Oven baked Crispy Greek Chicken Wings drizzled with lemon garlic oil and a generous sprinkle of feta cheese.
Flavor wow!Continue reading »
There’s something so delicious about a fresh crisp Italian Tossed Green Salad. A few simple ingredients tossed with a nice herby vinaigrette is the perfect start to an Italian themed dinner.Continue reading »
Cauliflower Fried Rice.
If you’re craving a low-carb or vegetarian alternative to traditional fried rice, this is the recipe for you.
A little sesame oil and soy sauce and you’ve got the flavor profile down.
I always add carrots, onion and green peas but sometimes I also add zucchini, broccoli, mushrooms, shrimp, or even bacon.Continue reading »
If I must choose one beloved dish that reminds me most of my childhood and family it would be Shepherd’s Pie.
I would request it for my birthday dinners, when a celebration was in order, or when I just craved Mom’s home cooking.Continue reading »
Spring Thyme Green Minestrone Soup.
When I looked into the eyes of my beautiful new fridge I saw shelves and drawers overflowing with ingredients that begged for a chance to play nicely together.
The result of nonstop cooking for a week straight.
Have you seen our March Meatball Madness posts??!
When I studied the contents it became blatantly obvious that my fridge and my well-being needed a big pot of soup!Continue reading »
Mu Shu Chicken Cabbage Rolls.
Chinese New Year is always an ‘event’ for me.
My passion for this holiday stems from what used to be my day job, which was…importing door locks. Hold on, don’t run away so fast.Continue reading »
There was a time when French Onion Dip was the go-to staple for Game Day or family gatherings.
A packet of onion soup mix, a tub of sour cream, and a big bag of ruffled potato chips and we were in dip heaven.
Just think how far the dip world has come, evolved if you will.Continue reading »
Monterey Chicken Cobb Salad.
Of all the ways to transform a boring piece of chicken breast, Monterey style is a surefire move towards flavor wow!
I mean…chicken, bbq sauce, bacon, cheese, diced tomato, and your favorite aromatics. Quintessential ‘Layers of Flavor.”Continue reading »
Here in the sunny south we’ve been experiencing some big weather swings. Cold one day, hot the next. Seems that kind of shift leads you straight into flu and cold season. Yep, that’s right. About 1/3 of my work family is or has been sick. The only thing I could think to do was make soup. Mushroom Soup with Cheesy Portobello Croutons hit the spot.Continue reading »