Warm up with this fall staple that’s easy on the waistline. Faux spaghetti and meatballs will please any crowd.
My friend Jessica makes an amazing brisket. It’s the perfect mix of moist and lean that’s nearly impossible to find at a restaurant. Her secret is marinating the meat overnight in liquid smoke and celery salt before cooking low and slow.
Ever have one of those nights where you crave a specific dish but don’t want to go out? This usually happens to me with Asian food. It’s still a bit intimidating to me to try these dishes at home and the flavor is never exactly like my favorite places, but it’s fun to try.
When I learned how to make pesto, I loved it even more. I enjoy adding ingredients and trying out new greens every time.
The combination of bright pesto flavors with al dente whole wheat pasta and lots of veggies is a great dish for anytime of the year.
What are your ten favorite dishes? If you only had ten meals left what would they include? There is no way I could pick a last meal – so instead I bring you my top ten (in no particular order).
To wrap up 2013 I whipped up a batch of Jambalaya packed with flavor and spice. By combining ingredients from a few different recipes I put my own spin on this traditional creole dish. It was the perfect dish to end the year on and of course paired perfectly with some bubbly.
This healthy butternut squash and spinach lasagna roll ups will become a new fall favorite.
This week in an effort eat healthy and spice things up I tried a new recipe from my Pinterest boards. This Spicy Coconut Chicken Casserole from Marta Stewart is delicious.
I love going to Chinese food and ordering egg rolls. I don’t love, however how fried they taste sometimes and wanted to try and make a baked version that would be just as good without the calories. Step 1: Pick your fillings. I chopped up some cooked chicken breast and tossed in a coconut lime …
There are few things in life that bring me more joy than cooking a meal that family and friends love. That moment when your guests take their first bite and respond with positive words about your meal is priceless to me.
One of the first dishes someone made me when I moved to Austin a few years ago was King Ranch Casserole. Everyone has their own spin they put on it which makes it fun and easy to adapt based on what you have in your kitchen.
So it’s Sunday which in my house means Seahawks jerseys are on and multiple devices (tv, laptop, iPad and iPhone) are showing football games and fantasy football scores. This weekend we were craving Buffalo Wild Wings but also wanted a day at home so we made our own.
One of our staples that summer became, what the Lang’s now call Caroline Quesadillas. As I’ve mentioned before I firmly believe that anything tastes better in a tortilla. Pair that with melted cheese and I’m a happy camper.
Making homemade pizzas is a fun and healthy alternative to ordering for delivery. Pizza parties where everyone can build their own based on a full bar of crazy toppings are always a hit