Spring has sprung and we’re all thinking of lighter foods these days. A couple weekends ago, I was chatting with my dear friend..
Wanting a little something to spice up a weeknight meal? Try adding a little sauce to it! It is amazing what dumping a few ingredients..
Ceviche – the beloved seafood dish originating from Peru and is now enjoyed all over the world. We have had variations from South..
Also known by another name, Eggs in Purgatory, this dish is so wonderful it can be enjoyed for any meal – breakfast, lunch or dinner!..
There is something about a fall harvest salad that wonderfully bridges the gap between light summer salads and hearty winter dishes...
Sometimes you just need to mix things up. I tried this roasted broccoli and curried yogurt at a restaurant recently and was hooked. It’s..
I had a similar dish in a restaurant a few weeks ago, and I just couldn’t stop thinking about it. The balance of the nutty/bitter tahini..
There is something about wild, fresh salmon with a tropical fruit salsa that really just feels like summer. Easy enough for a weeknight,..
Now, Salmon en Papillote sounds really fancy, but it truly is just Salmon in a parchment paper packet. This not only has a great..
This is one of those things I had made a while ago, but had forgotten how easy they really are. Most enchiladas are filled with meats and..
What do you do when fall is pending and you have a ton of parsley left in the garden? Make chimichurri of course! Originally from South..
Breakfast! The most important meal of the day. According to multiple sources on the web (No, not including Wikipedia) some of the..
Summer is here in all of it’s warm and delicious glory and we can’t get enough (our use enough) of fresh fruit and veggies! Our vegetable..
Now that nice weather is here to stay, lets celebrate the beginning of summer with a classic Caprese Salad. This classic Italian dish is..
Spring is finally here, Yes! Winter has finally left the party (good riddance to that buzz-kill). It has finally stopped snowing and now..
Venison (a.k.a meat from game animals like deer, moose or elk) is not very common in your average North American grocery store. But, if..
I am obsessed with scallops. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE bacon wrapped scallops, but they are so much more, even without bacon. I consider..
Kohlrabi – it’s interesting to spell and a just as interesting a cross-over vegetable. From the broccoli/cabbage family, it is similar to..
So I think we can all agree that bacon makes everything better. You know what makes bacon dishes even better? When you use the fat to..