Don’t be fooled by the name. These aren’t fried at all. They just taste like they are.
Browned butter + yogurt + ripe banana = moist. Add whole grains + brown sugar. You end up with the perfect balance of not-too-sweet deliciousness. Let’s do this.
I love the dollar store. It’s the place where you can go to become a hero. In your grandchildren’s eyes, anyway. All for less than twenty dollars.
Super moist and tender. Who knew we just had to add some sauteed greens to our meatballs. Here’s the best part …the kids won’t even know they’re eating some veggies with their spaghetti and meatballs.
One more way to enjoy those abundant summer tomatoes. Make these amazing roasted tomatoes part of your next antipasti tray. Or toss them with some pasta. Or use as a topping on grilled meat or fish. We recently enjoyed this as a topping on sauteed broccoli rabe. The possibilities are endless.
Rich tomato sauce without the addition of cream. How is that possible? Eggs. Can you believe it? They are mixed in at the last minute to create a creamy textured tomato sauce. Without a lick of cream. Really.
Slab pie. It’s the perfect crowd pleaser. Bring this to your next backyard barbecue. Your friends will thank you.
A fresh summery version of that all-time favorite …lasagna. A great way to use up those heirloom tomatoes.
Butter + lemon + capers = yummy. Add that combo to wild-caught grilled swordfish. That equals delicious. And you can so easily do this at home. Really.
Rich, nutty & flavorful. Pair this up with grilled fish or chicken. Or with roasted meat & vegetables. In the time it takes to heat the grill and cook the rest of your meal, this delicious side is ready.
Summer candy. Those mini heirloom tomatoes. You know the ones …Sun Golds, Cherokee Purples, Red Glories. Even the good old red grape tomatoes are extra delicious right about now.
Artisan bread. The crusty artful loaves that you see displayed in the finest French bakeries. Or in the bakery section of your local specialty food market.