With the emergence of online cooking and baking clubs, it’s the best of both worlds! I can cook and bake from the comfort of my own home, post pictures of what I’ve made to the group, no scheduling to do, and no guilt about missing the monthly meeting because I’d rather just sit at home. And bonus — perfect for a global pandemic!
Make pizza at home that tastes just as good (or maybe better?) than delivery! Thanks to a super easy no-rise dough and a screaming-hot cast-iron skillet, your pizza nights just got a whole lot better.
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 was on a bit of a bibimbap craze a while back and pinned some recipes. Well – I guess the mood finally struck and I decided it was time to try this at home. I knew it wouldn’t be as good as Mandu or any food truck, but I had to try it. If anything, it would be a modified stir fry. Here we go . . .
Yesterday was Cinco de Mayo – one of my top three favorite holidays of the year! One of these days I am going to make the perfect cross between a Paloma and a Margarita. Alas, for now, I am just going to have to settle on crafting the perfect recipe.
I recently went to Panera Bread and ordered their Vegetarian Autumn Squash Soup, which is so delicious that I’ve had a craving for it ever since! I searched the Panera website, but alas, they had no recipe posted for their soup. So, I decided to make a “copycat recipe” . . .