Browsing Category 'Simple Suppers'

Crab Cakes 2

One of my New Year’s resolutions this year was to eat less red meat – and well actually, meat in general.  Don’t get me wrong – I love me a good steak or burger and won’t give that up all together. I’m just a little more strategic about when I eat my red meat and […]

Greek Linguine with Shrimp

This morning I was browsing through all the wonderful recipes I have pinned on Pinterest and realized how many of them I haven’t made yet! I have been drooling over this one from Closet Cooking for over a year and tonight had all the ingredients in my refrigerator. This recipe screams freshness – fresh shrimp, […]

RoastedZucchiniGratin

I have a serious problem. When I go to local farmer’s markets this time of year, I can’t control myself. I buy everything! My head goes into a spin – “Oh, I’m going to make this” “Look how beautiful and FRESH these veggies are!” “I haven’t made anything with these in a long time…” And […]

Charred Corn Salad

Yes-sirree…it’s here! It’s officially summer and along with summer comes… Fresh produce from local farmer’s markets…especially corn! Here in Ohio – corn is king and it’s a celebration when farm fresh corn arrives. I’m celebrating it’s arrival with this colorful healthy charred corn salad that I found from the Kitchenette blog. It’s so easy to […]

Mustard-Glazed Beef Tenderloin with Green Bean Salad

Today I bring you a very healthy and delicious summer salad! This recipe is my entry into Part II of the Saucy Mama Sliced Contest. I made it through round one in the Appetizer Category with my Cheddar Bacon Biscuits and am honored to be competing against the other 15 bloggers. Go here to see […]

toppings

Tonight we’re celebrating! I made it through to round two of Saucy Mama’s “Sliced” Contest! I am honored as there were so many delicious entries that I wasn’t sure I would make the cut! So tonight – we are taking one of our favorite sandwiches – BLTs – over the top by adding poached lobster […]

Citrus Beet Salad

Coming back from vacation and rolling right into Memorial Day, I needed to stop the madness. We were in D.C. and oh my(!), does that city have the restaurants! We never had a bad meal and enjoyed the diversity in the cuisines. Add to that – the ribs and hot dogs of Memorial Day weekend […]

Peas and Parsley Orzo

If I had to make one thing for my Hubby for the rest of his life – it would be peas. Preferably peas and pasta. With the spring vegetables sneaking into the farmer’s markets and grocery stores, fresh peas have made an appearance, and I have been searching for a new peas and pasta recipe. […]

Zucchini Quinoa Salad

What is it about Sunday nights? Every Sunday night, I try to make up for the sins of the week. Oh – and this week was sinful.  We had our 3 5-year old grandsons for 2 days and it was pizza, hamburgers, more pizza and bacon. What was I supposed to do? Eat yogurt when […]

Jambalaya!

Oh Baby! It was hot and spicy here this weekend as I made Val’s husband’s recipe for Jambalaya. Jambalaya originated in the Caribbean Islands. The Spanish culture mixed with the native foods created what is known as Jambalaya. Jambalaya is traditionally made in three parts, with meats and vegetables, and is completed by adding stock […]

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