Crispy Beef & Caramelized Onion Flatbread

Sometimes we head over to the Cinder Bar, a local eatery & bar for a quick bite to eat. I will usually order the Short Rib & Caramelized Onion Flatbread. It’s a really tasty pizza…so recently, when I had some leftover Vaca Frita I decided to make my version at home for lunch…delicious! It’s great for a tasty lunch or in place of Friday night’s pizza… Continue reading

Tri Colored Roasted Carrots

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I love the variety of colors you can get from the world of vegetables. My hubby and I are committed to non GMO’s in our garden and in our refrigerator as often as we are able. It’s amazing the plethora of different varieties within the same family¬†of veggies. So much different today than the plain veggies we had growing up. Continue reading

Smoked Gouda Mac & Cheese With A Caramelized Onion and Dijon Mustard Crust

Smoked Gouda Mac & Cheese With A Caramelized Onion and Dijon Mustard Crust 2
I have said it before and I will say it again… I love Mac & Cheese! I have so many crazy ways floating around in my head about how I believe it would be good that I’ve made a long list to experiment. When they make the cut, I will share them with you. Well, this one surely did! And it’s a perfect edition for our Meatless Monday series not to mention our Mac & Cheese Mondays… Continue reading

Porterhouse Steak with Caramelized Onions & Rosemary

Porterhouse Steak with Caramelized Onions & Rosemary

Meatlovers beware! This recipe is to die for! I ordered this Porterhouse steak 21 days ago and asked my butcher to dry-age it until I came to pick it up…It was pricey but oh so worth it! What a beautiful steak. If you ever get a chance I really recommend asking your butcher for dry-aged cuts. Anything from 14-21 days is perfect. Searing all that flavor using intense heat and topping with caramelized onions…so don’t need to go to a steak house for this one… Continue reading

Don’t Throw Away That Sauce!

pizza4I never throw away the leftover sauces from my dishes. Even if I only have a little, they are like little flavor bombs to be used in all sorts of ways. Today’s lunch consisted of Naan bread topped with sauces from last week. I reserve them in little containers and freeze them to be recreated another day. No waste! When you put love into your food, throwing away a great sauce is like throwing away something you treasure. Just for this reason, you will see me finding creative ways to serve up that little morsel of goodness.

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