It’s the Friday Four!
When the weather gets warm, I think salads and lighter fare, how about you?
Oooey gooey cheesy pasta with the salty tang of prosciutto and sweet green peas. Springtime pasta perfection!
Shrimp and Grits may be one of your favorite restaurant meals – but how about an easy, yummy recipe to whip up at home?
No. 1 : Quick Recipe Kale Caesar Salad 2 Bunches Lacinato Kale, Shredded Finely ½ Cup Tofu ½ Cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 Clove Garlic 3 TB Lemon Juice 1 TB Rice Vinegar 2 TB Dijon 1 TB Capers ¼ Tsp Each Sea Salt and Freshly Ground Black Pepper *Sweet Potato Croutons...
No. 1 : Quick Recipe Crab Cakes with Mango SauceGLUTEN FREE, PESCATARIAN 1 LB Lump or Special Crabmeat 1 Large Egg, Beaten 1 TB Chives, Chopped Zest from a Lime 2 TB Lime Juice 1 TB Dijon Mustard 1 TB Cilantro, Minced 1 tsp Worcestershire Sauce ½ tsp Sea Salt ½ tsp...
No. 1 : Quick Recipe “Rumplededumps” Cabbage and Gooey Cheese Tucked a Potato 4 Large Baking (Russet) Potatoes 2 TB Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2 TB Coarse Sea Salt ½ Savoy or Green Cabbage, Thinly Shredded 1 Cup Green Onions, Green and White Parts, Thinly Sliced ½ Cup...
Welcome March with a super easy and super yummy paella – one awesome pan of goodness and dinner is served!
If you’re getting ready for “Open That Bottle Night” on Saturday – I’ve got a couple of delicious spreads to enjoy with your special bottle!
This pasta is a riff on Caponata, the luscious sweet and sour traditional dip or sauce from Sicily. I’ve chosen to top pasta with it…and OH! is it good!
Who knew that chocolate would make such a velvety rich dressing? Chocolate + Balsamic rocks on this strawberry salad.
Here’s an easy and delicious way to get ready for the BIG GAME!
Perfect for weeknight OR weekend dinner, this roasted salmon is easy to make and enjoy with family or a few friends.
It just seems like the “risotto” time of the year. Warm and appealing, creamy and rich!
Up your oooey-gooey grilled cheese game with mushrooms and balsamic onions!
Indian food is the cuisine of choice for many Londoners. This Shepard’s pie takes Indian and British cuisine and “mashes” them together to create a wonderful dish. We are taking a non-traditional twist with using mushrooms for the filling instead of meat AND we mash an assortment of root veggies instead of just potatoes because Root Veggies are Power Foods!
Its always fun to have a sweet treat tucked away for a holiday weekend morning – or snack!
Moist and rich apple cake with toasty pecans, drizzled with caramel…What could be better?
I love a warm and rich-tasting Seafood Gumbo during the holiday season! I’ve taken a traditional gumbo recipe and made it a little better for us by toasting flour, instead of making a traditional roux. Still SO yummy!
Here’s an EASY Eggplant Parmesan – Roman style. Made with Pecorino Romano instead of Parm, it brings all the flavors of Italy to the table.
A smaller group around the Thanksgiving table means more leftovers – YEY! Here’s an easy way to enjoy them.