Sticky Ginger Chicken and Veggies

Have your meal plans this month consisted of tons of healthy chicken and vegetable dishes? Well I have another one for you!!! I promise you, it will not be your everyday healthy meal. And I promise you, you'll want to make it again. We're going Asian with a ginger garlic chicken made sticky and crisp with honey. Cast Iron Cooking--Sticky, Ginger Chicken Staub recently sent each of us a cast iron piece to try out. I already have a large dutch oven, so I really wanted a short, wide, kick-fanny braiser that would … [Read more...]

Baked Tomato Risotto

I just love a good creamy risotto. 'Risotto' is style of cooking rice so that it is more creamy. The creamy happens because the rice is cooked in some type of broth and it releases starches making the entire dish thicken and become creamy. Long grain rice doesn't work so well for this. Short grained rice, particularly Arborio rice is the best. The shorter the grain the more starch. If you wanted to make a simple pot of arborio rice, you simmer some rice in veggie or meat broth and stir and stir, adding more broth when … [Read more...]

Almond Joy Breakfast Shake

Oh So Delicioso has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #KashiPlantPower #GOTOGETHER #CollectiveBias Who else struggles with breakfast!?  I am ALWAYS rushed in the morning, so my go-to breakfast is always a shake.  I've come up with some fun, tasty recipes over the years - and so I thought I'd share one of my staples today.  With all of the processed foods these days I like to start off the day with something that is good for me, so I find a breakfast shake … [Read more...]

Tangy Black Beans and Rice – Pressure Cooker

Are you guys convinced yet that pressure cookers are pretty amazing? Steph's previous post vegetarian chili and pot roast had me drooling.. if you didn't catch her pressure cooker roast and chili recipes you need to go check them out! Today I'm going to share a simple yet delicious black bean and rice recipe. Since I received my Power Pressure Cooker XL a few months ago I've been playing with different recipes and cooking methods. Many so good and quick! But the function I found myself utilizing the most was the … [Read more...]

Elote en Vaso

Tacos are life. Especially here at OhSo, I don't believe we've met a taco we didn't like. Velvet Taco is one of my favorite taco joints here in Dallas (shrimp and grits taco is next on my list of things to recreate). One of my friends introduced me to their elote. Many of you may have had elote, or corn on the cob with all the traditional Mexican slathering of mayo, lime, cheese, spices. I can't do the mayo, so I was super stoked they didn't use that, AND! and they put it all in a cup for you. I had to ask my Mexican … [Read more...]

Spicy Caribbean Shrimp with Mango Quinoa Salad

You guys. I cannot tell you how excited I am about this new recipe. Summer is slowly coming to an end, so you must make this right now. Although I do see it as a warm, light and delicious escape to the tropical Caribbean during the cold winter months, especially when all you've been making is creamy soup and heavy pastas (what, you don't do that during the winter?). I love this because you can do all of the prepwork earlier in the day (or during naptime) so that dinner time isn't as stressful! So easy! The … [Read more...]

Blue Cheese Herb Butter + Steak Kabobs & Father’s Day Giveaway

Today were having an early celebration for FATHERS DAY!! We have a wonderful GIVEAWAY and a perfect meal for the man in your life.... Did you catch yesterday's post with the Cilantro Lime Butter to pair with chicken kabobs? Today's recipe is a perfect match deep flavor and steak. Either herb butter from today or yesterday will please your man, either of these recipes can be used on a either type of meat. And they don't have to be kabobs either. Kabobs are really family friendly for several reasons (like the meat is … [Read more...]

Mojito Fruit Salad

One of my favorite things about summer is the juicy, fresh produce. Especially from our farmer's market. ESPECIALLY those of the sugary, sweet variety. Make your simple syrup with juice, lime juice, and sugar. Sometimes I go a little overboard and buy a ton of my favorite fruit, nectarines and peaches, so the other day I busted out a cobbler for a friend I took dinner to (while I ooh'ed and ahh'ed at her new, precious little bebe). Smoothies are always wonderful with ripe fruit, but I almost feel like it … [Read more...]

Summer Quinoa Bowl

May is Celiac Awareness Month. Are you aware of Celiac disease ;) 10 years ago if you asked me I would have had no idea, but about that time one of my best friends was diagnosed with it and it changed my way of looking at food for good. She is extremely sensitive to anything gluten. I can't even touch my gluten and then touch anything that she will later touch without her getting sick from it. I remember thinking about all the things she COULDN'T eat back then. But now, the food industry has come such a long ways in … [Read more...]

