We're on a gnocchi kick lately thanks to Food Network & Cooking Light Magazine. Obviously, they are coming out with cozy fall and winter recipes and gnocchi seems to be the center of their attention.Read More
I've made this recipe several times over the past few years and each time it gets harder and harder not to go back for seconds and even thirds.
Again, I don't know why I haven't added this recipe to the blog yet since it's one that is easy to make, requires ingredients that you almost always will have on hand, and it tastes good every time.Read More
You know those days when you're running around working, Christmas shopping, cleaning the house, doing laundry, etc. and the last thing you want to do is make something that takes an hour to cook and prep?Read More
I've been sticking to making our "classic" dishes lately since we haven't felt too adventurous with meal times. This Sirloin & Tomato Tortellini recipe is another one my mother-in-law gave me back in the day. She definitely has some great ones, and she recently gave me two more to try, so stay tuned!Read More
There's been a heat advisory in effect for our city for what feels like a month, but I think it's only been a few days. When you walk outside your face feels like it's melting slowly, your body instantly starts to perspire, your cheeks turn red. Ah... summer in Texas... Gotta love it, gotta hate it.Read More
Before I get started on tonight's recipe, I'd like to give a shout out to my Aunt Linda for trying the Apricot Chicken recipe I posted last week. It looked amazing! She paired it with rice and sautéed spinach, which I will definitely have to do next time I make it. For all those who haven't had a chance to whip it up, tonight is the night!Read More