During the hot summer months, I tend to have an abundance of zucchini and corn around my kitchen. It goes on sale at the grocery store, or I bring some home from my dad’s farm. Before long, there’s more than I know what to do with it. Zucchini bread is good, but I can only eat so much of it. Fresh corn on the cob is great slathered in butter and sprinkled with salt, too. After a while, my family wants something different, though. Zucchini and Sweet Corn Pie is the perfect answer for that.
I don’t know about you, but I definitely judge a Mexican restaurant by its salsa.
About a month ago, the kids and I were looking for something to get us out of the house.
Classic chicken salad is so versatile. There’s a reason it’s on nearly every buffet table at a baby or wedding shower. It’s simple, yet a crowd pleaser.
Over the weekend, we had our first big snow of the year. When I say “big snow”, I mean enough that the kids were able to sled in the backyard, but not so much that we were actually snowed in. Since it was a cold, snowy day, I figured that called for a cozy bowl of chili.
Setting out to share my pimiento cheese recipe, I realized there is actually a widespread debate
A couple years ago, we threw Brilee a Beauty & the Beast birthday party. After browsing Pinterest a couple weeks before the party, Brilee decided she wanted to have painted macarons with roses on them, just like the enchanted rose from the movie. So we gave it a try, and
There are few things as comforting on a cold winter day as a bowl of homemade soup.
Chicken noodle soup is the ultimate comfort food, right? Keep reading for my quick and simple recipe.