Potatoes and I are best friends. I love them to death and would eat them anyway they are prepared. I guess I am just a potato kind of gal! Here is my version of homemade mashed potato latkes that are less traditional, but still oh so good. They are great to make for breakfast the next morning if you have leftover mashed potatoes from the night before!
I’ve never met a person that doesn’t like ranch dressing. Never. What I have met however is people who don’t want to eat it because it’s generally made with total crap. Understandable. I was one of them. Until recently… when I discovered that it’s so easy to make homemade ranch dressing.
Freshly baked and buttered squash becomes the base of something warm, spiced, and delicious. Apples and onions come together for a sweet addition along with savory spices like garlic and ginger. It’s the perfect dish to welcome Fall.
There is nothing like a delicious Tex Mex Layered side salad no matter what time of year! I make this bean salad when I am in a pinch and want something that is easy but also nutritious. Serve on a bed of rice or in a tortilla, or just as side dish with any meal.
I love lemongrass. It’s so refreshing, earthy, light. It’s one of my favorite flavors out there actually… and mixed with a smidgen of ginger, cilantro, and lime, it’s divine. Divine I tell you. That’s why I adore this Lemongrass Chicken served over zoodles (zucchini noodles).
Mmmm. No one ever says “I want a hearty bowl of resistant starch to feed the good bacteria in my gut.” But maybe they should, particularly with this tasty Rice & Bean Salad recipe.
It’s really no joke, this gluten-free macaroni salad is by far my FAVORITE macaroni salad in the world. Nothing ever compares to this for me; every so often throughout the year I whip up a batch and it literally makes my mouth water. I hosted a baby shower this weekend and I made this macaroni salad for it. Needless-to-say, it was a hit!
Want to enjoy a simple Thai Basil Coconut chicken dish without a needing to buy a lot of strange ingredients? This recipe is an easy, simple dish made with every day pantry items.
There are many variations of borscht… some have cabbage, some meat, but nearly all have beautiful red beets. Until now.
Whoever thought to cut open an avocado and a smash it into a dip was a genius. It’s creamy, cool, and tastes so good once it hits the lips! However, I will do you one better…I added fruit to it, creating a flavor component that is out of this world.