Asian Marinade for Pork and Chicken “What’s for dinner?” It’s a common question and some days I don’t have an answer. I can’t think that far ahead. I know, it’s dinner and it’s not too many hours away. But you know how some days go. So when I can, I
Roasted Corn & JalapeÃ±o Salsa Each summer our menu changes a bit…like many, we take advantage of the fresh vegetables and local produce available during the too-brief summer we have in the northeast. One of our family favorites is Roasted Corn & JalapeÃ±o Salsa. Its a simple, delicious recipe that
Are you feeling it? I’m feeling it. Spring is here, the daffodils are blooming, it’s getting warmer and the end of the school year is in sight. I am most definitely seeing a light at the end of the tunnel. That long, cold, snowy winter tunnel. This time of year
Did you ever have one of those days? You know, the day where everything starts off going as it should and somewhere along the line the train jumps your perfectly laid out, planned to the minute tracks? A day when your school-aged child throws a tantrum and you basically throw
I was going to call this Cherry Coconut Martini a Valentine’s cocktail – it has all the makings: it’s red, it’s delicious and I’m posting the recipe right before Valentine’s Day. Also, if you have two, you will be in love with everyone. But the reality is…this Cherry
Asparagus Mushroom Quinoa with Garlic & Soy I believe my words were â€œIâ€™m writing three posts this week if I have to blog about my lunch tomorrow.â€ Well, lucky for everyone Iâ€™m not posting a recipe for a toasted ham & cheese sandwich. It was delicious but not especially noteworthy.
Smoky Black Bean Soup This past winter I started making soup regularly. My mom always made soup when I was growing up with the turkey leftover from Thanksgiving. From that I developed a chicken soup that was simple and easy. And thatâ€™s where I stayed. No potato, cream of broccoli