Mother’s Day is almost here! The day to pamper mom with love and appreciation for all she does. One way to spoil mom and start the day off right is with breakfast in bed. It can’t get any easier than this Spring Frittata with Asparagus & Pancetta. The kids can get involved and breakfast will be served to the special mom in your life in less than 30 minutes.
Looking for an easy & elegant appetizer for a crowd? Try these delicious Mushroom & Herbed Goat Cheese Crostini. These crostini’s are a medley so many of my favorite flavors, all in one bite. Perfect for your next party or family get together.
Every year, without fail, I visit Williams-Sonoma for a few items to make our Thanksgiving dinner extra special! I think I have tried them all, but I definitely have a few favorites. This Sausage & Chestnut Stuffing is a winner and I make it every year. From my family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving, I hope you enjoy it!
One skillet dinners are so popular and with good reason! Easy, quick perfect for weeknights and elevated enough to serve family-syle over the weekend! I developed this recipe with all of my favorite flavors in one place. It’s not Chicken Marsala in the traditional sense, but this Skillet Chicken Marsala & Orzo incorporates all of the traditional flavors that you know and love! Serving it over orzo is a perfect way to soak up all of the delicious juices.
If you can’t get to Hawaii, bring Hawaii home to you! These Huli-Huli Chicken Skewers are sweet and savory, spicy, sticky goodness…Ono!
Cider-Brined Pork Tenderloin is an easy way to take a basic cut of pork and launch you out of the stratosphere, yet easy enough to whip together on a weeknight!
I have been making Pot Roast for years…I think it’s one of the first home cooked meals I mastered without having to look at a recipe. Along the way, I have made so many adjustments, as is the same with so many recipes. I’m always trying to find ways to elevate them, or make them even better. This is my Deconstructed Pot Roast, I hope you enjoy!
I am a huge fan of sous vide cooking…I use mine probably 3 times a week in my own kitchen. Every year, it’s a tradition at our house to make a big brunch on Christmas morning at our house after our families come over and we always have Eggs Benedict. I have used sous vide cooking for almost every protein known to man (or woman), but I hadn’t tried eggs yet. To be honest, I was a little unsure if they would actually turn out superior to the traditional poaching method. Boy, was I mistaken…