On Gazpacho

I’m sure that I’ve mentioned Buffalo on here a few times before, but this recipe is a Buffalo ORIGINAL from The Park Country Club. Now, every summer, they would make this gazpacho and it was amazing! I mean, it was cool, fresh, tart, sweet, and when it was topped with their secret avocado cream, THE….

On Baked Soy & Ginger Cod

It’s official…next week I go back to the office twice a week, and it’s going to be real bizarre to say the least. I’m going to be planning on bringing gazpacho with me while it’s hot out, and enjoying the afternoon’s along the river walk like I used to pre-COVID. It’ll definitely be a transition,…

On Bruschetta Chicken

Can I just say, after now being in my house for 2 full months, it is SUCH a treat to have the kitchen to myself again. To mess up a little bit here and there (like for this recipe, I made an entire box of orzo pasta when only 1/4 of it would have sufficed…still…

On Lemongrass Chicken & Coconut Rice

Firstly, I want to do a HARD shout out to my youngest brother-in-law Eddie for graduating from Colorado State University this past weekend! Now, onto this week’s recipe! If you’re intimidated by the name, DON’T! This was the easiest thing to whip up together that it is not difficult on any level, I promise that….

On Roasted Red Pepper & Goats Cheese Pasta

Hi Everyone! After doing recipes with my coworkers for over a year now, this recipe is another doozy of a winner! ABSOLUTELY delicious in every way, and super easy to whip up! Loved it with the farfalle pasta as well! I don’t really have much more to say except, definitely serve with garlic bread and…

On Garlic Butter Chicken

Hello Readers! Man oh man, this month is flying by and I’m so very excited that soon we will be moving into our home! March 26th is the move in date, and as a result, I’ve had to put cookie baking on a back burner until we’re all moved in and unpacked. However, April will…

On Pork Katsu & Garlic Noodles

Hi Everyone, The end of this week will mark a full year since lockdown began, and what a year it has been. So much about how we see the world, how we interact with it, has changed. I know for me, the adjustment wasn’t necessarily an easy one, but when I got into a routine,…

On Garlic Confit

So I think I can safely confirm that I am not a vampire simply because of the amount of garlic I like to consume. If garlic could be a scent…okay, maybe not that far, but if the option is to include more garlic vs less, I’m all in (within reason – we want to be…

On Addictive Asparagus

So a few weekends ago, Daisies (one of our absolute FAVORITE dining spots) sent out an email that they were going to be holding a very strictly monitored pop-up market that was in support of the small businesses that support the restaurant and help make it what it is. So naturally, we were in from…

On Fish & Chips

If I’ve learned anything this year, it’s that I can only get better at different techniques with time and practice, and the only way to practice is to, well, cook! Especially for Alex, who is getting more confident and adventurous in the kitchen every time we cook, these FaceTime moments together are providing both of…

On Bruschetta Bananza!

About two weeks ago, Alex & I changed up the game plan because of the warmer weather and decided to make a couple different bruschetta’s as part of a delicious and fairly light Sunday lunch/dinner! What a way to spend a Sunday afternoon! Not to mention that Frankie & I spent the evening on our porch…

On Chicken & Rice

Because sometimes, one-pot meals are exactly what you need at the end of a long day, rainy day, cold/snow day, or even sick day! And I’m not kidding about that either! This is literally one of those put everything in the pot, let it simmer for a bit, then stuff your face with its hearty…