Scrambled Eggs, Avocado, and Smoked Salmon on Toast
a roman favorite, cacio e pepe
Barbecue-Lacquered Baby Back Ribs
Duck Quesadillas with Chipotle Cherry Salsa and Goat Cheese
padron peppers are all the rage in restaurants - but you can make them at home in 5 minutes
These veggie-loaded grits cakes are fantastic both hot and at room temperature.
Tomato Jam... it's sweet, it's spicy, it's awesomely delicious and oh so easy to make.
Shell Beans Pasta with Cilantro Lime Vinaigrette. Easy healthy weekday dinner recipe!
One of the best things I've done with leftovers -- leftover red-cooked pork belly banh mi!
Penne Pasta with Chicken and Mushrooms--a quick and easy meal using a rotisserie chicken.
Honey Garlic Chicken - 5 minutes prep time then slow cooked all day!
Calamari, vegetable and whole wheat orzo salad. No mayo, so it's picnic perfect!
Ouefs en Cocotte Provencal Style. Oven baked eggs with cream, anchovies, cherry tomatoes, olives and pesto.
Pesto Zucchini "Spaghetti"
Bacon cheddar BBQ burger made with a homemade Dublin Dr Pepper BBQ sauce.
A simple go-to soy dipping sauce you can make in a minute flat!
Sweet & Spicy Cucumber Salad
Soft, pillowy gnocchi engulfed in goat cheese, basil and farm-fresh cherry tomatoes.
Fried Zucchini Flowers Stuffed with Bocconcini and Lemon.
Seared Salmon with Dill Dijon Sauce
Pomodoro Fresco Pasta Salad
Raw Cucumber Wasabi Soup
DIY Pasta: Sundried Tomato Basil Fettucini
Cilantro-Lime Tofu Sandwich.
Freezer friendly Jamaican Jerk Chicken -- freeze this chicken in its spice infused marinade then just thaw, grill and enjoy.
Golden watermelon with nuoc cham, dried shrimp, and peanuts
Chipotle Chicken Tostadas with Fresh Corn Salsa
Super thick & rich homemade pizza sauce!
Grilled red snappers served with brown butter-soy sauce, easy and impressive!
Beets & Bowties
Carrot Ginger Soup with coconut milk and fresh cilantro.
Vanilla Brined Pork Chops with Hot-Sweet Rub, throw your grill a curveball this weekend with this tasty dish!
The cherry tomatoes are ripening on the balcony. What better way to enjoy their succulent flavour than in a simple tomato sauce with orecchiette?