Category Archives: Cook’s Country

Cook’s Country: Grilled Caesar Salad

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Oh yeah, I have a blog!   Sorry about that.   Moving on…   I’m not convinced that grilling romaine lettuce “adds a smoky char to a Caesar salad” but I love Caesar salad and any excuse to try a … Continue reading

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Cook’s Country: Crispy Fish Sticks with Tartar Sauce

  I’m sure there were kids in the Midwest in the 1960s who ate all kinds of great seafood.  Maybe they went “fishing” with their parents (look it up, it’s a real thing!) and ate what they caught.  Or perhaps they were … Continue reading

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Cook’s Country: Spanish Chicken Cutlets with Yogurt Sauce

This was so good despite the fact that I temporarily lost my mind and mistakenly used chicken breast halves instead of cutlets.  What’s the difference? Well, a lot of cooking time, for one. Basically, a cutlet is a breast half … Continue reading

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Cook’s Country: Cheese Frenchees

At this time I’m going to have ask Michelle Obama to leave this page and, maybe, go look at amazing pictures of herself.  ’Cause she’s not going to like this.  At all. Because this post is about a dish so sinful … Continue reading

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French Bread Pizza

Children, in the 1970s when I was growing up things were different.  As I’m sure you’ve heard, we had 3 t.v. stations, drank Tab, and rode around in gigantic cars with unused seat belts.  But did you know that they sold cigarettes in … Continue reading

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