Toasted Coconut and Tangerine Pound Cake
Pesto Risotto With Roasted Zucchini
Beef + Guinness Stew: So Delicious and Comforting!
Crispy Cream Blueberry Blondies With Macadamia Nuts
Potato soup - russet potatoes are slowly simmered with an entire head of garlic for this tasty, rich and creamy soup.
Easy Parmesan Pasta - 15 minutes to dinner!
The Pioneer Woman’s Homemade Glazed Doughnuts, baked by Three Many Cooks
Farm Share Breakfast Burritos
Chana Masala with Quinoa, a strong lusicious dish
Shrimp Stir-Fry with Sugar Snap Peas
No Yeast Cinnamon Rolls
English Muffin Bread
Balsamic vinegar joins strawberries, lending a unique and enhancing flavor to the traditional strawberry jam.
Braised Barbecue Round Steak - fairly inexpensive and easy, this is great comfort food.
Greek Hummus Dip. Transform store-bought hummus into something perfect for a party!
Vegetarian-friendly layers of buttery puff pastry topped with roasted leeks and crumbled goat cheese.
An Indian spicy gravy with lots of garlic and freshly ground spices.
Marinated chicken pyttipannu: a typical Finnish with a Mediterranean touch (Recipe in Spanish and English)
Grilled Ahi Tuna on a bed of sauted spinach
Rosemary Apple & Goat Cheese Crostini.
Crisp Tofu with Asian Greens and Peanut Sauce
A fun spring dessert reminiscent of pretzel bottom jell-o without the gluten, dairy, soy, preservatives, and colorings!
Cinnamon Apple Quinoa Parfait...a breakfast for champions!
Home-made quark (fresh cheese) with herbs. Awesome as a bread spread or dip. (Recipe!)
Funghi sott'olio, an old Italian method of preserving mushrooms in oil. You need to add this to your next antipasti plate.
All the wonderfulness of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich in a scrumptious dessert! Bet you can't eat just one!
Caramelised slices of aubergines. Brushed with a miso dressing and roasted in the oven.
easy-peppery-cheesy drop biscuits.
Lemon Shortbread Bars
Croissants, old style and new style ( in Portuguese).
Surprise - there's a cupcake inside of your Easter egg. Just crack and eat!
Spring is in the air with this yogurt and chrysanthemum salad!
My favorite part of St. Patrick’s Day is actually the day after. That is when I get to make corned beef hash out of my corned beef and cabbage leftovers.