Tasty & Refreshing; It’s Dish It Out!!!

Happy Birthday Charlene Tilton!

Thanks to you wonderful viewers who shared your holiday pies in #showusyourpie this weekend. Such taste, such fruit so sweet. We can  only follow it up with sweet petit and to the meet and greet,

A great neighbor

America’s sweeheart and little sister (click to see her DIO! episode.

Ms Charlene Tilton! Charlene celebrates her wonderful Dec. 1 birthday with family and close friends. We were blessed to have her in our studio for one of our early episodes, and blessed to be able to call her friend. Happy Birthday Char Char! May your day be full of light & love, and your year to come be delicious. Can’t wait to break bread, or bad, again. xo

 

 

We Love Lucy!!!!

Guess who’s back? Back again? That’s right, it’s JR, Bobby and the  Ewing Family. TNT’s reboot of iconic TV’s ‘Dallas’ has invited a new generation to “Drill Baby, Drill” Sibling rivalry, deceit and GREED are back in vogue. Come share in the crude backstabbing, pun intended, and unabashed primetime drama that made a dynasty, pun intended again. The show has teeth, tenure and Texas, much more not needed. As it figures itself out it would behove the family dynamics to bring trouble maker little sister Lucy back for some added chaos. As a youth she turned Southfork on it’s ear with each bad decision, as an adult it would blow viewer minds to know how a vixens grow up and lessons she willingly shares. Keep growing Dallas! We’re watching.

Here’s little Lucy on a good day, with a knife and a smile. Miss Charlene Tilton, Ladies and Gentlemen.

oh, and look she’strending…

The face that launched a thousand bar fights.

Charlene Tilton returns to ‘DALLAS’ and Trouble hasn’t looked this good in a long time.

as American as it gets.

Silence? Lambs? We don’t think so…

We were fortunate enough to  work with Miss Charlene Tilton on this episode and share a great recipe that will thrill your holiday guests. It’s Aunty Lucy’s recipe, done by Lucy from TV’s ‘Dallas’, for Tony’s goddaughter Lucy.

“Lucy Had A Little Lamb” is a tasty tasty fun time to watch, but even better to eat. Make this and tell us at DIO how you fared. Come hungry…..