Chutney is a great way to add a huge layer of flavor to a dish or recipe. If you are unfamiliar, it is a condiment or side dish traditionally used with many Indian dishes. Most are made with fruit, vinegar, and spices. This combination of sweet, acidity, and spice pairs well with almost any dish! Continue reading →
Roasted root vegetables are a wonderful staple of the season. Enjoy as many root vegetables as you can now, because soon spring and summer produce will be back. I added one vegetable to this mix that is not a root vegetable: Brussels sprouts! It is also a seasonal veggie, that grows best in colder temperatures, and I couldn’t make this dish without something green! Continue reading →
This was my favorite pie recipe as a kid. Grandma told us kids that it was apple and raisin pie, because otherwise we (I) might not have eaten it! Green tomato mince pie is different from most pie recipes because it has a tart tanginess that comes from the unripened tomatoes. This pie is heavily spiced with cinnamon and allspice and is perfect for the holidays!
This cake is an awesome recipe for those busy mornings during the holidays. You know, when all the family is hanging around, you’re preparing a big meal, and still need to figure some thing out for breakfast the next day? Well this sweet and delicious cake is easy to make ahead and serve with some coffee or tea for breakfast.
When the weather starts to get cold, a hot breakfast is a great way to start the day. I almost always have the ingredients on hand to make french toast, which makes it so easy to whip up. A friend just gave me a bag full of fall apples from a local orchard and this recipe is an easy and delicious way to enjoy them!