It’s autumn in New York. There’s a chill in the air, and there’s vibrant fall foliage to admire on my afternoon walks. With the cooler weather arriving, my family and I have been craving something warm and comforting for dinner. One-pan chicken Alfredo is that perfect easy meal with creamy deliciousness in every forkful.
Recently, the media felt it necessary to once again alert us to the dangers of a gluten-free diet (GFD). This time their warning concerned the potential harm a GFD could do to your heart. A Foxnews.com’s headline read, A gluten-free diet may…
Potatoes are a real comfort food and what better way to enjoy them in the summertime but in a rich, creamy potato salad? There’s just something about a cool dish of potato salad that makes a summer meal a true delight. At the same time, though, I used to shy away from eating potato salad. I used to think something this tasty couldn’t be good for me. After all, it’s potatoes and mayonnaise. We all know what potatoes do to our waistline, right? And commercially prepared mayo is processed with all kinds of ingredients that we really don’t want to eat. Fear not!
Isn’t snowy weather the best weather for baking? As the snow fell outside my kitchen window, I couldn’t resist whipping up a batch of blueberry muffins to enjoy with my family’s afternoon tea. Whether or not it’s snowing where you are, these moist and fluffy blueberry muffins are sure to be a perfect treat for any time of day.
Easy, healthy stuffed zucchini boats are the best! If you’ve been following my blog for a while now, you know how much I LOVE zucchini. Whether tossed in this healthy and delicious lemony marinated zucchini salad, baked in zucchini lasagna, or spiralized, I haven’t run out of ways to enjoy zucchini. Today’s recipe features beautiful…
Egg cups make a fun, tasty meal at home or for breakfast on-the-go. Nothing says good morning quite like a breakfast of eggs and bacon. On Saturdays, John cooks up the strips of bacon in a skillet while Nicole and I prepare the eggs. We’re a big family and everyone has their favorite. Some of us like our eggs sunny…
March Madness is in full swing and has sports fans everywhere on the edge of their seats. The college basketball tournament is looking to be one of the most exciting sporting events of the season and has already served up several thrilling underdog wins.
Happy Tuesday, friends! As we rush towards the first day of spring, I’m hurrying to enjoy a few last winter dishes. And this one has definitely been a family favorite over the past week. A bowl of warm salmon chowder: bits of crispy bacon and chunks of tender fish floating in an oh-so creamy vegetable broth.
I got a little adventurous today with a broiled salmon dinner. John suggested that I make my own spicy mayo sauce to go with it. Okay no problem, all I had to do was combine sriracha sauce with some mayonnaise. However since we attempt to avoid processed food as much as possible, that meant making my own
Gluten free Panko crusted pork chops is one of the easiest, yet satisfying dinners to prepare. This delicious panko crusted pork chop dinner is a wonderful way to celebrate Autumn, my favorite time of year! I love taking long walks and hearing the crunch of leaves underfoot, wearing comfy sweaters, and wrapping up in scarves….
My husband always talks about this dish with a very funny name that his mom used to make when he was a child: Toad in the Hole. It is a very popular dish in Britain where his mom was from. No one knows exactly how it got its name