What is better than a September walk on the beach on a cold day, margaritas under the trees, and a warm bean soup and cornbread to come home to? If you agree, then check out this post! You’ll want to make it today!!!
Today I roasted a Picnic Pork Shoulder and created my own Char Siu sauce, including making my own Hoisin Sauce and Five Spice Powder and it brought back memories of trips to Chinatown when I was young.
We revisited a park we went to back in 2010. Believe it or not, almost the exact same day 10 years later! And when we came home I made this curried squash and apple soup. Why not try it? And head to the island now that the plovers are done doing their thing~
This post includes my memories of hot air ballooning with my mom and the adventure starts while I was booking the trip! And a delicious pie based on a recipe for Atlantic Beach pie, but taking advantage of the happy combination of lemon, mango, and pineapple, with a dash of coconut thrown in! And yes, it’s a saltine crust, be brave!
Walking along the Battle Road Trail in Concord, and a filling and healthy lentil stew to make for a sunny autumn day
We recently revisited Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park in Uxbridge, MA. After 10 years, it is still beautiful and a great place for family, friends and dogs to wander, enjoy the water, get some fresh air, and explore! I hope you agree.
Yes, I rescue dogs (and cats) and in this post I’m sharing some stories, and a great recipe for “bland diet” soup for your dog if they suddenly find themselves with stomach troubles and chicken and rice is what the doctor orders.
I love scones, and it’s so hard to find ones that aren’t just a glorified biscuit. This recipe makes slightly sweet, flaky, delicious scones inspired by Beth’s favorite iced caramel latte. What’s not to like?
Be brave and use lemonade! In my quest for lemon related recipes I got brave and used lemonade as the marinade and roasting liquid in this delicious roast pork recipe. It doesnt take too long, and you can use any mixture of vegetables you like. If you’re getting tired of the same old recipes, this one will definitely shake things up.
Do you grow herbs at home? Have you wondered how to use them for something different than the usual? How about this recipe for Lemon Fig Chimichurri. A bright, tangy topper for grilled steak or chops, or mix it with a bit more olive oil, some red pepper flakes and a sprinkle of fresh grated parmesan for a great bread dipper!