It's summer. The kids are home. The stove is too hot to linger around. What's faster than fast food? Stir fry! Healthier, too. Just empty the contents of your refrigerator into a pan and in minutes you're eating a delicious and healthy meal. Takes less time than driving to your nearest Drive-Thru lane.

Eggs and Veggie Hash - Do leg raises and kick yourself in the butt, then plank on your countertops while you wait. That's Deb's way. 

Virgin Mary: just take about 3 ounces or so of tomato juice a squeeze of lemon juice a splash of Worcestershire sauce Salt Pepper and TABASCO sauce toss in a celery stalk. Drink several. Banana Smoothie: Take a couple of cubes of ice, smash smash em up.

Mock Plum Pudding A Babarović family tradition - a guaranteed crowd pleaser and with a dramatic entry! 

A tasty Holiday dinner that's easy to make. Top Roast, Yorkshire Pudding, green beans and gravy.

Pull these babies into a circle and call it a Chuckwagon Train! The 2nd Annual Connecticut Food Truck Festival was a rousing success and all the food creations were DELICIOUS!

A Telly award, some Daveys and a sprinkling of W3 Awards on top, this kitchenBOB combines his love of food festivals and his attempt to bring the festival home with him. It's kimchi as a side dish and as a full meal when Tina gets a hold of him. There is a powerful warning at the end.

Salmon and Couscous

1 Salmon Filet 1 Lemon Olive Oil Fresh Rosemary Salt Pepper Butter 1 cup Couscous 1 bunch of Asparagus ----------- Make it: Preheat oven to 350º -Place filet in glass dish -drizzle that shizzle heavily with Olive Oil -Tear off Rosemary and sprinkle a handful on Salmon -turn salmon over a few times in dish to cover with oil -Bake at 350º for about 20 minutes -Put couscous in boiling, remove heat and let sit for 4 minutes -Saute Asparagus in olive oil and butter for 4 minutes

Rack of Lamb

Barely in time for Valentine's Day, this is delicious. Just plain delicious.

Bacon Balls

12 Hard Boiled Eggs 24 strips of Bacon Do it: All you do is hard boil some eggs. Wrap one piece of bacon around the long ends and one piece of bacon around the middle. Then sit back and watch what gets wrapped around YOUR middle. Call your doctor.

The Basics.

(So, you think you know what a saucepan is? Think again. Once you get that figured out, the rest is easy. Here's what you'll need in your kitchen to make just about any meal.)


(The result of a lifelong quest for the perfect bowl of Chili.  A true Texan’s NO bean bit of heaven)

2 ways to enjoy your turkey for days afterward.

Eggs. MY way.

Pork Tenderloin

(THE easiest meal in the world aside from a can of soup.)

Spanish Tortilla.  

(The tortilla as a meal? You bet. This is a Spanish Tortilla. Simple, filling and deeee-lishusssss!! And, it'll last you for days!)

Salted Chicken. 

(Recipe not sanctioned by the American Heart Association nor any Doctor worth his, uh, salt)

Chicken Pot Pie

Ingredients: 2+ TBSPs White flour 1 Stick of Butter 1 bottle of Olive Oil 2 stalks of Thyme 2 lbs. of Chicken breasts or other tasty Yardbird parts 2 Leeks 2 Carrots 3 Celery Stalks 1 Wine glass of white wine plus however much for yourself 1 Wine glass of water (no religious allusion intended) 1 ¼ Cups of Milk or Cream or......


(The most awesome thing you’ll ever taste.)

A Celebration of Garlic. Everywhere. All over the place.

(What do you do with a Hardneck? Not what you’d think…)

Shrimp Linguine. 

(A truly simple and tasty way to treat yourself.)


For the love of Bacon. Just because. Ode to the festivals.


(The Miracle Food.)
If you do this right, you can put it on pasta, eat it as a sandwich, serve it up as a soup or throw it all over the line of peons waiting outside your kitchen door for a taste of this delicious, multipurpose food tool. And if you throw it, do it with a cup of arrogance!