Nobody thinks they’re going to be the kid with the weird childhood stories, but then you grow up and realize all the ways your experience was a little outside the “normal” box. Chili, for me, is one of those things. For as long as I can remember eating chili, I remember my Mom making herself […]
Doesn’t the Italian language make “Pasta and Beans” sound like a ballet? What began as a humble peasant dish has made its way around the world and onto many restaurant menus. After tasting a few, I decided some time ago to create my own.
Wondering what’s for dinner this week? Here are five recipes I tried recently, all of which I consider keepers! These are pretty darn quick and absolutely worth adding to the dinner rotation. This was so rich and comforting, and perfect for all of those rainy Florida afternoons. Up your cozy game by serving it in […]
Baked Potato Soup isn’t really a summer meal, I’ll admit, but it worked wonderfully with my meal plan this week, and hey, all the vegetables in it grow year-round. Plus if you eat it next to a bunch of parsley in a mason jar, then it feels fresh and vibrant and summery, so there, problem […]
In fashion they say that jewel tones are universal colors—meaning everyone looks good in them. Perhaps that is why I am so drawn to them even in the context of food. Colors so rich and vibrant look appealing in any season, but I think most especially in winter. Not only is this stew warm and […]