There’s something about roasting vegetables that is just some kind of magic. Not that there is anything wrong with a plain old raw carrot, but when you take that same carrot, mix it up with some little potatoes and some beets and toss the whole thing with a little olive oil and salt and roast it until everything is warm and tender on the inside and a little crispy on the outside…that is Vegetable Magic. And when you add in some cheese and top the whole thing off with a poached egg…hello, GORGEOUS! Ready to give a whole new meaning to egg salad? Let’s make it!
Well, it’s the day after Halloween, which means Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which means we are in hot pursuit of Thanksgiving recipes both old and new. I’m always in charge of bringing mashed potatoes (and I always use my friend Ree’s naughty recipe for mashies with cream cheese), but this year I am also in love with this recipe for roasted butternut squash with feta cheese. I love butternut squash anything, so when soft feta is added to the mix, along with a lemon honey drizzle and a few baby greens…well, that’s definitely something to be thankful for.
Ready to butternut up your Thanksgiving? Let’s make it!
This recipe is so quick and so easy and SO delicious, and it’s all about one of my favorite appliances. The food processor. Yep, as long as you can boil water and push the on button, you are all set with this one, and that’s my kind of dinner on a weeknight. And recently we had a weekday to end all weekdays (wedding update, hint hint!) so it was great to have a delicious and easy pasta recipe to come home to.
Ready to hear the latest wedding journey news, and to follow that up with some pasta with shrimp and feta cheese sauce? Let’s make it!
I love any recipe that has “one bowl” in the title, because it suggests that supper is going to be a conglomeration of delicious things that are going together fast in, yep, one bowl. Less dishes to wash, more wonderful things in one bite – what’s not to love? Especially when we are talking about tangy, delicious chicken souvlaki. Ready to one bowl-up your chicken souvlaki? Let’s make it!
Okay, so this is definitely NOT your grandmother’s tuna casserole. Yes, there is tuna, and yes, there are noodles. But there are also artichoke hearts and there is also feta cheese, and there is absolutely no cream-of-anything soup. It’s light and flavorful with the perfect mixture of cheese and artichoke and just the right amount of pasta. I’m calling it a Mediterranean version because of the feta and artichokes, but you can also call it scrumptious…let’s make it!
Before I get into the deliciousness that is this recipe for roasted tomatoes with shrimp and feta, I have to say this: Ah, Fall. The days are shorter, the air is crisp and clean-smelling. We’ve used the fireplace for the first time, and I’ve gotten out all my cozy sweaters. It’s the perfect time to have an warm and easy supper that is rich with the flavors of sweet tomatoes and tangy feta and tender shrimp. Ready for one of my favorite seafood suppers? Let’s make it!