It’s the Friday Four!
Full of flavor from the crab with a crisp almond coating, these crab cakes are sure to be a hit in your house! And the Lemon Caper Remoulade? Ohhhhh… you’ll be whipping it up for all kinds of seafood.
Sunday is Cinco de Mayo – its time for Tacos! Fire up the grill and share these yummy mango and shrimp handheld treats with friends.
April and May usher in Easter, Mother’s Day and Strawberry Season! Here’s an easy-to-make salad that will not only be beautiful on the table, but delicious, too.
Whether its Easter or Passover or simply Spring you’re celebrating – its the perfect time for a Carrot Cake Cupcake!
Here’s a way to have your Mac and Cheese, and feel good about it too! Pureed cannellini beans and nonfat Greek yogurt take the place of cream and milk in this easy and delicious version of a family favorite.
We all know that carrots are sweet, so how about using them to sweeten up a dressing as well as the salad? That’s just one way I made this salad unique and irresistible. Crunchy carrots have a distinctive taste that marries well with spicy ginger and tangy orange flavors.
Quinoa in a cake? YES! You’ll never guess its in there – but it provides a BIG boost of protein, making chocolate cake almost health food:)
After returning from Sicily this week, I have a craving for pasta in all its wonderful forms. The spring weather makes me crave veggies – so this lasagne is the perfect intersection of both!
Happy almost St Patricks Day! This gooey cheesy casserole of veggies is sure to be hit for the holiday – or ANY day!
Pasta salads are a fun way of adding a twist to a dinner salad – especially when you look to Asian influences! I shared this one on Atlanta & CO this week to rave reviews!
Three simple steps for yummy Gumbo – right in time for Mardi Gras!
For a chilly winter weekend, there’s nothing better than a one-pan meal that’s full of flavor!
Deep dark Chocolate Cupcakes with yummy chile frosting – what could be better?
This easy-to-make salad with its tangy vinaigrette is a super starter for a Valentine’s Feast!
Atlanta is pumped for the Super Bowl this weekend. Its my tradition to offer up a chili recipe for the big game – you’ve got to have chili AND cheese dip! Here’s two recipes that won’t weigh you down for the game!
There’s nothing like a warm bowl of pasta this time of year – whether its whole wheat like the one we are using OR a alternative like quinoa. This one is full of meaty goodness – but from mushrooms instead of meat!
This rich and delicious curry is wonderful any time of year – but with January promising lots of cold weather – this is a perfect dish for the weekend. And, its easy enough for the week as well!
Shake up your soup routine! January is a month to curl up with a good book, stay in for the evening and enjoy a bowl of warm and comforting soup. This delicious mushroom and bean soup is hearty, easy-to-make and simply delicious.
Most of us love almost anything between a bun! These sliders are flavorful, easy to make, versatile, wholesome and can even be gluten free if you use gluten free oats. What’s not to like?
Fun and easy cheesy fondue for New Years Eve!