This easy recipe for shepherd’s pie just might be the best comfort food EVER. Warm and wonderful and just right for your supper table.
Things I love in this world (this is not the full list, just for the record!): Avocado toast. The Southern husband. Artisan candles. Pizza. And so in the interest of having them all in one place, I wrote out this recipe for avocado toast pizza, lit a Northern Light candle (more on them later) and served it up to the Southern husband for supper.
And yes avocado toast lovers of the world, it was everything I hoped it would be. Ready to avocado-toast your pizza? Let’s make it!
If you asked me what my favorite recipe was on this site (and as of this moment, I have over 1,200 recipes), it would most definitely be my cornmeal and brown sugar crusted bacon, OBVIOUSLY. But my second would be one of the simplest, most classic dishes on here, which is super creamy macaroni and cheese, cooked on the stovetop for maximum creaminess. Ready for some good old-fashioned comfort food wonderfulness? Let’s make it!
I know, this is my second soup recipe in a row, but I can’t help it. It is now officially fall, there is a little nip in the air at night and in the early morning, and as far as I’m concerned that means it is soup season. And since beets are one of my very favorite fall vegetables, I am extra in love with this nifty recipe for easy beet soup with swirled goat cheese. Ready to kick off soup season with me? Let’s make it!
I would like to claim full credit for this bowl of thick, warm, healthy, colorful, scrumptious roasted carrot soup, but the truth is that my mama made it. I heated it up and adorned it with the very last basil sprig of the season (sob!) but she did everything else, and luckily for you and me, gave me both the soup and the recipe. And I am here to tell you that both are just plain wonderful. Ready for some good and good for you roasted carrot soup? Let’s make it!
This past weekend was full of so many exciting things. It was full of my variation on the classic breakfast wonder that is eggs Florentine, wherein I swap out the rich hollandaise sauce for some lighter but still creamy, dreamy goat cheese. It was also full of the Southern daughter’s bachelorette party. I have lots of info on the first item, and modest info on the second item, but what I have on both is delicious! Ready to lighten up your eggs Florentine? Let’s make it!