It’s the Friday Four!
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.
Easy, fast and yummy, this pumpkin hummus is a great way to share during the holidays or any day!
Chewy nutty farro, roasty toasty Brussels, sweet cranberries and crunchy nutty pecans make this salad a shoe-in for Turkey Day!
Fall is the perfect time to break out the slow cooker and feast on warm spices and veg!
Dip into this cheesy goodness and you won’t want to stop!
A perfect fall weekend needs an easy recipe like this colorful pork tenderloin!
This simple black bean stew is sure to become a house favorite!
Don’t worry about the take out tonight – make this easy peanut sauce yourself!
Easy-to-make and easy-to-love veggie burgers OR bean balls make everyone happy!
Tomato-y rich seafood soup is always a hit with those around your table!
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Sicilians love something sweet for breakfast. This cake features prominently in breakfast, but you can serve it up anytime of the day!
We are rolling into a long weekend with both Derby Day AND Labor Day – WooHOO! Time to break and the grill and celebrate!
I love all the gorgeous photos of tomatoes and peppers that are filling my screen this time of year! Even if you’re not a gardener – you can create this yummy salad and celebrate the season!
Crispy Almonds and rich crabmeat combine in this easy awesome crab cake!