There are so many things to say about this recipe, and yet also so little. It’s fried cheese! What more do you need to know?
This is tzatziki sauce. It’s a Greek dip/condiment made from cucumbers, garlic and Greek yogurt. Maybe you’ve had it slathered all over a gyro or as a meze at your favorite Greek restaurant. If you’ve never had it at all, then you’re in for quite a treat. It’s pungent, tangy, creamy and refreshing.
It’s crazy to think that 10 years ago, I, as well as most of America, had never heard of the ancient grain known as quinoa (pronounced keen-wah). Over the past few years, quinoa’s popularity has skyrocketed, finding its way into casseroles, soups, salads, pilafs, pastas, patties and baked goods. And rightfully so. Quinoa is a…
See that little orange globe in my logo? That’s a Sun Gold tomato! And it’s my favorite kind of tomato. And tomatoes are my favorite kind of vegetable. Fruit? Whatever.
You guys! Today is an exciting day because I’m resharing my favorite tomato + feta toasts. Re-sharing, you ask? Yep. My very first blog post, seen here, featured this very recipe in a messy, not-really-a-recipe sort of format. I wanted to share it again, only this time as a video, so you can see just…
I was all about that summer time swag all throughout May, but as soon as June hit, we’ve had nothing but rain, wind, and cold! So this week we’ve been forgoing ice cream and grilling for some heartier, stick-to-your-ribs comfort food. And this linguini carbonara with peas totally hits the spot.
Last week was a big week here on the wee little island of Brigantine. Not only did we kick off the start of the summer season, it was also the year’s first farmer’s market! Booths we’re bustling with bright red strawberries, radishes, spring onions, greens, lettuces, and lots and lots of asparagus.
Today we kick off Memorial Day Weekend AKA the unofficial start of Summer AKA the best time of the year! There’s always lots of excitement around here at the end of May – we live for Summers at the Jersey Shore. Tis the season to get into the Summa-time spirit and Treat. Yo. Self. with some ice cream.
Most people (the cool ones anyway) love anything with a salty sweet punch. And salted caramel candies are one of my all times favs. I just can’t get enough of that rich buttery flavor combined with the sweet and salty contrast. Luckily these candies make a great gift, because if left at home on a…
Cream of broccoli soup is a classic, and you won’t believe how easy it is to make. With only 5 humble ingredients (not including water, salt and pepper), it’s the perfect recipe for for lazy lunches and light, simple suppers. Finished with sprinkling of sharp cheddar cheese, this soup is warm, healthy and ultra satisfying.