Author: Anne P

Weeknight Fish Tacos

Weeknight Fish Tacos

What’s that? Did someone say they are tired of the same old weeknight routine, cooking the same old things? ? It could have been the voices inside my own head, but I know I am not alone! When I hear that little battle cry from […]

Farmers’ Market Egg Drop Soup

Farmers’ Market Egg Drop Soup

Springtime. It’s hard not to love the hatching chicks and the promise of warmer temps and sunshine to come. But it’s pretty easy to hate the number of times you think you can leave the house with a light jacket, but with one foot out […]

Easy Margarita Mule

Easy Margarita Mule

It is that time of year again when we must decide what to drink in the red wine off-season. For most people, when the days grow longer and temperatures warmer, drinking red wine does not have the same appeal. Shopping for a bathing suit on […]

Leg of Lamb with Citrus Rub and Gravy

Leg of Lamb with Citrus Rub and Gravy

At some point during early adulthood, I decided to train myself to like olives. I had always found them disgusting, but enough was enough and I would like them. It worked! Now, not only do I love olives, but I crave them. And so my […]

Stuffed Cabbage Rolls (Golabki)

Stuffed Cabbage Rolls (Golabki)

Polish myth holds that the king of Poland served Golabki to his army before an important battle of the Thirteen Years War. Apparently the hearty meal gave them the strength they needed for victory. Obviously we are not feeding an army, but preparing this recipe […]

Peanut Chicken with Cucumber Rice

Peanut Chicken with Cucumber Rice

Oh, peanut butter, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I had never read Sonnet 43 until just now, but I do wonder if the poet’s muse was actually peanut butter. There are countless ways to love peanut butter as far as […]

Sheet Pan Taco Pizza

Sheet Pan Taco Pizza

Loading up a taco with all of the fixings usually leads to an accidental taco salad. One crunch and everything crumbles right under your nose. What an unfortunate event after you spend the time to load the taco shell exactly to your liking. And despite […]

Last Minute Supermarket Tablescape

Last Minute Supermarket Tablescape

You know those meals that are described as “thirty minutes or less!” or “you won’t believe how easy it is!”? But when you fall for it you realize that those easy thirty minutes do not include all of the time to chop veggies or peel […]

One Pot Chicken and Lentils

One Pot Chicken and Lentils

Lentils. Ech, they sound so boring. But I beg you to allow your preconceived lentil notions to be redefined by One Pot Chicken and Lentils. Just like rice and pasta, lentils are good for soaking up flavor. This recipe combines some surprising ingredients, such as […]

Deviled Egg Potato Salad

Deviled Egg Potato Salad

Think Spring! Oh, sorry. Too soon? Winter is soup and stew season, and I am the last person to try to rush us out of the beautiful snowy winter. But sometimes, even in winter, I sneak this Deviled Egg Potato Salad onto the menu. And […]


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