Bowls are the new plates. It's true. Martha Stewart said it, so it's true. Ha ha! Really though! Have you noticed how popular meals served in bowls have become? I love serving food in the Fiesta bistro bowl. They are truly one of my favorite pieces of dinnerware. The depth is perfect, they are chip resistant, and they are beautiful to boot! Today I'm serving up a California roll...in a bowl. Who is a sushi lover out there? If I'm being honest - I'm pretty reserved when it comes . . .
Dinner in 10 minutes?! Yes please! This tasty dish will be on your table before it is even set! I love shrimp, and I love summertime grilling. Add some juicy fresh peaches and you pretty much have heaven on a platter. My love of seafood started when I was a kid. I have really fond memories of camping with my family. My dad would get up early to go fishing and he would catch our dinner. We feasted on rainbow trout grilled over the camp fire during those trips. Since then I haven't been . . .
Oh my goodness! This was the best dinner! And I only dirtied one pan to make it. I have the pickiest eater known to man - in the form of a 4 year old boy, and he gobbled this right up and asked for more. The flavors in this dish were so fresh and yummy - it is definitely going on the regular dinner rotation. This meal is perfect for those busy nights when you need a quick dinner and no fuss. I love LOVE my Fiesta cooking ware. The non-stick is perfect and cleans up like a dream! . . .
Who is a Zupas fan?! My family and I recently went back to visit Utah and play in the mountains. Oh, my heart...my poor, aching heart!!! and I had to have some of my favorites to eat. Plenty of dranky dranks and sugar cookies, and perhaps one of my most nostalgic places, Zupas. We have a few copycat recipes here, like our Nuts About Berries Salad, Wisconsin Cauliflower Soup, and now this - Roasted Red Pepper Hummus BLT. Zuppas Copycat My little family and I were running by my favorite . . .
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 . . .
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None of us here at Oh So have ever really submitted to a particular diet. We like our veggies, our fruit, our cookies, our steak, we like it all in moderation. I feel confident in saying that none of us would ever give up bread. It's also safe to say that we like to make things ourselves instead of buying them when we can--and when we have the time (there are 12 1/2 littles between us). I took Des' quick french bread recipe and turned it into a crusty round of bread bursting with . . .
You heard of those everything-but-the-kitchen-sink whatevers with such-and-such? Yeah that's what this vegetable soup 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 . . .
Whenever I serve water at a party or holiday, I like to make it extra special. This cranberry mint water 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. Pretty Up Your Water 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 . . .
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 these sautéed apples. 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 . . .