“Cooking and baking is both physical and mental therapy.”― Mary Berry
One of my favorite coffee moments this summer was having an Iced Honey Lavender Latte at Mod CoffeeHouse downtown Galveston. I have found a recipe to hold me over until my next sip.
This is so tasty and super easy to make. What you will need: 1 cup pineapple (if you use frozen berries you will not have…
This is so tasty and super easy to make. What you will need: 1 cup blueberries (if you use frozen berries you will not have…
90% Comfort Food + 10% Childhood Nostalgia = a perfect midweek dinner.
I absolutely love going out for coffee, but sometimes a nice yummy coffee can be made at home too! I created this over time and have perfected it, I hope you enjoy it too!
It began as a childhood memory, rice and ground beef in the skillet. I believed it had a few colors in it along with some mushrooms. My mother had no recollection of this concoction that she once created. So over the years it was trial and error, trying new things, searching, and wondering if what I ate or what I saw was the missing dinner that I longed to eat. I have finally perfected this mystery meal and ready to share it with you all.
A few years ago, I had Sausage Wraps on the menu. I loved eating them, yet they took so long to make; boiling, wrapping, stuffing, baking, basting … So, I opted to throw all of the ingredients into the skillet instead. What began as a simpler way to create a more difficult meal has become a family staple (with a few changes). As ground beef prices continue to soar and purchase limits are put in place due to COVID-19, it is time to be a little creative with the meats that we use in our meals. I share with you, Sausage Spaghetti to save the day!
As the weather warms up, I seek out light meals full of protein and nutritious fresh veggies to delight our tastebuds. As I continue to crave garlic and lemon, I decided to try out a creation of my own. This Creamy Herb BLT Pasta Salad is a combination of a new recipe, classic sandwich, with a creamy twist.