Tasty Tuesday: 1 Pot Lemon Pasta.

Tuesday is here, and hopefully some housework will get done. I've only complained for two years about changing/ getting different lights in our kitchen. It's been an issue for me. There is no light at all over our stove. Which makes everything look dark when cooking. Our big kitchen light is above the middle of … Continue reading Tasty Tuesday: 1 Pot Lemon Pasta.

Tasty Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie Bake

Chicken Pot Pies were something we had when I was a child and we didn't plan a dinner. A comfort meal thats hearty, homey, and fills up the tummy is what I associated them with. I would scrape the insides out, eat the veggies first then the chicken and finally the crust. I simply destroyed the meal. … Continue reading Tasty Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie Bake

Skinny? Not so much. Delicious? Of Course!

No I will admit it, I am no size 2, or 4, or 6. But if i can eat something that looks good, taste good, and is easy as heck to cook, I am going to do just that, when is healthy is a great bonus. There are many meals that I have made that … Continue reading Skinny? Not so much. Delicious? Of Course!

Vegetables from Martha.

It's Martha Stewart. Need I say more?   I was extremely excited to find out I get to review this book, I know that its been out a little over a month, but it's still exciting. I am a huge huge huge Martha Stewart lover. I used to watch her show all the time, I said … Continue reading Vegetables from Martha.

One Pot Meal: Tomato Pasta

This is one of those one pot meals that really hit home. Its filling, and the cream cheese adds just the perfect amount of creaminess. The recipie says to serve immediately and there is no joke about it, the pasta soaks up all the water and broth and it becomes a sticky mess. Still delicious, … Continue reading One Pot Meal: Tomato Pasta

Feeling Veggie?

Vegetable soup is one of those soups that are versatile. Chicken soup must have chicken, tomato soup has tomatoes, the list can go on. BUT, vegetable soup can have meats in it, different broths, different vegetables, added tomatoes, spices, and herbs. Its a never ending list. This soup was fun to create, and easy to … Continue reading Feeling Veggie?

Cooking Korean. (Clever, I know)

Recently I received a new cookbook to review called Cook Korean by Robin Ha. Here is her blog: Blogspot. It's filled with all the fun things she does, included her amazing art. This cookbook is basically a comic style written book, the food contains mainly korean ingredients, which I don't have access to some of them … Continue reading Cooking Korean. (Clever, I know)

Brown Butter Carrots.

  I love carrots! Especially the rainbow ones. I know there isn't much of a difference, if there even is one besides the colors. But they are so much brighter! This was a perfect dish for today. The recipe I used is from Recipe Critic.   Ingredients ¼ cup butter 2 cloves garlic, minced 2lb bag … Continue reading Brown Butter Carrots.

Healthy Kick: Shrimp Cobb Salad.

Hi. Healthy Kick? What?!?! I'm joking. Kind of.  I am almost out of leftover Halloween candy, and i'm at the point where I know i'll be eating crappy until January. So I figured, hey, lets eat a salad. The dressing did not work. at all. If you have a small food processor it will work, … Continue reading Healthy Kick: Shrimp Cobb Salad.

Friday Eve. Tortellini Soup.

It's crisp and cold out again, thankfully. Fall really does mean hearty soups should always be available. Even if they are frozen. One thing that was new to me this week was tortellini. Not too bad. I'm thinking of new soup ideas for the next month and maybe i'll use this kind of pasta again. … Continue reading Friday Eve. Tortellini Soup.