I am not a pasta/bread person. Since I was a child I have never been one to beg for a deep bowl of pasta, or homemade bread. I know, I know....I get that reaction from a lot of people. Surprise, astonishment, you're nuts! The Fettuccine Alfredo how ever I LOVE, and so does my whole family. It's not a complicated fettuccine alfredo recipe, just a simple smooth creamy buttery pasta. You can add all sorts of herbs to your desire, dress it up with some grilled chicken. Or just serve as is with a . . .
See, I had just had a baby. my third child. I was sore, tired, and an emotional postpartum wreck to say the least. Then my buddy shows up with dinner, and I probably cried. It was the best thing in the world. So really when I think of this recipe I am really full of overexagerated feelings of warm comfort food love for my dear Steph. I'll admit when she said she was bringing sheperds pie, this was not at all what I was thinking! When I think of Shepherd's Pie...I think leftover meat. Or . . .
I have yet to serve this to a soul who does not end up LOVING this recipe. Seriously, my biggest mac n cheese critics have all walked away asking for the recipe. In all honestly it's not too far off from every other mac n cheese recipe out there-- BUT there are a few secret ingredients that you may be missing when your making your mac n cheese. First...obviously....is about the cheese... You can add all the different variety of cheeses you want, and they'll taste incredible, but for a real . . .
Enter our Mother's Day Giveaway HERE Boy do I have a tasty and easy dinner for you today. Even if you are the main cook in your house - you can easily hand this recipe off to someone else while you sit back and relax this Mother's Day! Mother's Day is one day that is pretty darn special to me. Growing up I always dreamed of being a mother. I had their names picked out, how many boys and how many girls...I knew exactly how many years would be between each of them. Of course life . . .
One of my fav restaurants in Outback Steak House. I love the simplicity and the bold flavors. At a recent trip I ordered a side of broccoli and cheese with my steak and holy moly! It was sodanggood! Broccoli is one of my favorite vegetables - but I know many have an aversion to it. Well I'm here to tell you that if you add this simple cheese sauce to your broccoli - you will be converted! Whipping this side dish up with your dinner will take only a few minutes, and you'll be left . . .
My husband and I are obsessed with the movie Nacho Libre. The first Halloween our son could walk, I made a Nacho costume for him, and it was awesome. We quote it all the time and giggle without fail. We also happen to love nachos. Give us all the nachos. We also love pulled pork, so I added smokey pulled pork and it made my nacho life complete. Make a little chipotle lime créma and this is perfect for your Superbowl party, finger-licking good! I've got recipes for . . .
For how much we love tacos around here - you gotta believe we are eating them for breakfast! This recipe was inspired by a dish I used to order at a local restaurant in Long Beach, CA called Hof's Hut. I always loved those yummy tacos for breakfast! I have such fond memories of dining there with my dear friend. That's what food is all about right? The memories and the meaning. These tacos combine chicken, eggs, cheese, and a chipotle cream sauce for a burst of flavor! Rocking . . .
Last year my mother in law told me about this tasty little appetizer. So when we hosted a Christmas party I whipped it up and it was completely gone by the end of the night. It was so simple and so tasty, that I had to make it again this year when we attended an ugly sweater party. I got so many compliments and questions on this easy dish that I decided to share it here with you guys. This dip is warm and melty with a burst of flavor. You can serve it with crackers or . . .
Everytime we go to Melissa's house for bookclub makes this delicious baked Brie. She serves it over a nice baguette, has some other delicious dessert and we sit as close friends and talk about life, families and of course the latest novel. Book club is one of my favorite things in the world. It has brought good friends, amazing books and some serious delicious food into my life. This is not the first recipe I have snagged from a book club meeting. It's not even the first of Melissa's. What are . . .
FUUUUNERAL POTATOES...I tried to think of a better name, or another name they might be called, because, well- 'funeral potatoes' isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it's not the best either. Especially for one of the best all time comfort foods in the world. It's name almost suggests the opposite. Cheesy Funeral Potatoes are the perfect meal to serve at holidays, and parties. It's one of those dishes that can be made ahead, serve a ton, and tastes AMAZING. Who doesn't love a little cheesy . . .