The temperatures are ticking up as we settle in for our daily happy hour on the porch.
Some weeks, nobody feels like cooking. That's when it's time to make a big ole pot of something we'll eat on for days.
In the throwback machine, better known as the newspaper's files, we came across this recipe for Bacon and Date Pralines.
I went shopping as usual at my local farmers market Saturday morning. That feels so nice to say. Words like “usual” and “shopping” haven’t been part of my vocabulary in a long while.
A tender bell pepper stuffed with spiced beef and rice makes a tasty dinner, and it's a great way to get a few veggies into your diet.
Confined indoors by the coronavirus shutdowns, many people have found comfort and connection through homemade breads and pastries. Perhaps a new wave of amateur bakers has formed.
There's something about the combination of coconut and shrimp that is just so appealing, like you're sitting on a beach somewhere with a mai tie in hand.
If you haven't gotten mom a gift yet (hint: Mother's Day is Sunday), make her this Dreamy Lemon Cheesecake and you will immediately become her favorite.
Compared to the stress of grocery shopping these days, the peaceful pace of rolling up to the farmers market is a welcome respite. It’s so nice to have fresh vegetables, meats, even spices and teas handed to me through the car window.