Last weekend we had a few friends over for Venison Stew. With a 7-month-old, dinner parties are much more difficult to prepare for and as of late, I’ve been bored of my go-to app- cheeseboards. So thanks to my audience on Instagram, we crowdsourced a bunch of recipes to make instead of a cheeseboard. If
This recipe is brought to you by a 1984 printing of Christmas Gems for Holiday Entertaining by the Garden Club of Georgia. I found this book while estate saling one weekend and last year I tried this recipe for Chocolate Covered Cherry Cookies out for my friends annual cookie swap and they definitely won the swap.
Peach season is officially here and that means it’s time to indulge in every kind of meal that this perfect stone fruit can handle. From drinks to desserts, side dishes, appetizers, jams, and salads, peaches really fit into every bucket of culinary indulgence. Here are # of peach recipes to inspire you during peach season.
I have transcended into ice cream nirvana. I can without a doubt say that after 10 trials at home, I have created the creamiest, fool-proof, homemade strawberry ice cream. If you’ve been around here for a while you may know that I have a full-on love affair with Tillamook Strawberry Ice Cream, so if you
Who doesn’t love the simplicity of a quiche? I think quiche truly shines in the spring when you can load it up with leftover farmer’s market veggies like broccolini, leeks, and all the spring onions your heart desires. This rustic spring quiche recipe does feature just that: leeks, broccolini, and tons of spring onions. It’s
If you’re looking for a fun appetizer to serve for Easter brunch, look no further. These puff pastry carrots are not carrots at all but actually stuffed with herby, garlicky cheese, and asparagus for a fun twist on a simple appetizer. It is truly a three-ingredient recipe that will delight your family this Easter and
I relish in the predictability of pairing champagne with strawberries. There is not a combination that is more fit for each other, especially now that the strawberries are ripening and the weather is warming. As we near Easter, instead of selecting an obvious choice for dessert, I hope you choose to make this strawberry cream
I love it when food experiments turn out successful. I’ve long loved the beautiful violet hue of Empress gin and was wondering if I could make it at home with the addition of this tea flower. I have been on a “tint everything purple” kick, and it just so happens that yes, you can make
If you’re buying salmon off the shelf instead of catching it straight out of the river, chances are it arrives to the grocery store frozen and you buy it thawed. This means, during the freezing and thawing process, the salmon loses a little bit of it’s firmness and retains more moisture causing a limp, mushy
This post is sponsored by Mueller’s® Pasta. The opinions and text are all mine. There’s nothing like taking leftovers and turning them into soup to make your family (or even yourself) feel like they’re getting something new. That’s what I did here with this Chipotle Chicken Noodle Soup recipe. I love a good chicken noodle