Easy, cheesy recipe for roasted cauliflower dusted with nutty Parmesan cheese and drizzled with fragrant olive oil. Try my step-by-step photo recipe today!
This pumpkin hummus is hot and spicy–and makes a great app for the Fall season. Serve it in a hollowed out sugar pumpkin.
If you’ve ever planted mint, you know that it grows like mad and spreads like wildfire. I always put it in pots because it’s so invasive. Plant mint right in your yard and by the end of the summer, you’ll have mint everywhere. If you don’t grow your own, you can usually find fresh mint […]
This is not fast food. These are about as old school as you can get. This is you and spoon and a pan full of sliced onions. This is you babysitting them for about an hour, gently coaxing out all that glorious flavor. This is stirring and scraping, and careful moderation of heat. You’re turning […]
Forget candy, this is my kind of treat. A friend sent me the link from someone’s Facebook page, and I knew I had to try them right away. So simple. So delicious. Sweet. Salty. Fragrant with sage and sticky with maple syrup. These little babies hit all the right buttons with me. You can prep […]
This ain’t your grandma’s apple pie. I baked it in a cheesecake pan, for a towering 3-inches of apple-pie goodness. This pie is my riff on Dede Wilson’s Deep-Dish Sour Cream-Apple Pie from her amazing book Unforgettable Desserts. (Go buy yourself a copy, you won’t be sorry. I can’t wait to try more of her […]
OK, so for years, I hated Brussels sprouts. They were like nasty little cabbages. I had only seen them steamed, or worse, boiled. Roasting them made a believer out of me. Seriously. I swear, it turns them into an entirely different vegetable: One that’s not only edible, but that’s downright delicious. For this recipe, […]
These little guys are fresh herbs frozen in olive oil. They’re the perfect way to preserve herbs, and can go from freezer right to frying pan. Sound like one of those handy housewife helpers from the 1950s to you? We thought so. Preserve leftover fresh herbs So, say you have a bunch of fresh herbs […]
This pizza is easy enough to pull off on a weeknight. It’s my 2nd entry in Breakstone’s Battle of the Kitchen Bloggers, hosted by Sandra Lee. (Vote & you could win $2,500!)
I put figs in the same camp as black licorice: People love them—or hate them. There never seems to be a middle ground. If you’re in the first group, then man-oh-man, are you in for a treat. Personally, I love figs. (And black licorice, if you’re keeping score.) They’re sweet; they’re earthy. Not to mention, […]