How to Dress Steamed Veggies for Company

Many people have a contentious relationship with steamed vegetables. Steaming vegetables are often considered a nutritious alternative to roasting, sautéing, or frying. However, the blandness of unseasoned, undressed vegetables gives steaming a bad rep. Nevertheless, I have worked on a couple tasty, yet simple dressings that will make your steamed veggies the life of the… Continue reading How to Dress Steamed Veggies for Company

Tardy Thanksgiving Recap: Pies and Birds

It’s been a while since I last posted, but I have some Thanksgiving goodies for you to try out. This Thanksgiving, I scaled back the number of dishes I took on , and ‘only’ made a Bourbon-Honey Roasted Turkey, a green bean salad, and an array of homemade pies [including: sweet potato, and pumpkin]. About… Continue reading Tardy Thanksgiving Recap: Pies and Birds

Skillet-Baked Eggs with Tomatoes, Rice, and a Pinch of Curry

Yesterday morning, I was feeling quite adventurous and hungry from a late night, which ended with Denver getting dumped with snow. In that adventurous spirit, I tried a new method of making eggs, Eggs baked in a skillet. I have always liked how the yolks stick out on top of everything you have cooked, like… Continue reading Skillet-Baked Eggs with Tomatoes, Rice, and a Pinch of Curry

Old Fashion Pecan Pancakes from Scratch Topped With A Fresh Berry Compote

After examining our dwindling pancake mix, I decided that pancakes from scratch would be the best way to feed everyone. Here is the base Homemade Pancake’s recipe I used. However, I doubled it and tweaked it a little. Ingredients Dry Ingredients 1 cup All Purpose Flour 1 cup Whole Wheat Flour 2 tablespoons Oat Bran… Continue reading Old Fashion Pecan Pancakes from Scratch Topped With A Fresh Berry Compote