It’s finally Fall (Yay!) and football season is in full force which means fun tailgating and parties with friends mixed with lots and lots of delicious food and drinks! My favorite time of year.… Read More Beef Enchilada Tortilla Casserole for Game Day!
Sloppy Joes have gotten a bad rap in history over the years, haven’t they? When I think of Sloppy Joes I usually revert to some bad memories of the hair netted lunch ladies in frocks serving them up on plastic trays in the cafeteria along with a side of some mushy peas and corn with a dried-up chocolate chip cookie, along with the scary smells that came out of the school kitchen back in those days.… Read More Devilishly Good: Sriracha Jalapeno Honey Sloppy Joes
One-pot savory dishes are one of those things I crave when it’s cold outside because it’s cozy and warming and just plain darn tasty and easy to make. I also love roasting veggies in the Winter because they’re no-fuss when I’m busy doing other things and don’t want to stand over a stove all day washing dishes for hours afterwards. (Can you tell I’m ready for a holiday vacation? lol)
This recipe for Maple-Mustard Chicken Thighs is a perfect one-pot dish with a buttery, sweet, tangy sauce made with maple syrup, Dijon mustard (Kozlik’s is my favorite!), garlic and some Indian hot red pepper.… Read More Buttery Maple-Mustard Chicken Thighs w/ Roasted Curry Cauliflower
I don’t know about you, but Thai food is one of my favorite foods ever. I love the harmony of flavors and textures in Thai food that all play together like a perfect symphony. One of my all time favorites is Thai Peanut Noodles – similar to Pad Thai, but with a smooth peanut sauce… Read More Spicy Thai Chicken Peanut Noodles
Chili is one of my go-to recipes when the Autumn leaves start turning colors and the weather starts getting cooler – especially on a crisp weekend night cuddled under some fuzzy blankets with me and my kitty cat watching some movies. Or with a group of friends watching everyone go crazy on college football game day. There’s nothing better than that. And, it’s an easy thing to make and dishes out a big dose of comfort. The best part is once I make a big pot, I can eat it for a few days and then throw the rest in the freezer for later (unless all my crazy friends dig in and there’s nothing left to show for it which actually makes me the happiest!)… Read More Big Pot of Comfort :: Spicy Cajun Chili with a Kick!
This is a quick and healthy weeknight dish I whipped up the other day with some fresh ingredients I had on hand in the fridge. It’s got some savory and slightly spicy sauteed chicken made with olive oil, garlic and cajun seasonings (I use Tony Chacere’s Creole seasoning which is awesome). I also added a… Read More Savory Sauteed Chicken and Veggie Rice
If you haven’t tried Moroccan Harissa before, listen up. It’s a lovely pepper sauce blend made with chili peppers, bell peppers, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, vinegar, salt. That’s it. And it’s totally delicious. Harissa is a staple of Tunisian and Moroccan cuisine, and it is the central condiment in kitchens in North Africa used… Read More Spiced Moroccan Burgers with Green Harissa, Feta and Mint over Grilled Pita