Tender, moist, with subtle sweet notes, the following recipe is for those who think most sugar cookies taste too sweet. The result is a mix between a sweet biscuit, scone, and tea cookie. These are lovely with a warm cup of tea, perfect to savor the lingering cool spring mornings.
One of the elements of cooking that I love so much, is its heritage and constancy. Recipes have the power to bridge the gap between generations in a personal, tangible and real way. They also bridge cultures, regions, and people.
It's that time of year to strive towards goals, and re-evaluate lifestyle choices. For me, I've been incorporating a lot of greens in my diet since I found out I was pregnant last year. Please note, I am not one of those hipster millennials who love kale. I didn't get what the fuss was about. It's tough, it can be bitter, and has a rather prickly texture raw. Until I created THIS - Crispy Garbanzo Beans & Kale! Then, my world changed.
Attending a cookie exchange? Hosting a holiday party? Need a little something for the neighbors? This time of year, Christmas cookies are a necessity. So, I have ranked on a scale of easy to slightly more difficult - three of my favorite traditional Christmas Cookie recipes.
Only SEVEN days until Thanksgiving! Are you ready?? Well, if you aren't, I've got a few great recipes coming up just for you. Or, if you realized that your Thanksgiving dinner plans are a little over-ambitious, I've also got your back with a few recipes that are simple, time-tested, and crowd approved.
Growing up, I always looked forward to visiting my grandparents on my dad’s side the Friday after Thanksgiving. We would play two hand touch football with all the cousins, enjoy a heartwarming time sharing our blessings, and of course, lots of Thanksgiving food.
Some of my fondest memories of comfort food revolves around when I would visit Nanny, who was my great-grandmother. She was 100% Polish, so there was always plenty of hearty, warm food around. When I think of her, I remember the huge volcano of mashed potatoes with TONS of butter, creamy beef stroganoff, and pierogis.
Are you ready for the best time of year? I know I am. I love crisp fall mornings, and the colors changing on the trees. But most of all, I love it because it means, it's the start of BAKING SEASON!
This blog is contains two recipes I have tried, and found either to be Great, Good, or Bad. With everyone sharing recipes on social media, I thought this would be a fun way to help you determine which recipes are actually worth your time.
Lately, I've been obsessed with a few items that just make life more flavorful - one of them being homemade popcorn. Sure microwave popcorn tastes good, but it usually makes my stomach feel awful after eating it. Also, microwave popcorn is full of additives that are unhealthy and in my humble opinion, affect the taste of the popcorn.