The stay at home order has really shaken our lives up. I guess we’ve decided that the 2 day process of making homemade bagels from scratch is in fact easier than the 2 day process of another grocery pickup order.
I love cooking in my cast iron skillet, I have the Lodge 10.25 inch Cast Iron Skillet. It’s such an affordable pan, lasts a lifetime, and is so versatile for so many recipes. It’s especially great in the winter as
Italian Subs with Giardiniera have turned into our family’s favorite sandwich and a perfect weeknight dinner to pair with oven fries or grilled or roasted veggies. The homemade giardiniera gives these subs its classic Italian flavor with just a quick
We are having a grazing appetizer menu for a quiet New Year’s Eve party at home with 2 kids – we may do the countdown at 7pm. This is the third way I have posted meatballs, and they are all
French Dip Sandwiches are an easy weeknight staple in our house. The kids pick out the onions of course, but love dunking them in the sauce. A perfect quick dinner when paired with one of our favorite sides. Print Easy
I love the hints of sweetness that marry so nicely in this one pot pork roast. The sweet potato, onions, and apples all get sweeter when slow cooked and the maple syrup just deepens the flavor to balance them perfectly.
March in Minnesota means long gone are the tomato basil pizza’s of summer. I’m roasting a ton of winter veggies (extras can be eaten for lunch) for a hearty cold weather version. Ricotta cheese is the “sauce” but any of
I hesitated to post these, I thought, who wants to see baked potatoes? Then I thought, no, these are awesome, they are homemade, everyone likes them right down to the high chair, these are the real food we grew up
More snow, more soup. This soup is only a few ingredients, healthy, delicious and your blender does all the work. Soup and sandwich night is always a favorite at our house, we had BLT’s tonight. When daddy and toddler both
My favorite chef to watch on pbs Saturday mornings is Jacques Pepin. This recipe is a modification of one I found in his book “The Apprentice,” the story of his life as a young boy working his way through restaurants and