Homemade flour tortillas are fun to make, especially if you have a tortilla press (even if you don’t) and fun to eat, too. Roll ‘em out, cook ‘em up, fill ‘em up, eat ‘em up. Mmmm….
Ever been two-stepping? The dance steps are easy—slow, slow, quick quick. This easy-to-make, slow-cooked chili feels a little like a two-step and puts some warmth in your belly.
Is it really a pie if it doesn’t have crust? I say, yes, please. And may I have another?
A classic chili with Italian overtones. A blend of classic chili ingredients is complemented by mild Italian sausage and bell pepper. It’s a warm and hearty dish for a chilly winter’s day.
Would a Red Velvet Cake by any other name taste as delicious? Yes. Yes it would.
Pepper up some water with Mighty Mulligatawny, an aromatic soup that is nutrient-rich and oh, so satisfying.
I’m seriously in love with Challah, and my husband encourages this affair. What’s not to love? It tastes so good, and (pardon me while I become a kitchen nerd here) I can use my oven’s proofing function. It took some tweaking of several other recipes to come up with a version I liked, and this it. Always a hit.
Cranberry, meet Key Lime. This creamy, zingy concoction works equally well as a spread or a dip and looks great on a charcuterie board and at the table. Appropriate for use at any meal.
A tasty bread from an all-purpose dough. Heat up a bread stone and bake.
There’s a lot of meat left on that turkey. This soup embraces frugality while elevating leftovers. Great with a salad or sandwich.