Chicken and Chorizo Paella

I hope you have been enjoying our partnership with Ralphs grocery store and their Taste of Spain campaign! It's always such an honor for us to be working with such great companies. Our  previous featured recipes, Patatas Brava and Spanish Tapas were delicious and so much fun to make! Today we are sharing a Spanish classic - Paella with chicken and chorizo. A rich and hearty comfort meal that is frequently served through out Spain. How do I know this? Well my husband, Brandon actually lived in Spain for 2 years. He … [Read more...]

Peach Soup

Peach soup- who would have thought? The sweet simplicity of this appetizer adds a nice charm to your dinner. Peaches are such a mild delicious fruit most people enjoy them, making it just the right pre-course to your dinner. I say pre-course because wouldn't serve this as a main dish, as it very light. That it also what makes it so refreshing.  This recipe calls for canned peaches but if fresh peaches are in season, I highly recommend! Give them a little sauté with some sugar to soften and sweeten them up. Maybe add … [Read more...]

Citrus-Infused Elderberry Juice with Takeya

Ok friends. I'm excited about todays post because it's personal and we have a giveaway + coupon code for you! (Head over to Instagram for giveaway details!) I'm sharing a recipe for Citrus-Infused Elderberry Juice made with the Takeya Flavor Infusion Pitcher. We have been using Takeya products for a few years now and are always impressed with the intuitive design and eco-friendly materials. Great company. They are even offering our readers 20% everything on their site! Guys thats huge! Use the code OSD20 to get your … [Read more...]

Coconut Steel Cut Oats with OLLY

My husband and I just got back from a pretty spontaneous trip to Mexico, and the food had me all sorts of crazy! The tacos, the jugo de líma, the salsa, the churros, the helado, and the breakfasts! {and the ceviche and whole-fried-freshly-caught-fish and guac. lots of guac.} Well it's not always that I can eat as well as I'd like to. As much as I strive for it, there are days when it's just not happening! We can't all be in Mexico, carefree, forever, sheesh. This is where OLLY comes  in... OLLY is a … [Read more...]

Pulled Pork Nachos with Chipotle Lime Créma

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 homemade refried beans and … [Read more...]

Lentil and Farro Vegetable Soup

You heard of those everything-but-the-kitchen-sink whatevers with such-and-such? Yeah that's what this is. Healthy, easy, cleans out your fridge and stops food waste. High five, friends! I make this soup a lot during the winter months, especially between those indulgent holiday meals. Sometimes I do chicken, sausage, I throw whatever produce is going bad in there, vary the spices, it's really so forgiving! You can crock pot it all day or simmer it on the stove for about 30 minutes. Farro is a wheat grain … [Read more...]

Hazelnut English Toffee

I love all the Christmas goodies! Not only are they legitimately good (fudge? more fudge? caramel? peanut brittle? truffles? yum!), but they're so nostalgic that you instantly love them. I thought we needed to add my Grandma's English Toffee recipe to the mix on here. It's really pretty simple. Watch and stir the candy over the stovetop (about 15 minutes), spread it on a buttered jelly roll pan, let chocolate melt over the candy, sprinkle nuts and kosher salt, and that's it! This buttery rich toffee is … [Read more...]

Cranberry Mint Water

Whenever I serve water at a party or holiday, I like to make it extra special.  This twist on serving water is perfect for your Thanksgiving dinner.  Not only is it beautiful, but your guest will love the touch of flavor that cranberries and mint add. I like to serve my water in a decorative punch bowl or a drink dispenser.  That way your guest can see what they are serving themselves, and it adds to the decor.  For this water I've chosen a simple punch bowl. Treat your guests and yourself to this simple, … [Read more...]

Homemade Creamy Mashed Potatoes

It wouldn't be Thanksgiving with out mashed potatoes. The turkey is of course the star, but mashed potatoes play a quiet  and important role of best supporting actor. I mean really, with out the mashed potatoes what would you make gravy volcanos with? What would those fully rolls or turkey be dipped in? With out those creamy potatoes, a Thanksgiving feast just wouldn't be the same. So today I'm going to show you have to make some bomb mashed potatoes. They are so easy! Really, it is hard to mess up mashed potatoes. … [Read more...]

