For 2013 I decided to jazz up my restaurant reviews a bit. I’ll keep them short and sweet but full of photos because really that’s the good stuff! The Scoop La Piazza Al Forno was featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives our favorite Food Network show a few years ago. Its located in the north …
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
To start off the sauce, I always use Nina San Marzano tomatoes from Costco (comes in a 6 pound 10 oz. can) but you can use any large can of San Marzano tomatoes. The reason I chose these as the base for my sauce is that they come packed in almost no sodium.
Its been far too long since I sat down to blog. In the past 6 months I’ve gotten married, bought a house, moved across country, remodeled master bedroom and got a chocolate lab puppy. Needless to say its been an amazing whirlwind.
Do you have a dish that within one bite you are taken to another place? I love dishes that remind you of a great trip, a favorite restaurant, or a childhood memory. This beef recipe make me feel at home.
The recommendation for Cucina Toscana was spot on- and great for a team dinner last night. While inside Cucina its easy to forget you’re in Utah and not Tuscany.
Federal Way, WA (my hometown) finally has a unique, classy restaurant that is on par with those found in Seattle and Tacoma. Peppercorn Bistro & Bar was a pleasant surprise in a city filled with restaurants that often lack creativity.