My version of Instant Pot Moroccan-style Chicken Stew is slightly sweet, slightly spicy, and perfect for a night in on the couch. It’s not-so-secret ingredient is harissa, giving it a spicy kick and great depth of flavor. One of the things I’ve been working on lately is building up a solid pantry. Apartment living doesn’t […]
If you have leftover corned beef, making this hash is a must. Added bonus: most of the ingredients can be prepped ahead of time, making brunch at home a snap. When I go out to breakfast or brunch, if there is corned beef hash on the menu, I will order it. (Actually, if there is […]
Tahini Chocolate Granola Bars are a great way to start your day or enjoy a healthier homemade treat on the go. Indulgent dark chocolate is combined with nutty tahini and crunchy almonds and millet for a great snack enjoyable all day long.
These Instant Pot Beef Tacos are topped with a slightly spicy, citrusy avocado salsa – the perfect compliment to the tender shredded beef.
When I first got to know Jessica Taige, I knew we would get along for several reasons. First, she is an ambitious food entrepreneur. Second, she makes delicious peanut butter cups. Jessie made her first batch of homemade peanut butter cups in 2013. Now, she makes them full time as the CEO and Founder of […]
If you enjoy the outdoors, even on the coldest days, then this Baked Potato Broccoli Cheddar Soup is for you. It has everything: bacon, cheese, more cheese, and even some vegetables.
The modern bookshelf isn’t what it used to be. Though I still like holding a real book, the convenience of the Kindle means most of my books are digital. Recipes are readily available online, but the photos, recipes, and stories scattered throughout a cookbook lend themselves to thumbing though real pages. Heads up: This post […]
Cranberry sauce is one of the easiest things to make, so every Thanksgiving, I make a batch and try to put a little twist on it. It is almost always a huge hit, but I almost always have a lot of sauce leftover. Repurposing leftovers is a time-honored Thanksgiving tradition. This spread covers a lot of […]
When most Americans think of cranberries, they likely envision a can-shaped, Jello-like tube that makes it’s way to a dining room table once per year. However – these little fruits have so much more to offer. My home state of Wisconsin produces more cranberries than any other state, so I knew I wanted to chat […]
A quick Google search will reveal a lively debate over what is “authentic” cornbread. People on the internet argue over everything from who makes the best cornbread (spoiler: it’s always their grandmother), if cornbread should have sugar in it or not, if it must be made in cast iron — the list goes on and […]