It's Martha Stewart. Need I say more? I was extremely excited to find out I get to review this book, I know that its been out a little over a month, but it's still exciting. I am a huge huge huge Martha Stewart lover. I used to watch her show all the time, I said … Continue reading Vegetables from Martha.
This is one of those one pot meals that really hit home. Its filling, and the cream cheese adds just the perfect amount of creaminess. The recipie says to serve immediately and there is no joke about it, the pasta soaks up all the water and broth and it becomes a sticky mess. Still delicious, … Continue reading One Pot Meal: Tomato Pasta
Here is another recipe I found on Oh Sweet Basil, for some poppyseed chicken. I didnt put too much poppyseed onto the casserole, not many people like it, and those little balls get stuck in your teeth......It is also my no means a health option. You can always half the recipe so it's not so … Continue reading Eating: Poppyseed Chicken Casserole.
Vegetable soup is one of those soups that are versatile. Chicken soup must have chicken, tomato soup has tomatoes, the list can go on. BUT, vegetable soup can have meats in it, different broths, different vegetables, added tomatoes, spices, and herbs. Its a never ending list. This soup was fun to create, and easy to … Continue reading Feeling Veggie?
What is better than tacos? Not much. But these Ranch Chicken Tacos come in close. It's simple to follow, not expense to make, and taste great! Ricky wasn't having it, since i said tacos and he saw chicken. But he did eat it, with a small amount of toppings on it! Adapted From: Real … Continue reading Ranch chicken tacos
The London Cookbook by Aleksandra Crapanzano This book is the adventures of the author Aleksandra Crapanzano in London.In search of tahini cookies, she ended up with a fantastic book filled with delicious recipes. It has so many dishes from the top restaurants, cafes, and hole in the walls. I couldn't wait to try some of these! … Continue reading Where in London?
Cuba! Recipes and Stories from the Cuban Kitchen by Dan Goldberg, Andrea Kuhn, and Jody Eddy is almost a scrapbook of their trip to Cuba. They worked on this project for over 5 years, and honestly I wouldn't have that kind of patience. It was a great read,even without the recipes. As they recall their experience … Continue reading Cooking in Cuba!
There are endless leftovers during thanksgiving. I know for our friends giving last year we sent each person home with enough for 2 meals. It is better to have too much instead of not enough. I am going to try to make a pizza with my leftovers this year. Until then, here are 100 different … Continue reading Leftovers.
It's almost time to bring out the fancy dishes, and the fabric tablecloths. A time when you can express all day how thankful you are for everything in your life. Then a few hours later, go crazy to buy things you don't need. Yes, I am a black Friday shopper, proud of it. I really do … Continue reading Thanksgiving Week.
Welcome to the last day of Soup Week. Here is the last soup: Veggie and Noodle Soup. Ingredients 2 1/2 Tbsp olive oil 4 cloves garlic, minced 3 (14.5 oz) cans chicken broth or vegetable broth 2 cans diced tomatoes (undrained) 1 box of noodles. I used these little ones. I think elbow would be … Continue reading Soup Week Day 7 : Veggie & Noodle Soup