I love Thanksgiving! It’s probably my favorite cooking holiday. I enjoy being with my immediate and extended family while I’m preparing the dinner. It’s actually a two day process for me; baking the day before and most of the cooking action occuring on Thanksgiving Day. This year is different because of the pandemic. I won’t see my extended family and that makes me sad. It … Continue reading Quarantine Sheet Pan Thanksgiving Dinner for Two
I love zucchini and my husband does not. Now that’s a problem! He grew up eating veggies that were boiled to death and tasteless. I understand…I’d hate zucchini too and any veggie that was made that way. How could I get him to branch out and try zucchini? Of course! Put it in a fritter. I think any veggie in a fritter can work. I … Continue reading Zucchini Fritters
Don’t ask me how or why, but some how I came home from Whole Foods with farro. What is this grain and what am I going to do with it? Well from the package front it says that farro is a good source of fiber. Okay…that’s good. More research…I found out that farro is an ancient grain (in the wheat family) that has been around … Continue reading Farro? What’s that?
This is one of my absolute favorite summer time salads. It’s really quite easy to make and your family will love it. It’s perfect for a hot summer night or taking to a BBQ. I try to make this when the ingredients are in season for the best possible flavors. Corn, Avocado and Tomato Salad with Honey Lime Dressing: 1 pint organic grape tomatoes sliced … Continue reading Corn, Avocado, and Tomato Salad – A Summer Delight