Fried Gnocchi and Creamy Vegetable Bowls

GNOCCHI! So vegetarian meal plans usually revolve around pasta, rice, soup, salad, bread, and of course fruits and veggies. But gnocchi can be a great way to break up the rut. Fried.  Chop and cook your veggies. Really, you can use whatever you have on hand or whatever sounds good. After you prepare your basil cream sauce, the last step is frying the gnocchi. It only takes a few minutes, and you're left with little pillows of fluffy potato with a crisp, salty exterior. I just want fried gnocchi for all of the … [Read more...]

Smokey Jalapeño and Bacon Chili

It's chili season! And nothing oozes fall more than chili, plaid, pumpkins and football. Am I right? We wouldn't be a true food blog with out sharing a chili we love. I love to cook up a large pot of chili for dinner and eat left-overs through the week. A big bowl of warm, hearty chili with some sweet corn bread on the side makes me happy. Today I'm teaming up with Chobani Yogurt to share my tasty recipe for homemade chili and telling you my secret ingredients! This recipe is really forgiving and can be customized … [Read more...]

Slow Cooker Refried Beans

I love me a good bean burrito. Nothing fancy, no rice or anything crazy, just simple, tasty refried beans, maybe a little cheese, sour cream, or a smidgen of enchilada sauce, and everything spiced just right. I usually add some spices and a little milk to most cans of refried beans, and while they are delicious, I've been dying to try making my own. Like using real dried pinto beans. I felt very legit, let me tell you... like I just couldn't quit. Y'all it's so easy, you can't mess it up. Beans, spices, … [Read more...]

Sautéed Apples with Bacon

We are big apple eaters over here. They are a staple around our house. As much as we have chicken, pancakes, and bananas- we have apples. No trip to the store would be complete with out stocking up on apples. So when the girls started brain storming ideas for apple week, I knew just what I would contribute.  A year or so ago I switched up our apple routine and tried sautéing them. It was so amazing! I served them over pancakes and it was a hit with the family. Because of the simplicity and common ingredients, this … [Read more...]

Spicy Chipotle Chicken Salad w/ Mission Foods

We have had a fun opportunity to work with Mission Foods and show off a brand new product of theirs... GLUTEN-FREE Tortillas!! Can I get an AMEN?! If you're not singing hallelujahs with me, you might be wondering why gluten-free tortillas? Why not just use a corn tortilla? Well my friends, corn tortillas are wonderful, delicious and have their place in Mexican cuisine. But somethings just can't be made with a corn tortilla! (P.S. Check the bottom of this post for a fun easy giveaway!!) For instance, enchiladas. You … [Read more...]

Italian Delight

I've decided that this is the perfect summer recipe. Fresh herbs and ripe tomatoes give this pasta sauce a bright rich flavor. Not your typical spaghetti sauce. Intact this sauce works amazing with any type of pasta, I chose to pair it with some fresh pasta I made with my KitchenAid Pasta Rollers...those things are amazing. Homemade fresh pasta in minutes. Nothing quite compares to homemade pasta. If you are a pasta lover, they need to be in your kitchen! Click here for tutorial on how to use. Let me explain why I … [Read more...]

Blueberry Basil Chicken with Rice Pilaf

I've always thought blueberries have a bit of an earthy taste...almost like basil. So I made a recipe in my head...tasted it in my head for a few days, and made it in real life. And it was good. And then I went online shopping because I needed a reward (Nordstrom, J.Crew, Gap, AND Anthro have all been having awesome sales this last week. My husband has a voice he does when he's making fun of me explaining that so-and-so had a deal going on....so I bought such-and-such amount and saved such-and such. It's a thing we … [Read more...]

Baja Tilapia, Taco Style

I've had this recipe rolling around in my head for a while.  About a year ago my family and I moved from southern California to Nevada.  Who's with me when I say that socal has THE BEST Mexican food?  Especially Baja Mexican food!  So, with that being said - I have majorly been craving a good Baja fish taco! Tilapia is a really mild fish.  For those of you who don't care for seafood - this is a stepping stone fish.  It isn't very strong and it can easily be flavored to taste however you want it to.  It's a thin … [Read more...]

