This is a great way to make fish. This will work with any dense fish like salmon or mahi mahi or even tuna. I like to do this in the winter when I can't get to my snow covered grill. A great wine to pair with this is a pinot noir--I'm partial to Schug.
I just recently introduced Paul to Bok Choy. He had never even heard of it. I was really happy with his reaction. I thought this was delicious. This is a great side dish to a marinated flank steak and pairs well with a nice Riesling.
This recipe might sound strange... who ever thought of using mayo on a grilled cheese instead of butter?? Try it, you'll see. It makes a great crunch on the bread. And you can use fat free mayo... I don't think fat free butter exists. I haven't found a cheese I don't like with this sanwich. You can also switch up the meat.
I could eat this stuff by the bucket load!! It’s spicy and sweet and is the perfect match for fish or chicken. This is a great summer recipe and its super easy. This recipe makes enough for 4 adults as a side dish. To make it super fruity, you could add pineapple chunks to the rice toward the end. For extra flavor, substitute chicken broth for the water.
A wonderful way to kick off the winter season. This is a family favorite. You could top this with either a white sauce or a red sauce... both work very well.
This recipe can easily be doubled. I like to make this on a Sunday night and let it sit overnight and then I don't have to cook on a Monday!
This is one of my favorite pasta dishes. I don't make pasta very often, but whe, I do, I load it up with veggies to cut down on the guilt. I never use frozen veggies for this dish because I find they get mushy during the cooking process. It seems like a lot of ingredients, but it really is quite easy.
This fantastic cookie is one of my favorites. Its chewy AND crunchy. I have to make a lot of these at a time because they get eaten up fast by my family. I suggest mixing the whole thing by hand so you don't break up the cereal.
I put this in the crock pot before work sometimes. Its nice to know there is a hot meal waiting for you at home. After a busy day, its a welcome treat! I used a boneless pork loin roast but any cut will probably do. At the end, take some of the liquid and make a home made gravy to complete it. Then all you need is a loaf of crusty bread and VIOLA!!! Dinner
These burritos were made with left over pork we had from a pig roast. The meat was roasted over an open fire at low heat for 10 hours, so it was smoky and fantastic, but you could use any kind of pulled pork. Check out the recipe for my own BBQ sauce, its a fantastic combo. I like to serve this with salsa, sour cream and sliced olives
I am not a big fan of pancakes, but my family is. We had some buttermilk in the fridge to use up, so this is the pancake recipe we made. Some I made plain and some we added blueberries and bananas to. Makes 16 large pancakes.
This recipe takes the cake!! I love it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Best with fresh blueberries, but frozen will do too. Always coat the blueberries in flour before adding them to the mixture. I don't know why, but my mother taught me that.
This recipe is perfect for picnics and eating outdoors since there is no mayonnaise. A perfect addition to any backyard barbecue, this salad can be made a day in advance, but add feta cheese and basil right before serving.
This recipe works best in the food processor. I find that this recipe is grainy if you use roasted red peppers from a jar. This dip goes well with tortilla chips, raw vegetables, or even as a replacement for mayonnaise on your favorite sandwich. Every time I make this, at least 1 person asks for the recipe!