TM) Bistro – Greek Pastitsio and Minted Baby English Peas

The menu today at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s(TM) Bistro is serving up some Greek food we sampled last night for supper. For a refreshing twist on peas check out Minted Baby English Peas. We had them last night with the classic Greek dish Pastitsio which is a pasta dish with a Bechamel sauce. This dish is an… Continue reading On the Menu at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s(TM) Bistro – Greek Pastitsio and Minted Baby English Peas

Chicken, Cooking, food, Grilling, recipes, Tall & Handsome, The BamaSteelMagnolia's(TM) Bistro

Cooking Up A Storm at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s Bistro

If you’d like to see what happens when you combine grilling, storms and tornados in the spring in the Deep South check out Cooking Up A Storm over at The BamaSteelBistro(TM)…there’s also a really good recipe for Grilled Chicken with Mole Rub and Mango-Avocado Salsa.

Autoimmune Diseases, Fibromyalgia, Health, Women's health

Predicting Fibromyalgia: Results of 25-Year Study

Predicting Fibromyalgia: Results of 25-Year Study. How do you compare to this 25 year study? I was surprised to discover the allergy connection. With me though I don't know if it's a case of which came first...like the chicken or the egg. When I was a child I don't recall having many allergies, but as… Continue reading Predicting Fibromyalgia: Results of 25-Year Study

Cooking, food, recipes, Southwestern Cooking, The BamaSteelMagnolia's(TM) Bistro

On the menu at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s(TM) Bistro – Burch Huevos Rancheros

If you’re looking for a tasty, hearty breakfast/brunch type meal that’s really good any time of the day, check out Burch Huevos Rancheros over at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s(TM) Bistro. I even included a little Tall & Handsome and Bev lore for ya 😉 Burch Huevos Rancheros

Family, Flowers, Gardening, McGee, Middle Tennessee, My Tennesse Heritage, PaGee, Photography, Southerners, Tennessee, Tomatoes

PaGee and His Tomatoes, by Beverly Hicks Burch

PaGee and his Tomatoes By Beverly Hicks Burch Yesterday I wrote about repotting some of the herbs and veggies Tall & Handsome and I have accumulated over the past couple of weeks. I also shared my love of green growing things which seems to be a family thing. It appears this “plant” thing has been… Continue reading PaGee and His Tomatoes, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Backyards, Coreopsis, Gardening, Herbs, Horticulture, Iris, Lovelady, McGee, My Tennesse Heritage, Photography, Plants

A Day in the Sun, by Beverly Hicks Burch

A Day in the Sun By Beverly Hicks Burch My granddaddy McGee could make a stick grow. To say he had a green thumb was an understatement. It seems he got his green thumb from his Momma, Rebecca Shaffer McGee of Lawrence County, Tennessee. Now, where her green thumb came from I’d be hard press… Continue reading A Day in the Sun, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Alabama, Azaleas, Backyards, Horticulture, Hosta, Photography

Huzzah…it’s spring, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Right after Big Jim moved out of our house we had been renting while living out of state for a few years, these azaleas looked liked dead twigs…I thought I had lost them…but, glory! Not only has the foliage perk up but they are in full bloom offering up a feast for hummingbirds… My lovely… Continue reading Huzzah…it’s spring, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Alabama, Horticulture, Photography, Plants, Surviving a Tenant, Tall & Handsome, Trilliums, Wild Violets

Surviving Big Jim, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Surviving Big Jim By Beverly Hicks Burch When Tall & Handsome and I married I had a beautiful home I had retained possession of after my divorce from Gomez the unremarkable. After all my folks had given me the down payment for our first house and over the years gifted us with cash to make… Continue reading Surviving Big Jim, by Beverly Hicks Burch