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.
I am going to go out on a limb here and say: this recipe for coffee walnut chocolate chip muffins is my all-time favorite muffin recipe. And this is coming from the girl who has a serious crush on middle of the cinnamon roll muffins, not to mention bacon and egg muffins. But these delectable muffins are in a category all their own, which I think has something to do with the chocolate and coffee and walnut flavor combo that they have going on. Whatever it is, you need them on your own muffin list. So let’s make them!
Oh, I love and adore this soup. For richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, til death do us part, I love this soup, and true love lasts forever. I first posted this recipe in the very early days of my blog, and except for the pictures and a couple of little tweaks, this recipe HAS in fact lasted forever…or for the past 8 years, anyhow. Packed with veggies, pasta and little baby meatballs, this soup has something for everyone. Ready for some soup happiness? Let’s make it!
I am helpless in the face of steak frites on any restaurant menu. Steak frites is exactly what the picture looks like it is…slices of steak with french fries…and when enough time goes by without me running into it while we are out to dinner, I make it myself. And when I make it myself, I get to have my ideal version of it, which is this recipe for medium rare slices of marinated hangar steak with a side of the teeniest, skinniest crispy little fries.
If you don’t count the marinating time, this is a perfect in-and-out of the kitchen in under 30 minutes supper, and it makes me SO happy that it’s in this category of Kate’s Favorites. So (say it with me)…let’s make it!
Spaghetti with garlic bread crumb wine sauce is one of my favorite pasta recipes EVER, and every time I make this one the Southern husband and I look at each other and say, why don’t we make this more often? But absence makes the heart grow fonder, and I am VERY fond of how this looks, tastes, and is so very easy to throw together at the end of a long day. I need this. You need this. Let’s make it!
This recipe for molasses cookies is one of my favorite cookie recipes ever, for a few different reasons. First of all, they are just great cookies, rich with the flavors of molasses and ginger and cinnamon and sugar. Second, they are a snap to make, and they turn out perfectly every time. But most importantly, I make them from a recipe card handwritten by my grandmother, one of the most amazing people I have ever known. Warm, wonderful and just the right amount of spicy, they are cookie perfection. Let’s make them!