4 Recipes for Homemade Popsicles

The weather in New Hampshire is such a tease. We get days that feel like summer and then other days where I fear I’ll see snowflakes. Now that we’re almost into May, I think we are safe to say the warmer days of spring and summer are coming. And that means you should stock your… Read More >

What to Do with Leftover Hard Boiled Eggs

Once Easter is over, many of us are overrun with dyed hard boiled eggs. Sure, they make a good and simple breakfast, but you can only eat so many of those before you start getting sick of them. Here are some great ideas on what to do if you are swimming in leftover hard boiled… Read More >

Slow Cooker BBQ Short Ribs with Pimento Grits

I just adore short ribs. Usually if I see braised short ribs on a restaurant menu I don’t look much further. I’ve made them several times before at home but never in the crockpot and never with a barbecue flair. The original recipe called for bone-in ribs which I couldn’t find at the grocery so… Read More >

Coconut Key Lime Pie

I just love key lime pie – pair it with a homemade graham cracker crust and you have one of my favorite desserts. This time I gave it a little twist with the addition of coconut. I did really enjoy this pie as is, but if I were to make it again, I would add… Read More >

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 >