Linda and I would like to wish you a Blessed and Happy New Year!!! See you Thursday!
Heidi and I would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
Today we are revisiting two recipes perfect for this Holiday….See you in the New Year!
Linda & Heidi
With all the business of the Christmas Holiday I’ve been engaged with so many activities that cooking has not been a priority. Therefore, today I’ll be revisiting a simple salad that I make for Christmas every year. I hope you enjoy it again…next time I’m making it with fresh apricots and brie wrapped in bacon or pancetta… Continue reading
I recently made these delicious cookies again for a Christmas Cookie Exchange…they were a huge hit! If you haven’t given them a try you really should…they’re the best. Continue reading
This has got to be one of the easiest breakfasts to prepare. Layer it all in a little mason jar, screw on the lid and pop in the fridge overnight. I added chocolate chips to these little gems but you can add anything – blueberries, strawberries, raspberries; use different types of yogurts, even drizzle on some honey…whatever you want…they all end up delicious! Continue reading
My Hubby and I love Calamari. We especially love to have it sautéed. Mostly because it’s a healthier version vs the fried kind. Also it’s hit or miss when you do order it fried. Now it’s something we just make at home. It’s a way to ensure you’re getting just what you want. It doesn’t matter what you eat it with, but I served ours with an Orzo Florentine. Enjoy a super satisfying and super healthy way to have your Calamari and eat it too! Continue reading
Happy Holidays! Today I am revisiting one of our favorite meals during the Christmas season…Enjoy! Continue reading
I was watching a show about appetizers and the host used simple artichokes in oil and tossed them in bread crumbs then baked them… Well all I could think was, Why stop there! So I took them one step further and wrapped them in Pancetta and then added them to a salad for a great lunch! Continue reading
One of my favorite things about Thanksgiving is using up the leftovers. I don’t know why I wait all year to make Tetrazzini but every year that’s what happens. It’s just one of those comfort foods you think about after Thanksgiving. Well, here’s my version. Continue reading