Maybe Midwesterners have a reputation for bland food, but it’s totally not the truth. We love spicy food! This is not a Japanese teriyaki because I don’t usually have “sake” or “mirin” in the house. But there’s always Svedka vodka!
There is something special about red potatoes. I’m not exactly sure why, but it probably has to do with the many summers I spent in Sweden eating this staple.
In all honesty, EASY doesn’t matter if it doesn’t taste amazing! Period.
Fresh garlic can be pretty pungent, but when it’s roasted, it is sweet, smooth, and a great addition to almost any dish. Since it takes about an hour to roast,
I am a “No New Year’s Resolutions” kind of gal. I don’t like the feeling of defeat when, only a few days into the year, I’ve already failed to improve myself. Maybe you are like me – just trying to live healthier and give more.
Saturday. Sleeping late. Brunch. Family. Relaxing. Traditions. I’m all over that! At the end of a crazy, stressful week, there just isn’t anything better than a calm morning with delicious treats.
Oh Yeah! This is totally happening right now! Christmas treats hold a special place in our hearts, and during the season of Advent we lean towards traditions in a heavier, more beautiful way than during the other 11 months of the year.
“Pressure” is one of those odd words in the English language. Sometimes used to describe physical force exerted, influence, or persuasion, this time of year we tend to think of stressful urgency. After all, isn’t that what cooking around holiday time seems to feel like?
What makes weekend meals so special? Usually we take a little extra time to prepare the food, and we tend to linger around the table. In a perfect world, that would be every meal!