This cheery looking dish of shrimp and pineapple kebabs with lime vinaigrette is not only fun and easy to make, it is the perfect summery first course. Or, if you are me and the Southern husband and have just eaten your way through the entire southern portion of Vermont, it makes a light and low-calorie supper. Plus there is the pure fun of eating anything on a skewer! Ready to take your shrimp to the tropics? Let’s make it!
There are a few things that say to me, it is completely, totally, no doubt about it summer. Like these spiced peaches with Serrano ham and basil. And the day we flip the switch on the ceiling fans and don’t turn it off again until October. The day it is actually hot enough for meRead More & Get the Recipe
I realize that for a while there I was posting about crostini ALL THE TIME, and I needed to get ahold of myself. But it’s been a while now, and I can only resist the crostini siren song for so long, and so here I am back again in my crostini groove. This time withRead More & Get the Recipe
Is there anything better than a sweet, juicy peach right smack in the middle of summer? A gorgeous, fat peach that you can almost taste just from the velvety smell of it? We are in the midst of a bit of a peach controversy in our house due to this recent article in TheRead More & Get the Recipe
I love crostini. Maybe it has something to do with my love for toast, which you can read about here if you are interested. And even though I flirted with silver dollar pancakes shamelessly in terms of being the vehicle for holding delicious little spoonfuls of various things. But crostini, you will still always beRead More & Get the Recipe
Few things in life are better than coming home from a loooooooong day of work at the office, cracking open a can of tuna and in 10 minutes or less having what can pass as a reasonably presentable supper. In this case, this is the latest in our Friday Night Lights series of suppers, whereinRead More & Get the Recipe