You all know I love a good challenge! I was so excited to be invited once again to participate in the blogger recipe challenge with JSL Foods. This year, it was to come up with a unique recipe using their brand-new line of Fortune Gluten…
Ingredient: Garlic Cloves
I love a good S.F. Stye Cioppino but for some reason, we usually only have it around the holidays. I’ve also made quite a few seafood pasta dishes. Since I love the flavors of both, I decided to create my own Seafood Cioppino Pasta.
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.
As a food blogger, there’s nothing I love more than a culinary challenge! Recently, I was invited to participate in a recipe contest for JSL Foods. I was sent Wonton & Egg roll Wrappers and asked to use culinary creativity to come up with my own recipe.
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.
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!
Salsa Verde Chicken Enchiladas are the perfect weeknight meal and packed with great flavor! Our kids love Taco Tuesday! In fact, they rarely will let a Tuesday go by without asking for tacos. Since tacos can get ho-hum (at least for some of us), I love to shake things up on Tuesday’s with another Mexican food idea.
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!