Archive for July, 2012
What an easy dish ~ Simple Five Spice Flank Steak with Shiitakes, Peppers, Onions!
My dad has always loved fruits with meats, and I’m late to the party on this one, but am now sold. The cherries have been amazing this season and with the saltiness/smokiness of the pork, […]
It is amazing how good homemade sausage is. I’ve made a maple-sage breakfast bulk sausage in the past, but casing your own sausage is such a different and fun beast! Grill this with some great veggies and […]
This was fun ~ my first time stuffing sausage casings. You definitely have to have patience with this (which I generally have little of). But I was determined to do this. If you are a […]
This is so easy to make and gives so much flavor! I didn’t have fresh dill in my fridge, so I used dried; however, this would be great with fresh herbs (of your choosing). This […]
These are small pizzas perfect for a group of people or a picky family. You have more opportunity with smaller pizzas to give variety to the toppings…everyone is happy! Crust: 4 cups riced cauliflower (see below) […]
These Easy-Peasy Melonsicles are just pure natural sweetness…my kids love this one and I don’t feel guilty if they have a couple in a row!
Once a week I roast a chicken and then make broth from the carcass. Sometimes, I have a difficult time coming up with a new soup that I want to make, but today was easy. Our farmer’s […]
I’ve been wanting to try cooking fish in parchment for years. In my mid-twenties, I went to a Hiking Spa for a week and on one of the nights, we received a private session with […]
Sometimes Turkey Sliders can get a little dry, so I thought I’d half it with ground pork. Also, I came across these beautiful green figs so I thought I’d try a relish (salsa) with this […]