With all this time spent at home lately, we are attempting to make the most of things with some good home cooking. Not only does some comfort food do the soul good, but it also is pretty darn affordable to make. This Alfredo sauce recipe is mostly milk, butter, and flour... all super cheap ingredients! You can make this to go with pasta, chicken, or even scoop it up with some nice warm bread. It is so creamy and delicious and I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
This recipe is a fantastic, cozy end-of-summer dinner that has both summer vegetables paired with a hearty, creamy soup. It is delicious and comforting and is even vegetarian! I hope you enjoy this summer vegetable corn chowder too.
I love pickled veggies because they are an easy way to change up flavors and really make a dish interesting and different. We have been using this recipe for quick-pickling red onions all summer long and have been loving it as a garnish for anything from an easy burger night to charcuterie plates. Be sure to click the link for the recipe and pin for later!
This post is a recipe bomb with all my favorite summer staples. From ribs to sides and desserts, I have you covered!
Seeing that we are in the dead of winter, temps are cool and Super Bowl is around the corner, I thought this appetizer would be a fun share. No, it's not healthy, so maybe give this one a try in a month when you have given up on your New Year's Resolution swearing off carbs …
A simple and healthy cauliflower puree soup recipe. It can be made vegetarian, or dressed up with some crab meat or scallops too!
With some fresh tomatoes finally coming out of our garden, I had to put together a special dish for them that would really bring out their fresh flavors! With a mashup of some of my absolute favorite flavors (balsamic, olive oil, garlic, rosemary, and of course CHEESE!) I put together these delightful little toasts that would be a wonderful appetizer or dinner any time of year!
What feels more Monday than a blog post about Meal Planning? Hopefully you find some inspiration here as you plan your weekly meal plan, and it becomes more like second nature to you as you continue writing them from here on out!
I feel like all you need to do is read the title of this recipe to know that it is friggin delicious. A few months back, I would have never thought to eat scallops in a heavier cream sauce like this, but then an experience dining out where I had BAKED scallops in a lovely flavorful sauce just like this sold me for life! Scallops. Bacon. Cream. This recipe is a winner!