I’m always getting great ideas from the grocery deli. I don’t necessarily buy, but def use them for inspiration. For me that’s almost better because not only can I usually make something similar at home, like this Spicy Thai Noodle Salad cheaper, I can customize to my taste and any dietary needs, too.
Hi guys! Hope all is well in your neck of the woods. Me, I’m still hanging tight and trying to spread comfort through food! I think food has become ever so more important to so many of us during this pandemic. If any of you are psychologists, feel free to comment! And part of that comfort, for me, is trying to make fun, easy things with basic ingredients that will help shake up the dinner routine. Or should that be dinner rut! That’s where the magic of this Roasted Red Pepper Sauce comes in.
I must be getting old and decrepit (better than the alternative, as they say!) and for sure, I find my memory slipping a bit here and there. (What did I come into this room for is just the beginning, lol!) After I made this Classic Crazy Broccoli Salad I remembered I already have another version here on my site. That one is a lighter no Mayo version. So that’s why I’m calling this one “Classic.” (And it really is!)
Raise your hand if you’re gonna have a weird Mother’s Day! While there are so many things I can’t do anything about, I might be able to help you out a little bit with this recipe for Strawberry Cream Cheese Coffee Cake. Talk about fabulous!
German Baked Apples Bratapfel takes me right back to childhood! I don’t think at the time anyone thought of them as being particularly “German.” They were, like so many recipes that were ubiquitous to the Midwest, just a part of small-town, down-home cooking. Baked apples appeared a lot-at our table for dessert.