If you have a few extra minutes, this is a must try. I made this simple risotto for dinner with scallops during the week but it would be great for a dinner party as a side dish too. Saffron gives the risotto a great base of flavor along with a beautiful yellow color. Yes, saffronContinue reading “Risotto Milanese”
During the Summer and early Fall, there is an abundance of fresh basil and I am unable to walk past the giant bunches at our local farmers market. Basil is an herb I prefer to use fresh rather than dried and I use it often. At the top of the list for ways to useContinue reading “Basil Pesto”
I could eat Asian food every single day. So much variety and lots of options for healthy choices. Over the past few years, I’ve been making more Chinese dishes at home instead of ordering in. Don’t get me wrong, there are some dishes I will never be able to duplicate but this Chicken Veggie LoContinue reading “Chicken Veggie Lo Mein”
Every breakfast table should have these Buttermilk Waffles!
Cinnamon buns are the gift that keeps giving on a weekend morning or when you’re planning brunch. Your home will smell like you’ve been baking all day but these buns are easy and require no rising or fancy dough.
One pan meals are my go-to these days. I love being able to take a pan or skillet from the oven or stove and put it right on the table for dinner. This dish is a stepchild to Arroz con pollo, a traditional Latin chicken and rice dish with peppers, peas, etc. My family canContinue reading “Chicken and Saffron Rice”
These cruch-tastic zucchini fries are baked, not fried, so you get all the crunch and no added fat!
Take your pasta salad up a notch with this Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad!
Chicken parmigiana doesn’t have to be unhealthy – give these chicken parmigiana meatballs a try and get all the flavors of the iconic dish with less calories and mess!
Split pea soup is amazing but add a ham bone as it cooks and it’s next level!