This is an impressive dish that is perfect to serve at a party with a group of friends, at an intimate dinner party, or to your family on a Saturday evening. It is a recipe that is endlessly versatile and a great way to repurpose Read More..
Month: April 2019
This seafood boil is a wonderfully spiced, one-pot meal that is full of flavor. Served with drawn butter, cocktail sauce, and a few ice-cold beers, this low country shrimp boil makes for the start of a perfect party with friends. It is easily scaled up Read More..
Are you tired of rubbery, overcooked boneless skinless chicken breasts? Have you eaten way too many of these flavorless hockey pucks at weddings, business lunches, and plated dinner events? Yeah, me too. Yet, I love having a few perfectly cooked, succulent cooked chicken breasts ready Read More..
These poppers are warm, cheesy, creamy, and spicy little bites of pure heaven. There’s a reason that jalapeno poppers are the ubiquitous tailgating or game day appetizer. They’re delicious and very easy. They’re also a huge crowd pleaser – so make plenty. I think every Read More..
This easy french toast casserole is perfect for a weekend morning or holiday brunch. It can be baked immediately or mixed and assembled the night before and baked the next morning. There’s nothing better than a delicious casserole – just mixing ingredients together and popping Read More..
A hearty, filling, and utterly delicious one pot meal that will satisfy the vegans, vegetarians, AND carnivores in your life. It is so filling and rich, spicy and flavorful with the warm spices of curry, cumin, and cinnamon. And the best part? It’s a one-pot Read More..
I’m not big on those pretentious, snooty recipes. Do you know the dishes with ‘gastric foam’ and ‘smears’? And, just what is a gastric foam? I don’t want to say what it looks like to me, so let’s just say that if you are a Read More..
Since I embarked on this new writing/blogging career, I am so grateful for no longer feeling that stressed out, anxious, Sunday afternoon dread. Do you know what I mean? Those Sundays where you feel great in the morning and as the day goes on, you Read More..
This bread is rich, slightly spicy, salty, and very cheesy. Crisp and crunchy on the outside with a moist and fluffy interior, it will leave you craving more. Upon moving from Pittsburgh to Houston, I just did not understand the reverence that Houstonians had for Read More..
This dish is what I consider the breakfast of champions. It is not only delicious and simple. It is an all natural, unprocessed food. Nothing jarred or canned. Plus, it is a complete vegetarian protein. No meat is needed. And the clean protein will fuel Read More..
Who doesn’t adore little, individual desserts? Cupcakes, mason jar desserts, hand pies, or little, mini bundt cakes that can be savored and enjoyed at your own pace. I love my own little dessert that I can eat the whole thing and not feel guilty…or have Read More..
This homey recipe is one of those ‘lost’ recipes that’s super easy, works with a variety of meat dishes, inexpensive and very healthy. It evokes nostalgic recipes of family dinners gone by. I think cabbage, in general, gets a bad rap. Think about this. We Read More..
This recipe is a throwback to those wonderful days of Sunday family dinners. Do you remember those dinners with the great food, desserts, the crazy aunt and the totally inappropriate cousin that made the whole day memorable? I miss them, but this dish brings back Read More..