Posts Tagged ‘simple’

Braised Short Rib Ragu

This ragu is on f i r e! Slow braised short rib ragu. What is better than short rib really?! This one pot of goodness is almost too easy to justify how delicious it is. You can use an instapot, pressure cooker or be old school like me and allow the aromas of red wine,…

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Simple Crepes

As a child, my mother cooked with me whenever possible. Growing up was all about good homemade food. There was zero prepackaged/processed foods. If we wanted cookies, they were homemade cookies. If we wanted pizza, it was made from scratch. During lunch hour, no one wanted to trade my carrot sticks for fruit snacks but…

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Blood Orange Peach + Berry Dutch Babies

One reason that summer is such an amazing time of year is because of all the amazing produce to choose from. While winter brings scarcity and a lack of choices, summer time brings a wide variety of bright colors and flavors. As a result, my eyes are often bigger than my stomach and I end…

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Fresh Tagliatelle with Tomatoes and Olive oil

Sometimes the most simplest of things are the most rewarding; and that is exactly what this recipe is. Simple. Fresh. Delicious. I stumbled upon this recipe when I was behind a deadline and needed something quick: “let me make some fresh pasta and I’ll throw in some simple ingredients for a pop of color.” Little…

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Egg and Asparagus Tart with Hollandaise and Goat Cheese

It’s Easter long weekend which means sleep-ins (maybe), enough chocolate mini-eggs to set you up until next year, turkey dinners, and a whole lot of family and friends to host for brunch. I love brunch. Brunch means there is always a little bubbly, which in my opinion, is the best way to start the day.…

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Colorful Deviled Eggs

These Deviled eggs are fun because you can make them a number of different colors.  The base color for these bad boys is created from beets.  All the color but none of the taste. Try them out yourself! Directions: In a medium pot, boil 12 eggs. For hard boil, cook for 13 minutes. Once cooked…

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