Quick & Easy

  • Guacamole is the quintessential party appetizer, and I’ve got a delicious version for your next fiesta. With only a handful of ingredients, you can be munching on homemade guac within 5 or 10 minutes. First, a little backstory. 15 years ago I did a cooking immersion in Oaxaca, Mexico. We focused on traditional recipes and
  • During the week, it’s a scramble just to get out of the door. There’s no way I’m thinking about doing something home cooked. So on Saturdays and Sundays, when we have a bit more time, I like to indulge in a special breakfast… it might be pancakes, or homemade scones, waffles, french toast, or breakfast bread.
  • Something old, something new, something borrowed… It’s not what you’re thinking, no one’s getting married! This is my Easter post, and I’ve got three recipes that bring this old saying to “Topp” of mind. Lots of people have an Easter main they make every year, usually a honey ham or a leg of lamb. So I focused on dishes
  • What’s an Easter brunch without deviled eggs? I freshen up an ol’ time favorite, adding delicious basil pesto to the filling. You can’t beat this flavor… Who doesn’t love deviled eggs? They are a staple on Easter – super traditional and super tasty. But why not give them a little pizzazz? There are so many
  • Spring cooking doesn’t get more simple than this gorgeous asparagus tart. Store-bought puff pastry makes putting this together a cinch- and fresh, in season asparagus makes it a special April treat. Originally from Martha Stewart, but with tweaks of my own- for a seasonal and festive tart that will look like you spent hours
  • This is my go-to drink for a fair-weather party. It’s so easy to make, and actually gets better the longer it sits in the fridge- make it hours ahead of time, and you get to tick a box off of your pre-party checklist. I love how “non-recipe” this drink can be. If I happen to have a good amount of leftover wine in the
  • My husband’s birthday is next week, which can only mean one thing… more cake! I know, I know, it was just my nephew’s birthday and I posted a gorgeous chocolate cake in celebration, but well, that’s just the way the cookie crumbles. You all will have to suffer through yet another scrumptious cake 😉 Each year in early
  • Sink your teeth into this… a low-fuss, high flavor version of everybody’s favorite Tex-Mex dish… FAJITAS! You’ll love the zesty lime, garlic, and ancho chili marinade, but my real twist is the grilled avocados. Sure, you could purchase a good quality store-bought guacamole, but while the grill is going, why not toss
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