Butternut Squash & Mushroom Chicken Pot Pie (with bacon). I use butternut squash instead of bechamel for a lighter pot pie.
Thai-style Chicken Salad. So ridiculously good and the perfect way to use up leftover grilled chicken.
Tomato Carrot Soup with Bacon Croutons. Diet food I can live with!
Greek-Style Stuffed Zucchini. A very delicious way to use up all that extra zucchini.
A lighter version of creamed corn with cherry tomatoes, lime zest and fresh basil. Perfect summer side.
Pesto Power Salad. Farro and edamame tossed with an almond pesto. The perfect power lunch.
Peach & Radish Salad with toasted almonds, feta and basil. Amazing dish recreated from Michael's Genuine in Miami.
Mint Limeade. Like summer in a glass!
Guava & Cream Cheese French Toast. An amazingly special breakfast.
Southwestern Chicken & Corn Chowder. A hearty and delicious freezer meal.
Creamy Kielbasa & Shells. Kielbasa sauteed with shallots, mushrooms and beets, then tossed with cream and pasta. Easy and delicious.
Blood Orange Polenta Cake. A lovely little breakfast cake to go with your coffee.
Potato & Kale Gratin. A truly delicious way to eat your greens.
Ricotta, Cinnamon and Honey Breakfast Casserole. Memories of an Italian pastry.
Orzo Soup with Merguez Lamb Meatballs. A soup recipe made for snow days.
Spinach, Steak & Artichoke Pasta with roasted red onions and feta. An instant favorite.
Easy Citrus Chicken. Healthy and cheap to help you keep all your new year's resolutions.
Leek & Gruyere Quiche with Bacon Breadcrumbs. Perfect food for holiday entertaining.
Molasses Spice Cookies. Crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside. And just perfect for fall.
Chorizo, Chickpea & Sweet Potato Soup. Sweet, smoky and spicy. A perfect October soup.
Chicken & Spinach Quesadillas with Pear Salsa. Bringing fall into all my cooking.
Flank Steak Stuffed with Spinach, Feta & Artichokes. So easy and so good.
Lamb Chops with Pumpkin Apple Chutney. Welcoming Fall with an open belly.
Pumpkin Flan topped with cardamom honey pumpkin seeds and sweet cacao nibs. Memories of my Cuban grandmothers in the kitchen.
Rustic Spinach and Cornmeal Soup. Welcoming Soup weather with open arms!
A toss in melted butter and a mix of brown sugar, salt, black pepper, and a touch of cayenne would seem to be all these pecans need. But to echo their boozy inspiration, the nuts are then doused with bourbon and dotted with old-fashioned accoutrements of orange zest and cherries (dried cherries made plump by a soak in more bourbon). The result is a spicy-sweet snack of glazed pecans worthy of a perfectly made Old Fashioned cocktail, or any cool beverage you happen to be nursing.
Last night I was trying to explain to a friend how much I enjoyed this one recipe from Stephanie Izard's new cookbook, Girl in the Kitchen. Turns out I was preaching the choir, as we had both apparently purchased the book, looked through the whole thing, and decided to try this exact same recipe.
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If you're looking for fruitcake in beer form, this is the winter ale for you. This beer is brewed with a bit of caramel malt and chocolate malt, as well as some cold press orange oil, cinnamon sticks, and fresh ginger added in the last 15 minutes of the boil.