This pumpkin bread. A grown-up version of that popular treat we all enjoy. Get ready for a flavor burst from the freshly grated nutmeg and ginger. And that topping. A generous layer of toasty pumpkin seeds and crunchy sugar.
Who doesn’t love roasted carrots? We’re big fans in my household. Sometimes, I’ll add some carrot chunks to my tray of potatoes before they go in the oven to roast. Just for the heck of it. But you really need to check out these guys. They take roasted carrots to a whole new level.
When delicata squash was recently at the height of its season, I stocked up on quite a bit of it. I’ve been storing it in an open container on my back porch. It’s been just the right environment to keep it fresh and tasty, but it’s now time to cook up that goodness. Or I
You’ve seen those videos that pop up on your Facebook feed, right? The finished dish looks so amazing but they sometimes seem to be a bit intimidating. My friend recently tagged me on this one …wondering if I may be interested in trying it out for my blog. So glad she did.
Here’s a hearty one that’s sure to please your family. If you’re feeding a crowd, simply double it.
Who doesn’t love soft pretzels? Imagine making them in your own home. It’s way easier than you may think.
Another pumpkin recipe. This is a good one, really. It’s quick, delicious and would be a lovely addition to your holiday table.
Can you believe this amazing display of crispy goodness is gluten-free? It’s true. The flavorful batter starts off with chickpea flour. Add some bold spices. And water. That’s it. And it is soooooo good.
This is what I would call an upgraded “egg in a basket.” Forget about punching out a hole in your bread and cooking an egg in the middle. No, wait …they’re actually pretty darn good, too. But really, give this a try. Especially now. While the amazing delicata squash is in season.
How many recipes are out there for Pasta e Fagioli, do you think? Hundreds? Thousands? Here’s one from that massive collection, compliments of Ina Garten. With just a few tweaks, of course.
For those of you who are not familiar with delicata squash, don’t feel too bad. You’re not alone. I’m just learning about this one and am delighted to tell you that it is delicious. This little-known member of the winter squash family grows into a cream-colored cylindrical shape with green or orange stripes. Typically, each
Just imagine this. Juicy flavorful pork tenderloin that’s been rubbed with a dry blend of ground fennel and coriander, then quickly browned on the stovetop and finished off in the oven. Now dress that goodness with a topping of bacon and shallots that have been glazed with maple syrup and balsamic vinegar. Do I have your