Mango Blueberry and Quinoa Salad

So I'm a total sucker for carbs and sweets. Cake is my weakness. Put a gourmet cupcake in front of me and I'm a puddle. I'm also very aware those cupcakes are doing nothing to help out my post-baby body. While I'll never give up my cake, I'll balance it out with some quinoa. This mango quinoa and blueberry salad is my new craze. It's light and filling and mixed with some fresh mint, because what doesn't go amazing with mint? It's also is making me feel better about eating carbs and keeping my diet a little more … [Read more...]

Citrus & Salmon Salad

I am so excited to share this recipe with you today.  It is so crazy good. I love seafood and citrus together - so this salad is a match made in heaven.  If you don't like seafood - you should!  I'm kidding.  Kind of. There are so many lovely citrus varieties now-a-days.  You can really use whatever citrus you like, but for this salad I used a naval orange, a blood orange, and a red grapefruit.  I made a simple baked salmon seasoned only with salt and pepper, and a sweet citrus honey dressing.  The combo is … [Read more...]

Radish and Cucumber Salad with Lemon Honey Poppyseed Vinaigrette

Ok.. I have a confession. I'm not a huge salad person. I mean I like them a lot and eat them regularly but I get so bored with them! I have to have some punch and some flavor. The typical "house salad" better have a mean homemade ranch dressing on it other wise I'm done. I've posted a few salads before such as this WonTon Chicken Salad, Tropical Fusion Summer Salad (which is delicious) and Arugula Salad. All of those salads have some bold flavors going on.. from mango to crispy won tons.. I need some action in my salad. … [Read more...]

Nuts About Berries Salad

I spent my fair share of lunches and dinners with girlfriends (and a date or two) at Zupas in Utah. This was like the mecca for the perfect soup, salad, and sandwich place. My friend, Ashley and I always got the Nuts About Berries salad and I'd vary between the Cream of Mushroom soup and what she would always get, Wisconsin Cauliflower soup. These lunch or dinner dates were usually to catch up on the current flavor of the week, feed our famished bellies after an afternoon of climbing, or because she got sick of her … [Read more...]

Baked Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal

Good morning sunshine! Those are usually the first word I say to my kids in mornings.. that or go back to bed. Hah! But usually the former. Another usual at our house is scrambled eggs. My kids like them, they are easy to whisk up and a healthy filling breakfast so I oblige. However, I can only handle so much of any one food before I need a change! So when I noticed an image on Instagram of baked oatmeal, I was instantly captivated. After browsing numerous baked oatmeal hashtags I was craving it! I found a trend of … [Read more...]

Black Bean Cilantro Dip

To Enter To Win a Blendtec Designer Series 625 Click Here Hope you are enjoying our Blendtec week! We have had our Blendtec for a few years now and love it. I'm totally a smoothie type of girl so use it nearly everyday. Besides smoothies I think the next most common thing I make is dip. From hummus, to salsa and this black bean dip. The high power blender makes them incredibly smooth and can handle all the tough chunky veggies I like to add in. This black bean dip is one of my husbands favorites. He makes it for … [Read more...]

Smokey Pulled Pork and Pineapple Taquitos

SO it's like super-duper cold right now and there are all sorts of mounds and mounds of snow blanketing our country right now. Yes, mostly the northeast, but it's still been solidly in the 30s here in Texas (OK except on Valentine's a couple days ago when it was 77...womp womp) and I AM FREAKING COLD. If only we could all be beachside right now with the warm sun baking our skin, an icy cold fruity drink in one hand and these smoky pulled pork and pineapple taquitos with a side of pineapple cilantro guac in the … [Read more...]

Sea Salt Zucchini Chips // Weight Watchers Personal Coaching

Who gets a salty or sugary craving every afternoon at 4:00pm? (Me, raising hand). Who sabotages their healthy eating by giving in to that craving? (Me, raising hand). I have a zero points plus, Weight Watchers friendly fix that you are gonna go bananas over! (P.S. banana are zero points plus too!) Homemade zucchini chips. These babies will satisfy your salty craving and have you swearing off potato chips forever. I mean it! And they are really, really versatile. Add garlic, parmesan, vinegar... whatever your heart … [Read more...]

