Have those pears from last week’s box still sitting pretty in your fruit bowl? I did too so I made this handy little appetizer with them and they vanished in no time. Four ingredients and no dishes to clean except for a few crumbs on a cookie sheet -- yes, please!
Football food is here (even if you don't care about the sport, I can assure you, you will at least like the hearty fare that comes with it).
What a combo! two of summer's best: heirlooms and succulent peaches. I have a feeling this is going to become my go-to summer salad dish.
If you ask me, between kabobs, soup, and lasagna, you never need to throw away any vegetable in your fridge. These are the penultimate vehicles for using things up. Literally, throw just about anything into each of these and it just enhances the taste. For this version, I just decided to do a basic summer veggie medley and some honest-to-goodness delicious marinated chicken.
Sometimes, it’s so good to be bad! Last night, in between wasting time on Facebook, People.com, and Dlisted, I stumbled upon something intriguing on Pinterest: Pickle Dip. I thought about it all night. I had dreams about it. And today, around lunchtime, I just couldn’t take it anymore. I had to try my hand at this dip with my Brooklyn Brine Hop Pickles.
Even the non-veggie lover will have to admit this creamy, cheesy casserole is delicious. Isn't it amazing the power a little parmesan can have?! This gratin isn't the most beautiful side dishes, but it sure is tasty.
As we usher in the dog days of summer give this homemade ice pop recipe a whirl! Fresh brewed Citralicious tea from serendipiTea and orange juice lend a certain sophistication to these cold treats.
One of my favorite chicken salad recipes with grapes, apples, and pecans. I stole this from a version the Erie Yacht Club served back in the early 90s. Ah, memories!
A summer classic with a healthy twist: the savory and delicious tomato pie. A slice of heaven with a serving of Omega 3 and probiotics.
This week's use-it-up recipe was born out of necessity and is a great use-it-up for your summer veggies. Plus, it's a great mayo-free potato salad!