Making your own candied ginger is simple. And adding a citrus peel to the mix, like I did with lemon can add zing and heat to any dish.
As our way to celebrate the Inauguration (for some celebration for others a dismal day) we popped the champagne we’d bought for New Year’s and I roasted a turkey with citrus stuffing. This one is definitely a keeper recipe… and maybe be the perfect “summer” turkey if things keep going in the direction they are with the pandemic.
Looking for a quick and healthy snack, that replaces things like chips, nuts, and pretzels? Want a use for those cans of chickpeas you bought when it felt like the world was shutting down. This recipe is easy, tasty, and healthy. And I share some funny babysitting stories too!
When plans don’t go according to plan, we make the best of it. New hiking boots and an incredible steak and mushroom sauce dinner replaced our trip to Castle Hill last night. It was a good evening after all!
Sometimes you want the deliciousness of homemade bread without all the work. This recipe requires only one rise, 6 ingredients, and no kneading! Plus you can bake just one and freeze the dough for another day! Why not give it a try the next time the desire for soup and crusty bread with butter comes haunting you?
Looking for a filling and flavorful winter soup? Why not be brave and try this purple soup, made with purple cabbage, mushrooms, carrots. Thick, creamy and filled with wintery goodness after a long walk outside.
There is nothing like a tasty dinner baking in the oven to make everyone realize how important dinner is! Looking for a simple bake that has lots of flexibility? Try this italian sausage and potato bake!
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!!!
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!