I love pasta! But I am really not into tomatoes, so I am always on the quest to come up with new pasta sauces which do not include tomatoes in the sauce. The other night I created a delicious sauce updating a typical aglio e olio (garlic and olive oil) to include some baby kale.
As the weather is turning colder I find myself wanting to use my grill a few more times before it requires putting on boots and a coat to do some grilling. I picked up some salmon, which happened to be on sale and put together a delicious dinner!
Scallops are the fast thing I seem to make, and also the easiest. They literally are placed in a hot pan with oil for a minute and then flipped and cooked another minute. So if you, like me, like to have some quick weeknight dinners to pull out of your back pocket here is another oneRead more
Sometimes I feel like a broken record when I talk about my love for quick and easy weeknight dinners. But I really love discovering those recipes which don’t necessarily taste like they were a simple dish to throw together. This next recipe is just that!
One pot wonder meals, they seem to be the modern day once loved, now loathed casserole. The idea for one pot wonder meals is simple, cook your entire meal using only one pot! For kitchens without dishwashers, like my own, one pot wonders mean quick and easy clean up! If you look on the internetRead more
I have to say I really like fast yet flavorful recipes during the week. This next one I think is the fasted that I’ve ever made and is now in my regular rotation. It comes from the cookbook Frame by Frame Quick & Easy by Parragon Books Ltd. I bought it originally because I likedRead more
I have to admit when I opened the next cookbook in line and saw the recipe tagged I wasn’t that excited. It seemed kind of blah but as soon as I took my first bite I immediately was happy with the results! The cookbook the recipe came from is The Minimalist Cooks Dinner by MarkRead more