Last week, I had the opportunity to attend a fun cooking demo sponsored by Macy’s Culinary Council. Chefs Nancy Silverton and Johnny Iuzzini taught us how to prepare unique salads and desserts. I got to Macy’s a little early; it Continue reading
With Valentine’s Day coming up next month, it is never too early to be thinking about the perfect way to surprise your special someone. My favorite thing to do is serve my loved ones breakfast in bed. This French toast Continue reading
Over the holidays, we started decluttering our home. There were many things in the kitchen that we found we didn’t no longer needed. One of these items was the microwave.
C is a picky eater, but he sometimes makes some choices that I’m proud of. He’s taken to eating a lot of carrots lately. I taught him how to make a simple ranch dip to go with them. Since I Continue reading
This Wednesday, I will be attending a cooking event sponsored by the
Winter is my favorite season for two reasons: sweaters and soups! I love having an excuse to pull out all my cutest sweaters to bundle up in; but having a reason to make my favorite stew is a real plus. Continue reading
Welcome to the third week of our Christmas Cookie Exchange! We are switching out ordinary ingredients for ones that are tastier and better for you. What does this week have in store for us?
I’m still baking Christmas cookies. If you visited last week, you’ll know that my Christmas Cookie Exchange is all about swapping out healthier and tastier ingredients in traditional cookie recipes. Every week, I’ll have a new cookie recipe for you.
Are you still in a turkey coma and trying to figure out what to do with all those leftovers? One thing I love about Thanksgiving is turkey sandwiches. But alas, we were out of bread, so I whipped up a Continue reading
Like anyone preparing for the onset of Hurricane Isaac, I stocked up in supplies a couple of nights before it hit. Finding non-perishables was a bit tricky this year, as I have been avoiding gluten for the last several weeks Continue reading