One of the best parts of being a member of the Secret Recipe Club is discovering new and delightful food blogs written by extremely talented people. Each month I am newly inspired and get the best ideas for different ways to approach some of my favorite dishes.
Continue reading Tex-Mex Rice with Bacon
This week for the Food Network’s #SensationalSides we are all creating recipes that utilize pantry items. I usually refer to this type of cooking inspiration as Refrigerator Diving – going through my cupboards and refrigerator/freezer, looking for ingredients that spark my creativity and discovering new meals to feed my family.
Continue reading Chile Tortilla Soup (Gluten-Free)
Easter is right around the corner and will be here before we know it. Last year I posted this closer to the holiday and some people told me that they could have used my directions but had already made their eggs and didn’t have the time to make their own natural dyes. This time around I want to give you more time to get everything you want gathered and ready.
Continue reading How to Make Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs and Dye Them for Easter
When I was single and hosting dinner parties at my house, I was always on the lookout for easy desserts that I could put together quickly. This gave me more time to prepare for company. When you are a single girl you need a lot of time to get gussied up! This Chocolate Mousse was one of my favorite desserts because I could put it together early in the day and then forget about it until dinner was done. Then all I had to do was whip the cream while the coffee was being made and we had the perfect dessert.
Continue reading Super Easy and Rich Chocolate Mousse (Gluten-Free)
When I made this meal for dinner, The Artist said, “It’s like Chicken Tetrazzini stuffed into potatoes.” It hadn’t occurred to me, but he was right. Tetrazzini sauce seasoned with delicious herbs and cheese. And it was darn good!
Continue reading Basil Chicken and Bacon Stuffed Potatoes