Hot, hearty, comforting and utterly delicious! Beef Stew for a Crowd is best when made in advance, which is perfect for […]
When purchasing vegetables and herbs for homemade herbed chicken stock, it’s best (and healthiest) to keep them all organic, if possible. When it comes to choosing organic poultry, you’ll find that you get even more flavor out of a smaller organic chicken than a larger non-organic chicken, which makes buying organic easier on your wallet than you may have thought.
Lightly caramelized, and deliciously flavorful, these Oven Roasted Carrots, Broccoli, Shallots, and Cashews are the perfect side dish to make for any meal.
Or, since it’s so satisfying, why not make it as a vegetarian meal all on its own? Whichever way you choose to serve this dish, I know you’re going to love it!
Making marzipan has been on my list of things I’ve wanted to make for years and years. Why it took me so long to make it, I’ll never know. But what I do know is now that I finally have, I’m excited to have the block of homemade marzipan wrapped and stored in my fridge to mold, sculpt, and play with whenever the whim strikes.
Here we are, well into January 2016, and this is the first healthy recipe I’m sharing with you. What the heck took me so long? I’m not sure actually, but better late than never. Right?
As soon as the seasons change, my heart and taste buds travel to the flavors of Germany.
Although I’ve never been there, it’s on my bucket list of places I dream of going. However, with recipes like this, I like to imagine myself already there. German Pork Ribs with Sauerkraut for the slow cooker.
This incredible tasting Carrot and Leek Gratin will surprise and delight your taste buds with sweet carrots, mildly pungent […]
Holiday Braised Short Ribs are cooked low and slow with fruity red wine, beef stock and a bit of prepared […]
Slow Cooker foods are what we’re all talking about in this weeks edition of #SundaySupper. If you haven’t jumped aboard […]
Roasted Parsnips & Carrots with Cardamom and Maple Syrup are a glorious mix of yellow parsnips and vibrant orange carrots which are oven roasted to a tender crisp, and then drizzled with pure maple syrup and sprinkled with spicy and sweet cardamom to finish.
Roasted Parsnips & Carrots a perfect recipe for fall (or any time of the year) and one that Mother Nature herself would be proud to serve on her own #SundaySupper table!