This recipe really is Food for 1998 – and it perfectly wraps up the moment where true love burst onto the scene and into my heart. Every wisp of these warm spiced and chewy molasses ginger cookies rings me back to that kitchen with that fluttery heart and that boy. I hope you’ve enjoyed meeting 24 year old Emily through this cookie story — and I hope you find a way to enjoy these cookies for your very own story!
This Lemony Farro Salad is the perfect addition to your Holiday Menu plans! Whether it’s served at Christmas Dinner or part of an all-night NYE snack fest, this simple, hearty salad is easy to assemble and so beautiful. The best part? You can make it a day ahead to cut down on all the “day of” busyness!
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!
Cambozola and Cherry Jam Puff Pastry Knots!! These little bites of puff pastry deliciousness are a breeze to make and every bit as delicious!
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!
Ham & Hatch Chili Cheddar Biscuits -A little spice, a little sweet and salty bits of ham throughout?! This tender, flavorful biscuit has every single thing I love to see on my plate (whether breakfast – lunch – or dinner!).