Colcannon is a traditional Irish dish of mashed potatoes with cabbage (or kale) and leeks that I remembered this week because I found myself with an over abundance of cabbage.
This take on hash, with Chickpeas, Mushrooms and Spinach is the quickest, easiest, most delicious dinner that I like to make for myself when I am dining alone in winter.
Sweet Potato Corn Chowder with Spicy Sausage is a whole lotta words for yummy soup, and though it is one of my family’s favorites, we only have it once a
Sweet Potato Carrot Puree is a deliciously sweet and savory side dish for anytime, but most of all it is PERFECT for Thanksgiving dinner. I don’t know about you, but
I took a wild guess that I’ve been making this Baked Potato Salad for myself for dinner for 20 years, and then I got out the cookbook in which the
Spicy Red Coconut Curry Sauce is a restaurant favorite of mine and when I see it on the menu, especially with Salmon, it’s almost guaranteed I’m going to order it.
It’s likely that the first time I ate Za’atar spices was in Southern California, as I don’t see them on menus around here often and sadly, had trouble finding them
Calabacitas is not where the Kardashians live. In fact, Calabacitas has nothing to do with the Kardashians, so let’s try to forget about the Kardashians for 5 minutes. O.K.? Calabacitas, the
Summer Fresh Corn and Lima Bean Chowder, it’s a mouthful. And I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking “Succotash soup?” Because you like to say “Succotash.” But, that’s not what
I’m not sure where or why I fell in love with tabbouleh, I just did. In the U.S., tabbouleh is traditionally made with parsley, bulgur wheat, and chopped tomatoes, dressed
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