These green chile and cheddar quesadillas are a great snack or a quick meal, and you can add pretty much anything to them! To make ’em cheaper, use fresh, homemade tortillas. Keep reading
Snack time! Try this pan fried toast topped with caramelized onion and cheddar. If you’re hanging around the house on a chilly afternoon and want your house to smell amazing consider making some caramelized onions. Make a big batch so you can have them on lots more than just these lovely toasts. They’re a great topping for all kinds of savory foods. Keep reading
Squash is almost the perfect vegetable for soup: it’s flavorful and has a divinely smooth texture when cooked and puréed. Serve this lightly curried squash soup to people who think they don’t like squash or curry, and you’ll change some minds. You can substitute any winter squash for the butternut; I just like butternut because it’s faster to peel and chop than its many cousins, and often has fewer seeds in the middle so you get more delicious flesh.
Cauliflower cheese is a classic side dish in Great Britain: creamy, cheesy sauce over cauliflower, baked in the oven until the edges get crunchy and bubbly. It’s like a healthier and more flavorful version of macaroni and cheese. Alternatively, try this with broccoli or cooked winter squash—everyone will love it. Great as a side dish for a big meal like Thanksgiving too.