Summertime, and the Kitchen Is Easy (Or It Will Be With These Dinner Tips)

Dear Mouthy Housewives, I'm too lazy to cook dinner for my family this summer, plus it's too hot. Any ideas? Signed, Kitchen Is Closed  ...more

Honey Balsamic Shredded Chicken Sandwiches

Slow cookers aren't just for winter soups: Pull that baby out to use in the summer months, too! You can make the tangy, honey-balsamic sauce in less than 30 minutes, then throw everything in the cooker for a painless, easy dish. ...more

Gluten-Free Vegetable Quiche with Cashew Herb Crust

It may already feel like summer, but we have a couple more of weeks of late spring before the seasons officially change, which means you still have time to make this lovely Spring Vegetable Quiche with Cashew Herb Crust from Dishing Up the Dirt ...more

Whole Grain Rye, Spelt and Berry Scones

I've been reminiscing about last year's berry season in the country, so I did some berry scone baking on Sunday to crush my craving. At first bite, I knew I had to share the recipe on the double. Food blogs were made for sharing recipes like this ...more

What I Learned From My Whole30 Experiment

When I first heard about Whole30, I thought it was crazy and quickly dismissed it as something I would never try. It requires 100% compliance 100% of the time, and there are way too many restrictions: no dairy, no grains, no sugar, no soy, no legumes ...more

How Choose, Store, Chop, and Cook Onions

Onions are a kitchen staple in the kitchen: Whether minced, diced, or sliced, they appear in almost every dish we cook. You can prepare them in all sorts of ways, and you can find them in almost every cuisine. Onions hold up well. They are often the first item on an ingredient list when starting to cook a recipe, and they're one of the vegetables that takes the most time to cook. ...more

The Coolest Lentil Salad for a Hot Summer Day

Have you ever given much thought to lentils? These tiny but tasty legumes are one of the earliest cultivated crops used by man, and lentils (also called pulses) are used extensively in vegetarian recipes all over the world. ...more

Fresh Summer Fruit Tart With Peaches, Figs, and Berries

Make this easy summer fruit tart with puff pastry and ripe peaches, figs, and berries—they come together in minutes and take less than half an hour to finish. ...more
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Reese’s Pieces Banana Cake

This easy Reese’s Pieces Banana Cake is light and fluffy and made from scratch! The chocolate fudge frosting is the perfect compliment to this incredible cake! Can we all just agree that banana, chocolate, and peanut butter is possibly the best flavor combo to ever exist? ...more

Basic B. Burrito

I wanted to call this the Brokea$$ Basic B#%$ Burrito. But Basic B. will work ....more

No-Churn Strawberry Swirl Ice Cream

After a huge positive response to my No-Churn S’mores Ice Cream Recipe, I really wanted to make another no-churn ice cream. Normally, I’m all over anything chocolate and caramel – I make this Chocolate-Caramel Sorbet...more

Greek Pasta Salad with Zesty Vinaigrette

This. This is it. This is the pasta salad you'll want bring to your next cookout. You'll be the talk of the town and the same question will be on everyones mind…"Can I get the recipe?" Okay, that may be a little dramatic, but if there was ever a pasta salad that called for drama, you're looking at it....more

Mustardy Lentil and Sweet Potato Salad

There are recipes we try and love once or twice, and a few that make it into our longtime dinner rotation. And then there are recipes that we make, love, and immediately turn into staples. For me, this recipe is the latter ....more

Best Blog Party

Welcome to Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop and Recipes for our Daily Bread. ...more

Coffee Cake Granola

This Coffee Cake Granola combines the best part of the coffee cake, the buttery CRUMB TOPPING, with a honey sweetened, crunchy, coconut oil granola! A few weeks ago my kiddo and I were in the kitchen together. He was helping me make Blueberry Muffin Cake, which is one of our favorites! ...more

Traveling Tuesday ~ to the Cape!

Over the 4th of July I took a little trip to Boston and the North Shore.It is so New Englad and a great place to be in the summer. (notice I haven't posted a single photo of a winter- time trip) One day we took a boat ride to the tip of Cape Cod ....more

Sgroppino Al Limone

Stay cool this summer with this irresistibly smooth Italian cocktail A refreshing and oh-so easy to make blend of lemon sorbet, chilled vodka and bubbly Prosecco A must try! I'm so happy to share this recipe with you today. Not only because I know you will loooove this refreshing cocktail ....more

How Choose, Store, Chop, and Cook Onions

Onions are a kitchen staple in the kitchen: Whether minced, diced, or sliced, they appear in almost every dish we cook. You can prepare them in all sorts of ways, and you can find them in almost every cuisine. Onions hold up well. They are often the first item on an ingredient list when starting to cook a recipe, and they're one of the vegetables that takes the most time to cook. ...more