Raise your hand if you have a signature chili recipe up your sleeve already? *raises both hands and both feet* I love cooking chili during the colder months and I have about four versions I rotate through. I have a skinny chili that uses ground turkey, when I’m in a pinch I’ll buy a boxed
Stew season or as the millennials would say “#StewSZN” is here. As New Years Eve tradition demands, I make a hearty bowl of Hoppin’ John Stew to help bring in good fortune, good luck, and prosperity for the new year. How does a stew do that? Well that’s a fantastic question!
You guys! This is my last recipe of 2018 using the fantastic cheddars from my partners at Tillamook. I’ve done 16 recipes now highlighting their cheddar on the blog this year, and now I’m rounding it out with the BEST chicken meatball recipe swimming in a delicious pumpkin tomato vodka sauce. Holy yum! This turned
Now that the Holidays are in full swing, it’s easy to get caught up in all the rich, roasted foods with the same flavor palate. I wanted to break that mold by using some delicious butternut squash, savory sage, and fresh pork sausage to create a homey stuffed shell recipe. This Butternut Squash and Sage
Using Tillamook’s Sharp Cheddar cheese shreds, this hearty risotto is stuffed inside of some halved butternut squashes and baked to perfection. Read on for the recipe.
OHHHHH momma! It’s finally time to come clean about my addiction to BNS- butternut squash for those not in the know. Butternut Squash was never something I ate while growing up as my family opted for canned pumpkin for all of our gourd consumption needs. After college, I was introduced to Butternut Squash Soup and fell
As I mentioned in this post here, this creamy tomato soup was inspired by my recent trip to Portland Oregon to visit my partners at Tillamook and to attend the Feast Festival! When we were at the Tillamook Creamery, we were treated to a delicious meal that included their prized tomato soup and fried cheese curds. I
My absolute favorite food in the entire world is a cheeseburger. But not just any cheeseburger, unfortunately, I’m not that simple and rather particular about my order and will look over any offering of such “cheeseburger” claim on the menu if it doesn’t meet my high standards. The burger must be assembled as such: two
I get asked quite frequently “What’s your signature dish?” I reply with some sort of hemming and hawing until it hits me: roasted chicken. Roast chicken is one of those dinner’s that’s a gift that keeps on giving- everyone can get a piece of the bird that they like (white or dark meat) and you’re typically
Is there anything better than the end of summer veg that has been showing up at the farmers market? One of my favorite things to grab right now is mature arugula which has a full-bodied peppery flavor to it that isn’t quite captured with the baby arugula you find at the grocery store. This end of