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.
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.
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.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, why not surprise your sweetheart with a fancy dinner at home that will not only empress but also is quick and easy to make. It’s chock-full of ingredients that are well-known aphrodisiacs like duck, red wine, and cherries guaranteed to have your night start right.
The Super Bowl is right around the corner, America’s favorite sports day. But some people (myself included) the Super Bowl is really just an excuse to eat, drink and watch commercials so why not make sure there is food as exciting as the sports game if not more.
The easiest recipe that has ever reciped, but also the tastiest meatballs you’d find at any sports party.
The realization that I really love Indian food, and curries came to me almost right before Colby and I moved to Spokane. I asked Noreen Hiskey of Picture the Recipe to teach me some tips she was gracious enough to open her kitchen teach me Goat Rogan Josh.
Filipino twist on a classic game-day snack. Slightly spicy from garlic and pepper, with a vinegar kick you’re expecting from a chicken wing.
My favorite Filipino comfort food, similar to chicken with a touch of fish sauce, green papaya, and because I like it I add noodles.
The perfect drink to ring in the New Year with. Champagne sweetened with a cranberry pear puree, and sugared cranberries aka balls to drop into your drink.