The holidays are coming and I am getting excited to start planning my appetizers. Polenta is a delicious and gluten free dish that I always seem to forget about but then rediscover when I am served it at restaurants. It is so easy to prepare and so satisfying with cheese or anything else you’d like to pile on. You may be stressed to host your holiday events so cut some time and effort corners with this simple app. Enjoy!
In a previous recipe post I wrote about homemade tater tots. I made so many that I had a need for the leftover ones! I added them to a kale inspired egg strata and the results were great. Feel free to use store bought tater tots or none at all. Enjoy!
I don’t know about you, but I LOVE tater tots. I never eat them, however, because they usually have a lot of unwanted ingredients. I decided to make my own one day and, to my surprise, they rivaled the frozen ones. Best of all, my kids loved them. I hope you do, too!
Looking for a new recipe for your upcoming BBQs and potlucks? Try this new sophisticated twist on everyone’s favorite artichoke dip. The lemons give it a surprising tangy zing.
Are you looking for a HUGE recipe to feed a crowd that is not the typical pizza go-to? I created this with two friends for a middle school chili fest. We contributed to a chili party for 280 people and everyone enjoyed it. I hope you do, too!
What says “family dinner” more than a roast chicken? I’ll tell you what; A REALLY easy roast chicken! As long as you are not squeamish placing lemons into the cavity, this chicken will be the most simple and flavorful that you have made. Adding some potatoes in the casserole dish will allow you to have your side dish already prepared without doing any extra work. Heck, throw in some carrots and you are a true chef! Enjoy!
While watching a football game or entertaining a lot of people, there is no need to make chili…again! How about a flavorful and simple Thai curry? This one pot meal just needs to be accompanied by rice and you are good to go. Feel free to make it vegetarian or with seafood or chicken as well. Enjoy!
I was hosting a dinner party last weekend and had just a bit of ricotta and half of a loaf of french bread that I feared would go stale if I didn’t move on it quickly. A few minutes later, with a bit of thought and a quick glance in the fridge, these tasty hors d’oeuvres were created to the delight of my guests. I hope you enjoy them as much as we did. They are a keeper!
Passover is coming! Whether you celebrate this holiday or just attend a Seder, make sure to include this dessert recipe in your repertoire from here on out. It is simple and can be made in advance to avoid last minute stress.
Are you overwhelmed when zucchini comes into your home because there is either too much of it and/or you are at a loss for what to do with it? Well, I hope this recipe will make a dent in your supply. Enjoy!