Smoky Chicken Corn Chowder with Bacon

I’m a big fan of soup in general but chowder is always a favorite. The problem is that they tend to be super rich and my stomach doesn’t always tolerate the influx of dairy very well. Lucky for me, and for all of you out there who don’t or can’t eat a lot of dairy,… Read More >

Mushroom & Shaved Asparagus Frittata

I do love a good breakfast for dinner meal. A frittata is a great example of a food that’s just perfect at either meal and bonus, it’s a dream to put together. In less than 30 minutes, you can prep this frittata and a side salad and you have a great meal that’s light, springy,… Read More >

Green Food to Make for St. Patrick’s Day

For many, St. Patrick’s Day is a day filled with traditional Irish food. I don’t know about you, but corned beef and cabbage doesn’t really do it for me. I do have Irish heritage in my blood and would love to celebrate the day with food, especially given that I work for a gourmet gifting… Read More >

Baked Potato Soup

March in New Hampshire means you never quite know what you’re going to get. It could be 60+ degrees and sunny or like it was this past weekend, in the single digits with the wind chill pushing temps below zero. I personally feel that March is still soup season – it’s so warming and there… Read More >

How to Make Pork and Pineapple Burgers

Pork burgers are an excellent alternative to beef and can be flavored in a variety of ways. These pork and pineapple burgers took a barbecue/Hawaiian route and they were juicy and absolutely delicious. I used a grill pan indoors because well, it’s freezing outside in New Hampshire in February. If you’re lucky enough to have… Read More >

Crockpot Recipe: Sweet Potato Chili

It’s still cold here in the Northeast and still definitely chili weather – which really goes well into spring for us in New Hampshire. I love how easy this sweet potato chili is and how different it is, too. The cinnamon really plays well with the sweet potatoes and the mix of turkey and beef… Read More >

Molten Chocolate Cake with Raspberry Vanilla Filling

There’s no more romantic dessert than a molten chocolate cake, but you fill it with a sweet raspberry vanilla filling and it’s even more impressive. These cakes are easy to make and will wow your dinner date – makes an especially good ending to a Valentine’s Day dinner, but would be welcome at the end… Read More >

Quick Korean Beef Bowl

Some nights you just need dinner on the table NOW. This recipe mimics the taste of Korean barbecue which typically takes hours if not days to prepare, but will be on the table in less than 20 minutes. You can absolutely customize this Korean beef bowl to your liking – if you’re not that into… Read More >