Remembering fishing trips with friends and family and a great and very simple baked haddock recipe
Do you remember drive-in movies? Do you like has for breakfast? lunch? dinner? Revisit some drive-ins with me, then try my lazy version of corned beef hash.
Did you like history in school? I didn’t. But eventually I found a teacher that got how my brain worked and I learned more about history because she got us involved and making Indian Food – Dry Dal!
I love the Keys, and I love to cook when I’m inspired. This is my version of a Tropical Pork Dinner in the slowcooker inspired by a trip I took with my mother to the Florida Keys.
Some days are crazy, and anyone who’s been to my house knows our kitchen is crazy. So why not breakfast for lunch (or dinner) when it’s Crazy Eggs! Life is crazy, why not go with the flow!
Looking for a simple scallop recipe? This one was so simple to make and was inspired by my memories of spending time with family in Nahant.
Love a firepit? Thinking of adding one to your yard? Wondering what you can cook over it? My memories of camping and a few simple recipes might be just what you’re looking for.
I learned to fry fish from my father. My memories of him and how those Friday nights happened is a good childhood memory among many.
Anytime of year, pot roast is the meal that makes a house feel like a home. Easy to make in a slow cooker, with plenty for leftovers. A complete meal.
This easy baked chicken recipe uses pesto, squash, mushrooms, and smoked gouda. Everything in one dish and ready in under an hour!