Easy Weeknight Dinner: Tomato, Eggplant and Feta Bake

tomato eggplant feta bake recipe

Put fresh garden flavors on your table with this easy-to-make side dish that is sure to satisfy. The bold, Mediterranean flavors of this recipe will have you wondering how it can be so robust and still so light. The softened eggplant is hearty and a great base for the herbs and acid from the fresh […]

Monday Menu: Roasted Acorn Squash with Dirty Rice Pilaf

roasted acorn squash with dirty rice pilaf recipe

If your fall menu doesn’t include roasted acorn squash, I beg you to reconsider. These little beauties are as tasty as they are cute. Low in the bad stuff and high in vitamins and fiber, acorn squash is a healthy hit that is also ridiculously simple to prepare. Pair it with our Monday mashup of […]

Weeknight Meals: Rigatoni with Butternut Squash and Sage

rigatoni with butternut squash recipe

I have a lot of sage. My herbaceous abundance coupled with my burning desire to coax fall into the picture have resulted in several sage themed dishes lately. I’m certain my kids will be glad when that ride is over. For my latest weeknight meal post I am bringing you a delicious pasta dish that […]

Weeknight Meals: Cannellini Bean Soup with Walnut Sage Pesto

cannellini bean soup with walnut sage pesto recipe

I just became a little less dreary, a little more cheery, and a whole lot hungrier. It appears as though the weather is making a shift later this week and encouraging autumn to come along. That is sweet music to my ears. It means more time outdoors, sweaters, and plenty of delicious comfort food. We […]

Weeknight Meals: Baked Farfalle with Summer Squash

School is back in session. You’re busy. The kids are busy. You need something simple to throw together for dinner. Got it. This month I am dedicating the majority of my food posts to weeknight meals. Those dishes that are simple to make, don’t require loads of ‘hands-on’, and still taste spectacular. I’ll do my […]

Crock-tober Cooking: 40 Clove Garlic Chicken

40 clove garlic chicken recipe

37, 38, 39… 40. Forty, not thirty-nine, people. That’s what makes the difference. Well, it is possible that if you only had 39 cloves of garlic the absence would hardly be noticed. I wouldn’t know because in the many times I’ve made this dish, I’ve never used one more or less than 40. I’m not […]

Crock-tober Cooking: Slow-Cooked Onion Thyme Lamb

slow cooker onion thyme lamb

All through September, while the temperatures still danced gleefully above the 100˚ mark, I told myself to just hold on a bit longer; October would be here soon and bring with it cooler days. Well, my friends, I made it. Now it’s only mid to upper 80s here, but that is enough for me to […]