4 Ingredient Maple Honey Roasted Carrots in Bacon As I was sitting and thinking about Easter and all of the wonderful foods we usually prepare, it occurred to me that I prepare pretty much the same thing every year. Ham, cheesy potatoes, dinner rolls, cute little treats and snacks and all of the Spring decor […]
Spinach Artichoke Pull-A-Part Bread How would you like to wow your guests with this beautiful sunflower shaped spinach artichoke pull a part bread? Think it’s too complicated? Too time-consuming? What if I told you it’s not and I can show you how to break this recipe down and fit in your time frame? Interested? Read […]
Southwestern Waffle Poutine Guess what you guys!? International Waffle Day is March 25th! Who even knew there was such a thing? I can tell you that I didn’t until a few years ago and I’ll tell you what….I need more waffles in my life. Doesn’t everyone? I was the waffle girl as a child. I […]
11 Insanely Awesome Poultry Recipes You Need In Your Life Today is National Poultry Day! Can I get an Amen?! Whether you’re celebrating today with amazing chicken recipes or it’s the weeknight and you’re looking for something different to do with your chicken, you have come to the right place! We have curated some of […]
Not So Old Fashioned Cod Cakes with Lemon Dill Sauce Ahhhh Cod Cakes…. or fish cake? Old Fashioned Cod Cake? Not to be confused with the crab cake, which I absolutely adore however due to a late onset allergy can no longer enjoy without the constant fear of a trip to the emergency room. Alas, […]
Herbed Sockeye Salmon with Roasted Beet Mash We love salmon in this house. Well, I should say that my son loves salmon. Yesterday was his birthday and since it’s hard to celebrate during the week, we did dinner at home. Enter Herbed Sockeye Salmon with Roasted Beet Mash. The combination of fresh dill works beautifully […]
The Best Irish Stew for St. Patrick’s Day Beautiful and fresh ingredients for traditional Irish Stew. What a beautiful picture to look at. Stew is a dish that has been in existence for centuries dating back to the ancient Romans. Mutton, being the traditional protein used to make Irish Stew, is not as commonly used […]
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