Cottage Pie (or Shepherd’s Pie made with ground beef instead of ground lamb) is the ultimate comfort food . . . a good old meat-and-potatoes dish for a cold day or when you’re in need of some “stick-to-your-ribs” food. . .
When the new facebook cooking and cookbook group I’m a part of chose Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking as their Jan 2017 cookbook I was psyched! Since breakfast is my jam (in case you don’t know), I was super excited to find she had a recipe for 6-minute soft boiled eggs . . .
I have been testing this breakfast muffin recipe for months now. I’ve changed it, adjusted different ingredients and amounts, added this, removed that. I think I have finally found a mix that suits me just right! 🙂
Here is my basic everyday tomato soup recipe, which goes great with a warm grilled cheese on a cold winter day. 🙂
I’ve been SO in the mood for warm winter soups lately. Even though I’ve made lentil soup maybe four or five times in the past (which didn’t turn out) I thought I’d try again. Here’s the new one I tried recently. . .
Soup is one of my all time comfort foods. I’m so excited to share this recipe with you today! The star ingredients in this soup are: carrots, sweet potatoes, cauliflower, bell pepper, and some delicious spices — no actual cream. . . I’m lactose intolerant, so dairy free is the way I like to be with soups.
Recently I made a recipe that called for “Montreal Steak Seasoning,” but I didn’t have any on hand. So, I had to look up the ingredients, hope I had them and do it on the fly. Not only is it more affordable this way, there isn’t all of the extra preservatives and I can leave out the ingredients I don’t like — win / win! I thought I’d share share the recipe with you. . .