Want to get right to the recipe? Here it is 🙂 Asparagus Soup Recipe This Sunday is Easter and I LOVE Easter! This year for Easter brunch we’re having: asparagus soup, Honey Baked Ham, buttered baby parsley potatoes, cucumber salad (Juan’s favorite), peas & carrots, carrot cake, […]
The Germans have their Schaum Torte. The Aussies and New Zealanders have their Pavolva. The Italians, Swiss, and French have their meringues. These are all very similar, consisting of beaten egg whites and sugar. But for our purposes today, I’m going to share with […]
Ok so, I was going to put up a recipe for cauliflower au gratin today, which I LOVE because it is so creamy and garlicy and warm and – you get the picture. Then I looked outside and there was NO color and then I looked at the cauliflower and there was NO color there either. I NEED COLOR!!! I miss Spring! I miss Flowers! I miss the SUN! So here is some COLOR and here is some SPRING flavors and here is some SUN! I hope you enjoy this week’s post Yogi Kale Salad.
For years I’ve used chicken broth and chicken stock interchangeably when adding them to a recipe. For the most part, when I’ve used the store bought variety of either, the difference between the two was negligible. But with the bone broth resurgence, it begs the question: what is […]
So what’s the difference between mayonnaise and aioli? I mean, really, is there a difference? They’re both delicious, creamy, spreadable, and make the perfect dips. Come on, if it looks like a duck, sounds like a duck… Well, yes, actually there is a difference. It’s […]
Jump to Recipe: Popover Recipe Perfect for picnics, school lunches, or a quick snack, these little guys are da’ bomb. They’re cute and they pack a big punch. Just about anything made with a popover has got my stamp of approval. I kid you not, popovers […]