Crispy outside, soft and oh so good inside. Great by itself, slathered with butter or jelly, or even sliced up for sandwiches (which is what I made this batch of baguettes particularly for). I wanted something that would be extra good doused in garlic butter and toasted to crunchy perfection. Say hello to my little […]Read More French Baguettes
Row row row your boat, gently down the stream… merrily merrily merrily merrily, life is better with zucchini boats. That’s how it goes, right? I’ve been on a zucchini kick lately; sautéing them with other veggies, making them into zoodles, and now stuffing them full of yummy goodness! They make a perfect little edible shell. […]Read More Loaded Zucchini Boats
A bed a silky kale, topped with roasted sweet potato, broccoli, beets, brussels sprouts, and red onion, sprinkled with crispy chickpeas and red quinoa. The ultimate veggie lover dream bowl. I’ve been trying to eat more vegetables, but don’t always feel like doing all the cleaning/chopping work that is required to make what I want. […]Read More Super Yum Roasted Veggie Bowl
This is my absolute favorite way to make pork tenderloin. I use my Sous Vide* a lot. It’s super simple to use, no rush or time crunching, no need to worry if it is cooked all the way through, or needs to be in longer. It is perfectly cooked every time. Then it’s a quick sear […]Read More Juicy Sous Vide Pork Tenderloin with Herb Sauce
Philly cheesesteak sandwiches are so good, but sometimes I don’t want want the bread. So instead, I simply skip slicing the peppers, bake them, then stuff all the sandwich ingredients into the pepper. Wah-lah! Preheat oven to 325º. Slice each pepper in half, place them in a baking pan and bake for 30 minutes. While […]Read More Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Peppers
I love tacos. I make them almost every week. I have made a variety of different tacos: flank steak, shrimp, chicken, veggie, and the one I’m about to show you, pulled pork. This one probably gets made the most. It is super easy to make, and I prep the meat the night before, so all […]Read More BBQ Pulled Pork Lettuce Wrap Tacos!
My favorite method of cooking a roast is in a slow cooker, or dutch oven, but if you don’t have that available, this is another great method! KITCHEN UTENSILS: Baking rack* Edged sheet pan* Aluminum Foil Oven safe thermometer* Plastic wrap Mixing bowl* Kitchen tongs* Wood cutting board* Chef’s knife (my FAVORITE knife*, worth ever […]Read More Eye Round Roast