This time of year I pretty much add nuts and cranberries to almost any dish I make. I combined simple orzo pasta with some of my favorite ingredients helping to create an incredibly flavorful and easy dish you can add to your holiday table.
This recipe is a two-part recipe of sorts. But don’t let that intimidate you. It’s actually quite easy to put together. When I was searching for recipes on how to make acorn squash this is by far the most popular way to eat them. If you like butternut squash, like I do, you’ll be in for a treat with these.
All I can say is I wish I had known how to do this sooner! Until recently I cooked my corn stovetop. I would boil them in salted water anywhere from 15-20 minutes, depending on how many I had to […]
I don’t know about you but I get tired of making the same old salads so I’m always looking for simple ways to jazz up an otherwise boring salad. Some of my favorite ingredients are brought together to make this awesome meal; fennel, grapefruit, arugula, goat cheese and walnuts!
Spending hours on end in the kitchen after a long day is the last thing I want to do. This pasta dish is extremely easy and an amazing crowd pleaser.
Is it a salad, salsa or a dip?… As with most of the recipes I post this one is simple and easy. The ingredients are readily available in most grocers or may already be in your pantry. Tip; I prefer to use large caribbean […]
If you ever feel rushed to get dinner done this is a super easy go-to dish that is sure to please everyone and get you out of the kitchen in no time flat!
There’s just something about a particular food that can deliver multiple flavors at once. Behold these amazing fig, goat cheese and honey crostinis!