It’s the Friday Four!
With just a few ingredients – most which are probably in your pantry anyway – you can create an incredibly delicious dinner tonight!
For me, comfort food cravings always include enchiladas. These are easy to make and fun to share!
How are you going to celebrate the green next week? Corned beef and cabbage are great – but so is this yummy beer braised chicken!
Chilly, grey and rainy weather call for comfort food! Tamale Pie is one I grew up with – I reinvented it to be better-for-us. Even Vegan!
Love Moroccan food, but think its too complicated and you have to have a tagine or special equipment? Cook up a delicious Moroccan Chicken Dish right in your SLOW COOKER!
A fun, delicious, beautiful, and easy way to celebrate National Potato Month – February!
Love Mole? Now you can make it at home with this easy-to-make recipe that is easy-to-love TOO!
This cake is for YOUR valentine – even if that’s YOU! Just a bit better-for-us using beans, honey and deep dark cocoa powder!
Whether you’re a Kansas City fan – or rooting for San Francisco, everyone loves Chili for the big game! Whip up this Chili, add a topping bar full of yummy garnishes that everyone loves and you’ll be the MVP!
A warm and comforting way to serve up fish – tangy tomatoes and briny feta make this dish yummy!
Think you can’t make “restaurant quality” pizza crust at home? You can! And this one is much better for you!
January…Cold and Wet! Time for soup! Here’s one that will draw everyone to the table!
Ringing in the New Year often brings in a desire to eat better! Here’s an easy-to-make, healthier and delicious snack that will stay with you from the “hangry” hours of 3 – 4 PM until dinner.
Super for an appetizer with crusty bread, or top pasta with it and a sprinkle of toasted bread crumbs!
Whether you’re looking to share with friends or take a hostess treat, these are two great recipes to make and enjoy.
Mushroom stuffed mushrooms are a great make ahead appetizer – just a bite or two of meaty umami taste with a little crunch from the water chestnuts and panko. Umami is a Japanese term that means rounded, rich or savory
Fast and easy, this no-mixer holiday treat is so moist and rich that you’ll want to make more than one recipe, so you can freeze some for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
I love platters of roasted veggies for the holidays – or anytime! This one is full of color, flavor, fiber and protein with a rich, smooth, creamy and zingy ginger dressing.
If you’ve been intimated by pie – this is perfect way to make your pie AND eat it too! So simple, so beautiful, even a non-baker can whip it up!
Oh! The chill is in the air and the leaves are falling this weekend. We need something to keep us warm and cozy – like these awesome veggie enchiladas!