When you want homemade bread, but you don’t have the time or patience to wait for yeast to work its magic, […]
Tag: fresh herbs
One of my favorite ways to ensure tenderness when it comes to cooking a protein (almost any type), is to first give the meat a little splash of balsamic vinegar, and then let it sit for about 20 minutes before cooking.
That’s my trick, and it’s one that lends a tenderness (and slight sweetness) to this recipe for Christmas Pork Roast with Cranberry Relish Glaze.
If you’ve been on a potato free diet (been there, done that), then close your eyes and pretend these are mushrooms instead. LOL. Just kidding.
The truth of the matter is, these Roasted Baby Potatoes with Garlic & Fresh Herbs will make you rethink that whole doing without potatoes thing…and rightly so!
Consider today the first day of the rest of your Boursin cheese life! This 10 minute recipe for Garlic Herb Homemade Boursin Cheese Spread is a game changer!
I’m sharing this recipe for Savory Pumpkin Sage Biscuits in honor of #PumpkinWeek 2017. I’ve paired the pumpkin with the subtle woodsy flavor of fresh sage, but feel free to substitute a different fresh herb or even dried herbs from your pantry. However, If you choose to use a dried herb, cut back on the quantity you use as the flavor of dried herbs are considerably stronger than their fresh counterparts.
There are so many terrific convenience products in the grocery store, and as I’ve always been drawn to the produce department in particular, some of my favorite products are from a company called Gourmet Garden. The recipe I’m sharing today for Roasted Red Potatoes with Lemongrass, Garlic & Cilantro takes advantage of two of their products.
Imagine if you will, deeply caramelized onions (cooked in a slow cooker) with red wine, butter, beef broth and thyme until they’re sweet and pungent. The onions are stuffed into large, perfectly cooked pasta shells until they’re practically overflowing. The stuffed shells are then layered on top of toasted, garlicky French bread, topped with an abundant mixture of grated Swiss, and Gruyere cheeses, and popped into the oven, so the cheese melts into a blanket of golden, gooey, goodness…Be still my French onion loving heart!
When it comes to Thanksgiving turkey, skip the brining, people! It’s messy, time consuming, and simply not necessary. This simple recipe for Better Than Brined Balsamic Basted Herbed Butter Turkey will beat the pants off of a brined turkey with absolutely no fuss, and no muss!
Since I found this recipe for Focaccia Muffins in one of my favorite cookbooks for lower-fat, lower-calorie cooking called “Eat More […]
I made this tart with tomatoes from the our local farmers market. While the tomatoes were good, I can only imagine how […]