My husband and I have a thing for tacos. We could eat them a couple of times a week. One of our favorite combinations is chorizo with potato. This is where the idea of a chorizo and pierogy skillet came about. This meal comes together super quick and is amazing for a crowd. It […]

Old man winter will just not let up! Although it is the first day of spring another snowstorm is upon us.  My dreams of strolling through the farmers market are officially dashed. So I get out my Le Creuset pot and have prepared one last hearty dish. This is not 100% bolognese sauce or traditional […]

    This recipe came about in honor of “baby brina” being the size of a pineapple. I have this fun app from Ovia Pregnancy that tells me her size in relation to fruits and vegetables. Of course, I love relating my child to food already. I pray everyday that she is not a pick […]

Chef One was started in 1999 by Chinese Americans who sought to bring Asian flavors to the mainstream culinary scene.  Their factory is currently located in Brooklyn, New York, The factory turns out an impressive 44,000 dumplings per hour. The dumplings and noodles are served in restaurants throughout New York. Chef One has been working […]

Balsamic beef stew is comforting and hearty with a special touch. Adding in the balsamic vinegar makes this dish better than your average stew. The recipe inspiration came from a Williams-Sonoma  catalogue. Tucked within gorgeous pages of pots, pans, and kitchenware was this recipe. If you love balsamic vinegar this one is for your. I […]

Mediterranean inspired stuffed tomatoes are the perfect solution to a meatless Monday. My moms tomato garden was amazing this year. Her garden yielded tons of tomatoes and eggplants for that matter. We canned the tomatoes, used them Caprese salads, and anything else we could think of! These stuffed tomatoes are filling and flavorful. The cous […]

These Kale and Mushroom pockets are a lot like empanada’s. Anytime you can stuff pockets of dough with anything I think it is a winner. Especially when the kale is cooked down in white wine and mixed up with cheddar cheese!

I told you I was on a tomato kick! How can you resist when you see full on displays in the grocery store of beautiful red, yellow, green, and orange tomatoes? It is one of the most beautiful rainbows to behold! Okay, so I am getting a little poetic about tomatoes. This dish has two […]

When people go to the gym the usually focus on their motivational playlist or watch the news as they run on the treadmill. As I was doing bicep curls in my gym class I was contemplating what to make for lunch. It is about that time where what is in the house is scarce and […]

Every time I make taco’s I am always searching for sides to go with it. I always make guacamole and a mango salsa. I keep trying my hand at making a good Spanish rice. So far I have not been successful with the rice. If you have any good recipes for me to try, let […]

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