Here’s a super easy dip and/or dressing for delicious entertaining.
Once fall hits, this soup always finds its way to my table.
This recipe is a delicious, easy and an interesting way to serve up fall’s superstar: the apple.
This ranch, as a dip or salad dressing, is so good I basically want to fall head first into it and lick the bowl clean.
This bean dip recipe is basically my variation of refried beans — it makes good use of whatever beans we have left over from the night before, and it’s delicious!
The goal of summer entertaining is making it relaxed, fresh and enjoyable— even for the hostess.
Call me crazy, but I prefer the taste of the tomatillo salsa made in the molcajete to salsa made in the food processor. You can literally taste the difference. Amazing!
I’m currently lusting over this basket ricotta cheese from Bellwether Farms. And like most recipes on the site, it’s all about combining well-chosen, in-season ingredients to create simple, delicious food…it just takes a “few good men” to make for some pretty happy women.
It sort of surprises me now, but from a young age (I think I was about eight) my mom always let me make the salad dressing for dinner. It was usually some variation of Italian, sometimes creamy, sometimes not, but it always made me feel important.
I love chicken salad. It’s pure comfort food– a surge of protein with a mayo chaser, what’s not to love? Here’s my latest take on this classic, inspired by the green spring onions and basil in my garden.