This delicious bread recipe comes from Chris at the blog The Cafe Sucre Farine. I LOVE her blog, yummy recipes that are easy to follow and always turn out. She calls this bread, Ridiculously Easy Rosemary Bread because it only takes 5 minutes to prep and then after an 8 hour rise (or overnight, up to 12
Last year I made these preserves with fresh peaches my daughter brought me. When the preserves were gone I made more with a bag of frozen peaches. What a difference, fresh is best! I’ve tried to buy them fresh from grocery store but they never seem to ripen before turning bad. So this year I
I really enjoy listening to Podcast these days. I like listening when I’m in the car, taking a long walk, cooking or house cleaning. You won’t be surprised that my favorite podcasts are about food. Right now my #1 favorite is Homemade from Allrecipes.com. I’ve listened to every one! I
The other day, a couple, friends of ours were at our door with a nice surprise. They brought me fresh spring lettuce from the farm they work for. I’m talking fresh, just cut that morning. There is nothing better then garden fresh! I’ve been making this dish for years and it comes from Ina Garten.
It’s rhubarb season and I’m so excited because of these rhubarb muffins, this rhubarb pie and this rhubarb jelly. I LOVE rhubarb! This recipe makes 6 large or 8 regular and they are even better the next day. If you do have any leftover they freeze well. I’m loving these tulip muffin liners, especially when
I love following food blogs. They are what fill my email inbox. Each morning as I go through my emails these blog recipes inspire me. When I saw this recipe from Natasha’s Kitchen I knew it would be the perfect side salad to make for dinner. I already had a ripe avocado, tomato and cilantro
Delicious fried rice with carrots, peas, onions, eggs, and best of all BACON! 6 slices bacon diced small 1 cup carrots, diced 1 medium sweet onion, diced small 1 cup frozen peas 2 teaspoon freshly grated ginger 2 cloves garlic, minced 4 cups day-old cooked, chilled white rice (break up any large clumps) 3 tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce (make sure to use low-sodium or it will be too salty!)
I just organized and deep cleaned my fridge, freezer and pantry. It was a week long project! Now that I know exactly what I have, I’m trying to use up all the leftovers before making anything new. I first started with the fridge. A few of our meals were like a buffet, a little of
UPDATE: I posted this recipe a few years ago but have made a few changes for the better so I’m reposting. My Dad is known to make the best soup. I wish I could get his recipes but he doesn’t use any, he just adds a little this and a little that and it always
I love french onion soup so I knew I had to try this burger. It did not disappoint, with onion soup mix in the burger, caramelized onions on top, covered with melted swiss and served on an onion bun, this burger tastes like french onion soup. So good! This recipe comes from the blog Frugal Hausfrau.