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It’s so trite to say that something is only as good as the ingredients that go into it. Everyone knows that, right? It’s just common sense.
We make a lot of mac and cheese at my house. Not the orange, powdery mac and cheese, but the real stuff. The winter makes mac and cheese some how imperative in one’s weekly diet.
I don’t make a whole lot of Mexican food at home…mostly because I just find it just way too darn good at restaurants.
I was 19 the first time I tried it. It was during those experimental college years, where peer pressure makes you do things you wouldn't normally do. Things I wouldn't dream of doing now - like staying up past 11 for no reason, going to football games and taking a Country Western Social Dance class.
Chicken Fingers – the food of gods. Well, if they are into chicken fingers. But they definitely have to be.
Most of us believe that the pasta is not cooked enough if it’s not very tender, more transparent and not chew at all!
I still remember the first time I had Alfredo sauce.
We had some random cool day this summer that had me craving comfort food.
Macaroni and Cheese is definitely a fan favorite in our house, although my kids prefer the kind made out of a box that sits on the shelf in the pantry.
Simple dinners are a must during the busy weeknights, so I developed this speedy chicken and black bean green enchilada rice bake. Try saying that 3 times fast! Lol
I don’t usually crave hamburgers. ( Unless I’m pregnant, then the cravings are severe. I have been known to get emotional about my burgers while pregnant too. One time I balled when Brett screwed up my order.
I originally made these as stuffed shells but had some manicotti in the house and returned to this filling since it was so tasty!
Even since I saw the garlic knots on Just a Taste , I have been wanting to create those cutesy bread in my kitchen. When it comes to baking, I like recipes that are simple to make, and hopefully with store-bought ingredients.
I live one block away from my old high school.