Creamy Creole Shrimp Dip

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 …

Balsamic & Tomato Toasts with Goat Cheese Spread

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!

One-Bowl Brownies – The Easiest Scratch Brownies Ever!

Ever have a total meltdown and all you need is CHOCOLATE - RIGHT NOW!?! These brownies are the perfect recipe for that exact moment. Throw all ingredients in a single bowl, stir, bake, and enjoy! These one-bowl brownies are simple and stuffed with 2 whole cups of chocolate chips... the perfect savior in a chocolate emergency kind of situation 🙂

Honey Whole Wheat Bread Recipe w/Bob’s Red Mill Whole Wheat Flour

How boring am I, for sharing a plain wheat bread recipe? I don't want to sound lame, but I am actually pretty proud of it, mostly because I am not a champion at baking with yeast. I don't know where I usually miss... my guess would be just letting my yeast expire because I use …

5 Simple Tips To Make Your Cooking Exponentially Better!

Five simple tips that will exponentially make your cooking better! These are all super easy things to do and implement that do not require any skills at all. This is a great tutorial for a beginner in the kitchen who is looking for advice on how to give their food more flavor and moisture!

From the Grocery Aisle to Garden – How to grow veggies from your kitchen scraps!

How to start a vegetable garden from your leftover veggies at home. We used root-on vegetables and herbs to start, but you don't even need to do that! Butter lettuce and romaine lettuce were both very easy for us to get going and transplanted into the garden.