Yesterday was Cinco de Mayo. Yes, I know that Cinco de Mayo is more of an Americanized holiday, but I love the flavors of Mexican food so much that an excuse to consume I just can’t deny. And consume I did! As you can tell […]
Well, it’s about that time of year. Time to shake up the margarita’s and dig into the guacamole! Cinco de Mayo is just a few weeks away, and that means getting ready to fiesta with all my favorite flavors. Here I’m sharing an old favorite of mine, my recipe for Mexican Street Corn Salsa. Inspired, of course, by everyone’s favorite “loaded” cobs of corn that are smothered with thick mayo sauce and seasonings.
I’ve never been much of a waffles-for-breakfast person. Mostly because I prefer savory breakfasts over sweet ones. However, a few years ago I invested in a waffle maker for catering brunches and it’s come in extremely handy. After all, lots of people love waffles, right? […]
Friends, listen up….remember that post I did a few weeks ago with my creamy cauliflower alfredo recipe? Then, remember this post I did talking about how much I love asparagus and asparagus season? Well, I had a genius moment when I was recipe testing all […]
With springtime in bloom, I realize people are probably craving summer-fitness foods more than sweet-tooth snacks, but I recently received a recipe that apparently was my grandmothers. My grandma Birdie apparently made really awesome blondies, so good in fact that my mom and my aunt were reminiscing about them a few weeks ago wondering if anyone still had the recipe. The reason this is a big deal to me, and the reason I keep using the word “apparently”, is because growing up from third grade through college my grandma Birdie lived with me and my mom. Yet, I don’t remember her baking anything…ever! So, imagine my surprise!
Ok, so FULL DISCLOSURE – this is NOT a vegan recipe. I realize that nowadays seeing creamy cauliflower Alfredo one might instantly assume the cauliflower is made to be creamy in order to stand in for the cream and butter you would normally find in an Alfredo recipe. Well, not today, folks. I happen to love cauliflower and Alfredo, so in my recipe-developer brain it’s only natural for me to put the two together. Who’s with me?!?
Recently, I saw a video posted on Instagram by Pinch of Yum for really-easy-looking homemade chocolate cups with peanut butter. I was instantly intrigued. Immediately I thought of a client of mine who I try to make treats for every now and then, but the […]