My quesadilla version for using Thanksgiving leftovers was much easier and tastier than the burrito version.
In the spirit of using Thanksgiving leftovers, I concocted a recipe using the traditional Mexican-American Thanksgiving leftover.
Looks like a real burger! Good taste, but the recipe needs improvement.
A seriously creamy adult mac ‘n cheese.
The best cookie I’ve had in a long time; and I’m not really a fan of pumpkin.
Could use some improvements.
Very rich! Goes well with salmon or chicken.
Easy dish to make, especially if you have leftover salmon and noodles. Caution: this dish is rich!
An extremely indulgent salmon alfredo pasta — one recipe prepared two ways.
The modifications I made to the base soup (Garlicky Mushroom) transformed the bland, peppery soup into creamy, cheesy goodness.
A tasty soup and an easy recipe.
Modeled after the Mushroom, celery, and garlic soup recipe in The Soup Bible.
I purchased jalapeno cheddar tortilla wraps intending to make more buffalo chicken wraps. Then I had a thought. How would buffalo chicken taste in a burrito?
One of the great things about being single again when you blog about food is that you don’t have another person’s tastes and opinion to keep in mind when you’re cooking. EX-BF never would have tried a dish like this.
Lentil soup tastes great! (No really. It does. I swear!)
Boneless buffalo chicken strips are super easy to make — you don’t need much in the way of ingredients.
After two glasses of wine a genius idea popped into my head: garlic bread. Even better: cheesy garlic bread (there was fresh mozzarella in the fridge that was calling my name).
This is one of those go-to soups I make when I want something healthy and hearty.