Ah, Thanksgiving. It is that time of year when I come face to face with the fact that I really don’t like cranberry sauce all that much. In fact, I think it is fair to say that I make cranberry sauce for others, meaning that I never spent much time really tasting it and …click to continue Roasted Cranberry Sauce
This is not a revelation. It is a baked potato.
However, for those who are devoted to the simple spud, this is a good thing to know. I love a simple baked potato. Simple…well, I mean piled up with butter, cheese, bacon and sour cream. But, I am often surprised at how mediocre a …click to continue Roasted & Salted Baked Potatoes
Simple vegetable side dishes rarely knock my socks off. I love vegetables, but the passionate exclamations are usually reserved for things topped with melted cheese. This, however, is one of those really great finds that is simple, healthful, beautiful, easy, uses fresh herbs, and tastes lovely. And, there is really nothing to it.
Ever …click to continue Roasted Cauliflower with Herb Sauce
I’ve never made a traditional BLT. I’ve never had the urge because I don’t think I’ve ever purposefully ordered tomatoes on a sandwich or burger. I told my mother when I was about four that “pamatoes” were nasty and I meant it with all of my little heart. Now I rather like them, but …click to continue Tomato Confit BLT
This salad is kind of a pain. I am not a big grain cook. It requires a bit of timing to get it all done at the same time. Here, I have taken seven different whole grains and cooked them in one pot. Several of them take about 50 minutes and the remaining take …click to continue Whole Grain Salad with Beets and Goat Cheese