Chopped Pepperoni Salad // Ninja 2 in 1 review

There is a restaurant in San Diego called Sammy's Wood-fired Pizza.  While their pizza is good, the thing that I always look forward to eating there is their pepperoni salad.  It is one of those things that you think about after you've left the restaurant and crave for the next few days. Now that I no longer live in the San Diego area I had to re-create this salad to satisfy my craving.  Take my word for it - this is such a fun, fresh tasting, and yummy salad!  It pairs perfectly with a delivered pizza, or with … [Read more...]

Fudge Truffles

Fudge Truffles! They are about the most delicous things in the world.. you know from my Candy Cane White Chocolate Fudge post yesterday, that I love me some fudge. What's even better then just fudge, is chocolate-coated fudge. Something about the smooth milk chocolate balances the creamy fudge flavors. I took about 1/2 of my pan of both chocolate fudge and white chocolate fudge and made them into truffles. One thing I notice was having them rolled and chocolate coated made them last longer. Traditional fudge has a … [Read more...]

Candy Cane White Chocolate Fudge

I'm kind of a fudge person. I love fixing up a batch and having the little bite size pieces to snack on through out the holidays. Fudge is pretty simple and can be whipped up in about 15 minutes. The base of this recipe is the one my grandmother uses. What is funny is I was assuming I had some old time classic fudge recipe - coming from my grandma. So this year, I was whisking up a batch of chocolate fudge when I decided to read the back of the marshmallow cream bottle. And I was shocked to see Kraft had stolen my … [Read more...]

Polenta Lasagna Bites

I don't personally know anyone that doesn't enjoy a good hot, bubbly homemade lasagna, so I can't really judge, but I think if I were to meet them, I'd probably give them a good kick in the pants. OK fiiiiine, maybe not an actual kick in the pants, but truly, person, what's not to like? I've turned the classic into a gluten-free, vegetarian appetizer (and the prettiest one at that). Have you tried polenta? It's basically hydrated cornmeal. You can make it with actual cornmeal and any liquid, or you can buy it … [Read more...]

Apple and Coriander Sweet Potato Rice

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group and Smithfield, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #PutPorkontheMenu  http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV Last month I went to a girls' night where we were all supposed to bring something with apples in it. With the cooler months approaching, I wanted to pair my apples with some savory, fall flavors. Sweet potatoes! HELLO. I threw in some coriander and the smell of sweet potatoes and apples roasting in coconut oil and the … [Read more...]

Homemade Green Enchilada Sauce

Enchiladas are one of my favorite foods, but one that I rarely make. Enchiladas made at home have always meant enchilada sauce from a can, and to me enchilada sauce from a can means yuck. Store bought canned sauce ranks way below sauce from the Mexican restaurants enchiladas. After Kadee's red enchilada sauce's was so yummy I got on a enchilada kick. I seriously made those red enchiladas soooo many times I started chaining it up a little bit so my family wouldn't get sick of them. like adding milk to make them creamy … [Read more...]

Salsa Verde Chicken and Kale Soup

I've been making this soup for a couple years now, and every time I do, I can't get over how easy and how delicious it is. I know those terms are used quite loosely in the foodie world, but this is pretty dang foolproof, takes 5 minutes to throw in the crock pot, and the flavors are incredible. Start with a great salsa verde (Trader Joe's for the win, but any will do) and that does most of the work for you with it's tangy tomatillo, savory garlic, and yummy onion and garlic. We fight over leftovers, and I even make baby … [Read more...]

Crockpot Mexican Pineapple Chicken // Freezer Meal

 If you are looking for an incredibly fast and simple dinner.. this is it. With a little bit of a Mexican flare and sweet pineapple, it's a family friendly dinner. I've loved this weeks freezer meal series because it has challenged me to think of dinners that revolved around being fast, simple, and preparing in bulk. I'll be the first to admit I'm not very frugal when it comes to food. I like nice cuts of meat, expensive cheese and plenty of fresh produce. So cooking in this manner is a little out of my norm but I've … [Read more...]

Indian Spiced Fall Roast Beef Stew

Can I get a show of hands for the Bombay House lovers out there?! Holllllaaaaaaa! My husband and I fell in love with Indian food in Provo. Who would have thought Provo would be such a mecca for fine international cuisines? Indian, Thai, Vietnamese (I've heard), they do it all extraordinarily well. Especially during the fall, I'm always looking for opportunities to use different spices, like adding some Indian flavor. Have you heard of garam masala? It's an Indian spice that may be difficult to find, but if your local … [Read more...]

