Ratatouille

Inspiration can strike at any time.  Usually inspiration finds me while I’m wandering through the grocery market looking for something yummy. However, recently it came from an unusual source, a cartoon about a rat with a food obsession.  Yep, you guessed it, Ratatouille. The film stars Remy, a rodent with… Continue reading »

Steak… it’s what’s for dinner

If you are anything like me spring means one thing, fishing… I mean grilling! Okay, so maybe two things. Having banished winter to a time best forgotten, spring heralds a return to the outdoors and with that charred deliciousness. I’m a firm believer that everything tastes better on the grill… Continue reading »

General Tso’s Chicken

General Tso’s Chicken is served at almost every Chinese restaurant in America. At some it’s tangy, others more spicy, and yet if you eat enough Chinese takeout you’ll even find some sweet variations. However, while the sauce might vary from place to place, the chicken is always fried and oh… Continue reading »

Honey Do

Marriage is an amazing thing. If you are lucky like I am, you’ll find a wonderful person to spend the rest of your life with. And like my wife, she’ll spend her free time thinking of projects to keep you out of trouble.  The better you do with each passing… Continue reading »

DIY Coat Rack

It’s not all appetizers and tasty treats here at Sheworksicook.com.  In fact, I have been doing some minor woodworking during the day.  Not to toot my own horn, but I’ve been doing a pretty decent job. While I’ve mostly made picture frames I do have aspirations of doing some larger… Continue reading »

Enchiladas: a taste of home

Nashville has been an utter cornucopia of new food experiences. Not only has it been fun sampling Southern cuisine, like collard greens and hot chicken, but I’ve found a new appreciation for American staples, like biscuits.  However, one thing that Nashville is seriously lacking is ethnic food, especially Mexican food…. Continue reading »