I’m still on vacation so here’s another delicious summer recipe from the archives! This savory summer cobbler is basically a kind of play on ratatouille with a big tray of roasted vegetables and savory southern style biscuit topping to soak up all the flavorful juices. Enjoy it!
There’s a big fireworky weekend coming up. Traditional fare is grilling. May I suggest taking a cue from our southern friends and making pulled pork? Keep reading
If this Sunday sees you hosting a gathering of football lovers, may I recommend these deviled eggs? They are a little more fuss than dumping out a bag of chips and dip, but they won’t leave you feeling gross and everyone will be impressed. Plus you need something to do while you wait for the game to start, right? You can even flavor them to honor your favorite team! For the patriots, the classic, mustard with a little pickle, for the Seahawks, maybe a little smoked salmon and dill? Eat well, even on game day. Keep reading
In an attempt to be organized and save myself time I had boiled some potatoes and then put them in the fridge, ready to eat when hunger struck. This is generally a great thing to do with root vegetables that need cooking before you can eat them. If you have them ready to go, you’re more likely to reach for them rather than going for the crackers or something.
Unfortunately, we haven’t been home much so my potatoes ended up languishing and were on the verge of going off one night when a burrito craving struck me. Rather than going out to buy a burrito or a bunch of extra ingredients I decided I could make a great burrito out of what I had around, including the potatoes. Keep reading