Lemon Sage Roasted Chicken

Food is kinda important to us here at OhSo. Like I kinda plan most things around food, and I'm not ashamed to admit it. My husband calls it expensive, and I like to call it an investment in our future health...and my current happiness. Happy wife happy life? Last year my little family got the opportunity to live with my aunt and uncle in Virgina, just outside of DC. It was fall and it was beautiful! We loved it out there! My obsession with food lends itself to food being an integral part of my emotions associated with … [Read more...]

Won Ton Chicken Salad

I'm kind of a sucker for Asian style salads. I love the sweet tangy dressings, as much as I love Ranch I can only have so many salads with just Ranch! Restaurant style Ranch though.. that's a whole other story. On a typical salad for lunch my go to is EVOO and a little lemon juice. I've used various salad seasons from McCormick and love them as well (such as this Arugula Salad). This summer I post this Tropical Fusion Salad topped with some Grilled Asian Chicken. Well I'm using that chicken again but this Won Ton … [Read more...]

Mason Jar Greek Salad with Chickpeas // Healthy Mama – Julia Mirabella

We have a special treat for you today..  Julia Mirabella fellow foodie and author of "Mason Jar Salads and More" is joining us with a fun Q&A session. She is not only sharing some healthy lifestyle tips, but a recipe from her book as well as giving one away! I shared my love for her cookbook on Instagram a few weeks ago and know you guys will love it as well! What started your journey of writing “Mason Jar Salads and More”? After finishing law school in 2012, I took a year-long position working for a judge … [Read more...]

Chipotle Steak Fries with Avocado Lime Ranch Dipping Sauce

Need a recipe for you football party, something to spice up your fall evening, or just something that will blow your tastebuds out of the water?! We have the perfect recipe. Smoky Chipolte Steak fries baked in the oven with a little kick. Dip them in a tangy avocado and ranch sauce and it makes the dish complete. Best yet.. it's healthy! Potatoes are seriously one of our favorites foods here on OSD. You may or may not know this but Des and I are Idaho girls. Life took us to California, and recently brought me back … [Read more...]

Roasted Asparagus

This is our go-to, always easy, always tasty, fresh veggie side.  It goes with practically everything and I've found that asparagus is nearly always available at the grocery store year round.  I hesitated posting this recipe because it is sooooooo easy.  But - it's a basic and a staple at our house, so I thought it was worth sharing. Prepping asparagus is really a cinch.  All you need to do is wash and trim.  To figure out where you should trim your ends take on and bend until is snaps in to two pieces.  Use that … [Read more...]

Spinach Avocado Bacon Salad // Healthy Mama Series- Chelsey

Hi there!  I'm Chelsey from West Coast Capri and I'm so excited to be on Oh So Delicioso today as part of the Healthy Mama Series!  My husband and I love cooking together as much as we love to eat, so trying out new restaurants or recipes is one of our favorite things to do together.  I have always enjoyed eating healthy, but I think that now that I am a mom to my little girl, I really think about it a lot more because I am responsible for making her meals and making sure that she gets all the nutrition she needs. … [Read more...]

Chicken Salad with Cherry Balsamic Vinaigrette

Cherries just scream summer, yeah? Summer is also synonymous with salads, not just for the swimsuit factor, but the produce! My oh my how I miss California's farmers' markets! Absolute heaven! I love sustaining local growers and knowing where my produce comes from.  My favorite famers' market picks are peaches, strawberries, tomatoes, and cherries. That, and honeycrisp apples, mini pumpkin doughnuts, and croissants during the fall on the east coast. Swoon. Cherries are so lovely. Cooking cherries brings … [Read more...]

Honey Mustard Shish Kabobs

 We are relishing in the warm summer evenings and grilling just about everything we can. Today I have a fun recipe to mix into your weekly meal plan. Honey Mustard Shish Kabobs with a little kick to them! The key to getting that kick is using Colman's Mustard. Colman's mustard has a different flavor that traditional mustards. It really adds a nice tangy and spicy to whatever your using it on. Mixing it with a little honey and chili powder creates a nice sweet tangy that finishes with a little bite.     For these … [Read more...]