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The recipe was inspired by my friend Cara … several years ago she introduced me to Black Bean Sweet Potato Burritos, one of my favorite vegetarian dishes. The other day I was in the mood for them, but wanted something … Continue reading
Given the name of this blog, I knew I needed to do a St. Patrick’s Day post and wanted to do something that was actually enjoyable … a step beyond the traditional boiled corned beef, cabbage and potatoes. Now, on … Continue reading
Do you stereotype your food? When was the last time that you cooked a turkey outside of the Thanksgiving to Christmas window? And cooking a turkey you were given at the office in January does not count. You probably have … Continue reading
For many years, I was afraid of puff pastry. I know it is irrational, but it always seemed so intimidating. But then I finally tried it and loved it. Now, it is a “go to” part of my appetizer rotation. … Continue reading
After the past two “meat-centric” posts, I think it is time for something with a different protein source. What could be better than a thick savory bean soup? I’ve always been a fan of soup, it is such a forgiving … Continue reading
Not only have I been a poor blogger recently, I also fell off the cookbook challenge several months back. The other day when I was reading this post on Dinner: A Love Story, I knew I needed to a). try … Continue reading
To describe this meal as Indian would be a gross misstatement, but it certainly has a hint of India. Even better, it has minimal prep time and leaves the house smelling wonderful. The meal was inspired by a visit to … Continue reading