It’s bad luck to have an even amount of olives in a dirty martini. So let’s not press our luck, add 3 olives to this dirty martini so we don’t have a repeat of 2020.
The only cranberry sauce recipe you’ll need to please everybody. Even the people who hate cranberry sauce.
2020 has been hard enough let me help you this Thanksgiving with easy to follow side dish recipes and a grocery list.
Make the dads in your life happy with this sweet and savory bacon jam that can go on just about everything from an amazing burger to pizza topping, on a peanut butter sandwich, or just on a spoon.
The bright tropical colors that top this sweet coconuntty, soft french toast really is the perfect crowd-pleasing brunch. Top all of that with a silky warm coconut syrup to make this toast over the top.
The tangy tarragon, vinegar, and garlic in Annie’s Green Goddess really dresses up my favorite crab cake recipe, with sweet microgreens, salad topped with brown sugared bacon and blue cheese elevates these cakes to a perfect appetizer or side dish for a surf and turf dinner. Thank you The Feed Feed for pushing me out of my comfort zone and discovering a new way for dressing it up and proving that a dressing can be more than dressing. Stop by your local Natural Grocers to purchase Annie’s Dressings.
Be honest did you think this virus was going to escalate to the level it is now? I didn’t. I really wish that we would not have waited so long because the shelves were almost bare, but no worries I’m here to help. Here is a list of meals you can make with pantry staples with a grocery list.
I got the inspiration for this recipe from a couple of Irish dishes like potato and leek soup, Irish beer cheese, and colcannon, which is similar to mashed potatoes with kale and lots of cream and butter. Add some noodles a touch of bacon, and boom, happy kids.
You may notice this is pretty similar to my balsamic chicken post. You would not be wrong, but what else goes really well with a rich balsamic than a good Caprese salad.
I don’t know anyone else who make pancit the way my grandma did, she would always use at least 3 different kinds of noodles, pork, cabbage, frenched green beans and a lot of ginger.