I have this innate ability to make soup on warm days, rather than on the days I’m shivering in my apartment, too proud to turn on the heater. When I first moved to LA, I used to run the AC in the winter, because it was hot to a girl used to freezing temperatures. Now I’m wearing socks when it’s 60 degrees. SOCKS!! You can’t wear flip-flops with socks, people.
Oh my. This soup is amazing! Ah-MAH-zing. I've made french onion soup before and it was good. But this version? Yup. You guessed. Ah-MAH-zing. You gotta try it. ... [Read more]
I don't know about you—but I've been overindulging lately and was craving something a little lighter that would appease my guilt and fill me up. So I searched high and low and found a winner in these stuffed peppers. I'm not a huge fan of ground beef, so I was thrilled these were filled with ... [Read more]
A couple of years ago when my parents were visiting, I made some pork chops that were served over apples and onions. I don't remember the pork chops at all, but those apples and onions were magnificent. Sweet caramelized onions mixed with tangy apples—what's not to love? Sadly, I lost the recipe. ... [Read more]
I had some leftover blue cheese after making my roasted potato salad with blue cheese dressing. Now I didn't want to be wasteful, so I went on the hunt for the perfect recipe to use up my leftovers. And I kept coming back to this recipe from the Pioneer Woman. The weird thing was I'd made it before ... [Read more]