Spring and summer provide us with a lot of yellow squash and zucchini. One of my favorite things to do with them is roast them. Thin sliced squash and/or zucchini If you have them you can also include thin sliced potato, onion, and tomato. Salt and pepper Olive oil Rosemary or preferred herbs Cheese –
Tag: Fresh Herbs
As you can probably tell from my Friday posts, I love to cook and I really love to use fresh herbs. But there are a couple of problems. First buying fresh herbs at the store is expensive. So I try and grow my own in the traditional planter boxes. Well I don’t exactly have a
Good morning! I hope your Friday is going well, if its not, well at least tomorrow is Saturday. This week’s recipe is easy, something you can throw together with limited ingredients. Ingredients: Pasta Cherry Tomatoes – Sliced in Half Butter Lemon – Zest and Juice (you can use white wine vinegar also or instead of
I make a ton of chocolate chip cookies and I make a variety of odd herbed cookies; lemon-rosemary, sage thumbprints, etc. But I wanted to make something that was a bit more mainstream in the cookie work without being sugar or chocolate chip so I decided on snickerdoodle. Ingredients: 1 C. Butter – room temperature
I haven’t posted any sweets lately even though I have been baking like a fiend so I decided to post this recipe. Both my boyfriend and my coworkers thoroughly enjoy these cookies and I hope you do to: Ingredients: 3 C. Flour ½ Tsp. Baking Soda ½ Tsp. Salt 2 Lemons 1 ½ C. Granulated
As I have said in a previous post my boyfriend has developed a love of capers so I try to include them in recipes when I can. Simple to make recipes can be as good as complicated ones and simple is what you need after a long day at work. If you want to make
We made it to Friday. Thank goodness because it’s been a busy week. Moving is crazy but we are halfway there. Despite all this craziness I had time to make some more marinara. My Nana had given me a ton of large garden fresh tomatoes and onions. I wanted to try something different this time
Fresh and light food is perfect for long hot days. I found this recipe, modified it a bit and whipped it up. This recipe is nice and light and if you are feeding a lot of people it is easy to double. Ingredients: Salad: ½ C. Uncooked Quinoa 1 Large Squash – diced ¼ C.
Hey all so I did something a little different and recorded myself making this recipe. This one is super simple and flavorful. Ingredients: 1 C. Parmesan 2 Tbs. Fresh Thyme Directions: Preheat oven to 300℉. Line cookie sheet with parchment paper. Mix cheese and herbs. Divide mixture in circles using a circular cookie cutter. Bake
Happy Friday all! I hope that you are doing well. So I meant to have an awesome recipe for you all today but I messed it up. Mistakes are good learning experiences thought and I decide to share this one with you so that we can all learn and maybe I can laugh at myself.