Homemade Green Tortillas With Spinach and Cilantro

These tortillas have some spinach for color and a bit of cilantro. It's just the right amount of surprising flavor. You must try and see for yourself.  ...more

20 Food Blog Trends That Need to Die in 2015

Honestly, people, we don't know why we even bother. We do the very hard work of reading all the blogs and spotting all the hackneyed trends for you, and for what? We've officially lost the war on stripey straws, mason jars, quinoa, and pumpkin spice. ...more

How to Go Vegan in 9 Easy Steps

SURPRISE! The blue-haired hippie is a vegan! Who'd have guessed it, right? There are a number of reasons why people go vegan, which is a post for another day, but in this one I'm going to assume you already have your reasons and are ready to take ...more

Use Extra Christmas Candy to Make These Fudge Recipes

My husband and I rarely eat dessert but if you opened our pantry you'd find yourself facing a whole shelf of candy. We rarely eat it but if we ever get a late-night craving for Skittles, Nerds, jelly beans or Swedish Fish, we're covered. Don't get me ...more

Announcing BlogHer Food '15 and the Call for Ideas

Today we are excited to announce the BlogHer Food '15: Experts Among Us conference! ...more
hanab08 Yep, this will be road trip for me!more

Blizzard Fun: Make Snow Ice Cream

Snow ice cream, or snow cream, is super easy to make. Here in New England, as in much of the country, we’re buried under an ever-expanding blanket of fresh snow. One way to keep away cabin fever is to make tasty treats. If you have little ones home from school, they’ll have fun making this with you. You can use other flavors of extract besides vanilla too. Peppermint would work really well. ...more
I've made this in the past, but I agree with the other commented these days - no snow ice cream ...more

Power Up Your Day With the Most Delicious Breakfast Casserole

Nothing makes me feel more virtuous than starting out my day with a healthy dose of greens—so dishes like this Power Greens Breakfast Casserole with Feta and Mozzarella are my breakfast standbys all year long. This breakfast casserole is vegetarian, low-carb, and gluten-free, but it's also absolutely delicious. I'd happily eat it for a Meatless Monday meal any time of day. (I like a nice dollop of sour cream on mine!)...more
Elaine Griffin Thanks Elaine!more

Messy Motherhood, Chapter Two

I think I’ve cut back posting on motherhood because I didn’t really realize what a nerve it strikes in some. Like…I don’t feel like I should be judged for how I choose parent my child and I am certainly not looking for any unsolicited advice on how to do so. Also, I don’t judge any of you for the choices you make with your kids ....more

Lemon curd tart

A few days ago I shared a recipe for lemon curd. Here is what I made with it - a beautiful lemon tart. Well, technically, half of one since there wasn't enough curd to fill the entire crust ....more

Smoky Spanish chickpeas with spinach

Back in my twenties, my drink of choice was a vodka soda, clean and crisp with a slice of lemon. My thirties witnessed a turn toward wine, as befits a stint in Paris. And now that I’m entering...more

Chili Con Queso

At least once a week, my kids beg me...more

Super Delicious, Super Fun, Super Bowl!

It happens every year. I’m quite sure that my esteem will greatly plummet in the eyes of...more

Rustic Ricotta Cheesecake

Boy, oh boy, this Rustic Ricotta Cheesecake is so satisfyingly wonderful. ...more

Best Dining Spots to Watch a Sunset on 30A

Highway 30A is a 28.5 mile stretch of road that follows the Gulf of Mexico on the panhandle of Florida. It’s a strikingly gorgeous and peaceful...more

Roasted Portobello and Potato Soup

I’m in the Northeast, and baby, it’s cold outside! When I came in from excavating a ton of snow from my driveway yesterday, I had one thing on my mind: a hot bowl of soup so good it would make me forget all about this...more

Considering … Consider the Lilies

This past Sunday I lost my cool....more

Chicken ala King

My mum has been making chicken ala king for as long as I can remember. I’ve always loved the way the sauce sinks into the rice, making every bite taste creamy, savoury and delicious. I was amazed when I first learned that the recipe called for milk and sherry ....more