One Pot Meal

Springtime Stew

Springtime Stew

What a tricky time of year for cooking it is right now. My brain wants salads, tacos and anything grilled, but my weatherman is telling me it’s still soup and casserole weather. Until Larry Sprinkle (yes, it is the best name for a weatherman ever) […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Easy Scallops and Fettuccine for Two

Easy Scallops and Fettuccine for Two

It’s that time of year again for sending and receiving all kinds of mixed messages. Do we really think flowers are a waste of money, and dinner reservations are too much trouble, and chocolate is too many calories? And when our other half says not […]

Fancy Mac and Cheese

Fancy Mac and Cheese

Is there any dish more universally loved than mac and cheese? From microwavable easy mac to oven baked with expensive cheese and lobster, there are countless recipes within the macaroni and cheese category. In fact, I was hesitant to even put this recipe on the blog with […]

Apricot Chicken with Wild Rice

Apricot Chicken with Wild Rice

Forgive me but I am kind of a snob when it comes to free samples. I used to be a free sample free spirit until a friend pointed out the germ potential on exposed food for all to sneeze on. Everyone seems to draw the […]

Sweet and Spicy Noodle Salad

Sweet and Spicy Noodle Salad

What is your idea of a perfect meal? Something that can be eaten for lunch or dinner? Something that is just as good as leftovers the next day? Maybe it is refreshing and healthy? Easy to put together? This Sweet and Spicy Noodle Salad fits […]

Beef Stew with Creamy Baked Grits

Beef Stew with Creamy Baked Grits

It’s January. Holiday cheer has been replaced by routine, holiday weight, the common cold, and frigid temps. It is easy to dread the short days and long winter ahead. But I think this is the best time of year to cozy up, slow down, catch up on some […]

Reuben Brunch Casserole

Reuben Brunch Casserole

When scrambled eggs and bacon wind up on our dinner table, it is a tell-tale sign that my kitchen energy level is flashing vigorously on empty. But don’t you find that your little and/or big eaters rejoice at the chance to eat breakfast at dinner […]



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