This delectable recipe for maple butterscotch macadamia blondies is a sweet alternative to the traditional brownie. Bet you can’t eat just one!
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!
The best bolognese sauces are slow-cooked, so go find that slow cooker I know you have! Here’s the recipe for the best and easiest slow cooker bolognese sauce ever.
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.
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!
Ah, these red wine short ribs! They are the perfect, hearty, easy way to welcome in fall. Because as much as I hate to say farewell to the basil and the local tomatoes and my flip-flops and sleeping with the window open, there’s something comforting about breaking out the cozy sweaters and the first fire in the fireplace of the season. And of a warm and wonderful supper bubbling busily on the stovetop on a gray Sunday afternoon. Ready to break in fall with me? Let’s make it!