If you have been paying attention a little, I’m currently on a salmon dinner kick. And really — why not salmon?! It’s so easy to prepare, very versatile and ALWAYS delicious. This salmon bowl recipe came together in under 25 minutes, used only one pan and made use of my summer garden shishito peppers, a couple of over-ripe plums and a neglected apple.
Whether it’s the first words in months or the first words in a newly minted friendship, this cake is ready for that responsibility. Moist and flavorful with just the proper balance of spice to apple to cake ratio. And let’s not kid ourselves – as good as the cake is – it’s really all about the icing. This quick salted caramel icing could be a blog post of it’s own – but since I’ve been quiet for so long and you’re still here, you deserve 2 recipes!
Gingerbread Man Banana Pudding – The subtle whisper of maple sirup mingled with the gingerbread spices and that glorious gingerbread salted caramel drizzle on top — I do believe this pudding is even better than the original!
Pecan Pie Cobblers in a jar! The buttery cake top and gooey pecan pie filling are the absolute perfect combination of textures and flavors all baked together in cute little jars.
With just 3 ingredients and 6 minutes, this Vegetable Soup is the perfect ‘fast food’ way to get your daily dose of delicious vegetables. With so little effort, you’ll be surprised at just how delicious this SINGLE SERVE recipe is!
This Salmon Tomato Chowder is everything I hoped, tenderly cooked salmon married with the intense, well-developed flavors of hearty tomato chowder.
Curry Chicken Vegetable Soup is one of ‘those’ recipes that’s crammed with flavor, so very comforting and still so simple to make. If I’ve prepped my fridge correctly, this soup will be ready to eat in as fast as 20 minutes.
If you’re anything like me, this month is full of goals. Eating better, spending less, more intentional with time…can you relate? Well, one of the ways I position myself for success is with dinnertime and this Chicken Thigh Taco Bowl recipe is a significant step in the right direction — click on the recipe to see why!
I love how delicious and useful this Taco soup is! The perfect way to use up leftover squash, broth and beans and provides a delicious meal!
Cambozola and Cherry Jam Puff Pastry Knots!! These little bites of puff pastry deliciousness are a breeze to make and every bit as delicious!
Thanksgiving Sheet Pan Dinner!! For me – and I’d imagine you’ll agree, one of the BEST parts of Thanksgiving Dinner is the assortment and collection and combination of flavors and foods. Swirls of cinnamon with whispers of garlic, sprinkles of herbs and drips of maple, roasted, caramelized edges of cooked meats and tart cranberries. And just look – it’s all there – and in such a beautiful, manageable assembly.
Creamy Paprika Chicken and Rice is inspired by my recent trip to South-Central Europe where the influence of paprika ((in numerous varieties)) dominates. I L-O-V-E this recipe so much – not only is it a one pan meal but it uses a shortlist basic ingredients and simple techniques and the best part?! Everyone loves it!
I hesitate to even share my recipe for these SIMPLE SHRIMP CAKES.But, while whipping up this QUICK meal, it occurred to me – this is TOO GOOD NOT TO SHARE. Actually the hardest part of this recipe is already done for you.