I saw this cake on the most recent cover of Everyday Food Magazine and said to myself, “I just have to make that.” I was
Jump to recipe Thanksgiving is just around the corner (like next week) and cranberry sauce, as much as you may love it or hate it,
This is my favorite bread to make and give during the Holidays. Cranberries and oranges always remind me of the Holidays, and when I bake up this bread my house smells like Christmas.
Eli and Zoe rated this dish a 10+++. John and I literally devoured it, so it ranked high with us as well. This is definitely a recipe that is going to be made again and again in our house. Moms, this is an easy throw together pasta for those busy weeknights.
Here’s a pasta staple at our house, Penne a la Vodka! This dish is a classic in my book and it’s SO delicious. The best part about this recipe is that I usually have everything on hand to make it, which makes it an easy dinner fill in.
I use to hate Brussels sprouts, especially ones that were boiled. They were sodden and vaguely buttered and hard to chew. Then I tried them roasted, and I was converted.
I love that I can make soup ahead of time and then re-heat it later for dinner or for lunch throughout the week. Soup is just so uncomplicated, pure and so darn easy to make. Once you make a homemade soup, you will never go back to the canned variety.
Jump to recipe Here’s an easy & simple weeknight winter soup that’s not only kid approved, but vegan and dairy-free, if you omit the parmesan
Jump to recipe Want to get your kids to try and love cauliflower? Then try roasting it. We all want to get more veggies into
Jump to recipe I just love fall. The air starts to get crisp and the nights get shorter, I crave afternoon chai tea, comfort food,