This cheesy zucchini casserole is an easy side dish that goes with almost anything. It’s a great way to get a healthy serving of vegetables into your family. Every summer I seem to have a plethora of zucchini and am always looking for new ways Read More..
Month: August 2020
You don’t have to reserve your seafood recipes for extravagant dinners and for days when you want to go out for fine dining. Seafood doesn’t have to be off the table on routine days. You can have it whenever you feel like it. However, the Read More..
We’ll be celebrating Senior Citizens Day on the 21st of August, and no celebration is complete without good food. But when it comes to our senior loved ones with weaker immune and digestive systems, we need to be careful about their dietary intake. World Health Organization Read More..
If you’ve never had the pleasure of eating a New Orleans muffuletta sandwich, then you are in for a treat. It’s a large round loaf of Italian or French bread that’s split horizontally and spread with a tangy, homemade olive salad. Then you’ll enjoy layers Read More..
Lemon yogurt pancakes are a light, sweet, and decadent breakfast treat. But because of the addition of Greek yogurt, they are a little more healthy and have a bit of protein. Shhhh, don’t tell the family. Pancakes are something that I only make when we Read More..
This Southern-fried okra recipe uses nuggets of fresh okra that are dipped in a spicy buttermilk mixture, dredged in cornmeal, flour, and breadcrumbs, then fried until crisp and golden. They’re addictive and you can’t stop popping them into your mouth. There’s a reason Southern-fried okra Read More..
Chicken piccata is one of those dishes that brings back memories of Sunday dinners, laughter with family, and home. Tender chicken is coated and pan-fried, and then coated in a tangy, salty lemon butter sauce with capers and parsley. It’s an old school Italian classic Read More..
Brazilian coconut kisses are delicious, small bites of coconut fudge, and rolled in yet more wonderful coconut. They are sweet, rich, and a perfect ‘little something’ after a meal. When a candy is this tasty, has only four ingredients, and is ready in just a Read More..
This take on a classic Italian Aperol Spritz is a bubbly, orange-flavored cocktail that’s light and fizzy with a slight bitter edge that finishes with the sweetness of blood orange soda. It’s the perfect weekend libation when you want to do a bit of day Read More..
Popular, fiery, and demanding attention—that’s a Leo for you! So it only makes sense to have some Leo-inspired dishes on the table at your loved one’s (densely populated) birthday party! Leos are social butterflies. You can bet they’re going to be hosting a birthday bash Read More..
This simple, chopped vegetable salad is an iconic part of Middle Eastern cuisine, thus the name, ‘Israeli Salad’. It pairs wonderfully with hummus and pita, stuffed in a sandwich, or as a first course to any meal. There’s something to be said for a recipe Read More..
Creamy, zesty, and full of herbaceous flavor, this tangy green bean and potato salad will be a hit with your whole family. Plus, it’s healthier than the standard potato salad fare with the addition of green beans. This salad is a hearty side dish that’s Read More..
This easy grilled tequila lime chicken is full of spicy Southwest flavor and yet is easy enough for a weeknight meal. I love keeping a container of grilled, boneless, skinless chicken breasts in my fridge. They make it so easy to slice and put on Read More..
A classic French omelet is soft, almost custardy, and no browning on the outside. It’s a skill that most trained chefs are required to master. It really just takes patience…and a healthy amount of butter. I like to serve it with a Goat Cheese Caprese Read More..