Khatte Aloo Indian Spiced Potatoes

Carbs are a staple in this house. Not just because I’m a carbaholic but because it’s so versatile. These Khatte Aloo Indian Spiced Potatoes are so delicious. And new take on potatoes in our house. Continue reading “Khatte Aloo Indian Spiced Potatoes”

No Bake Apple Date Granola Bites

We love granola but I don’t buy it often because of the price. I got into eating granola in college. It’s got tons fiber, iron and heart healthy fats. My point? It’s got lots of what you need. Of course, the perk of making it at home is that you can cut cost and make it whatever way you like. These No Bake Apple Date Granola Bites are delicious, healthy and easy to make. Continue reading “No Bake Apple Date Granola Bites”

Top Five Dishes to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

October 15 is the end of Hispanic Heritage Month and I would not be me if I didn’t share some of my favorite dishes with you. I hold this time of year very close to my heart. September has always been the beginning of great things for me. So I’m sharing my Top Five Dishes to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Continue reading “Top Five Dishes to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month”

Southern Style Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings

The rain outside provided the perfect excuse for some serious comfort food. My son loves chicken soup, so on this rainy day I made him one of my favorite chicken soup from childhood Chicken and Dumplings. What better than a warm delicious soup on a cold rainy day. This Southern Style Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings really hits the spot. Continue reading “Southern Style Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings”

Instant Pot Beefaroni

Today I’m sharing my favorite childhood dish, beefaroni. Yeah, I know. It’s nothing fancy but it’s what I loved to eat as a child. This Instant Pot Beefaroni recipe comes after years of trying to get it just right. And now it’s perfect. Continue reading “Instant Pot Beefaroni”

Corn and Poblano Empanadas

September 15 was the beginning of Hispanic Heritage month. In celebration of Hispanic Heritage month I wanted to share some of my favorite dishes. This Corn and Poblano Empanadas recipe was well received even though this is a house full of carnivores. Continue reading “Corn and Poblano Empanadas”

Breakfast Burritos

So, I am absolutely in love with breakfast burritos. Sometimes, if I have to think about breakfast it just doesn’t happen. So having a breakfast that’s easy to make takes the stress out of the morning (well at least that part of the morning). Best part… this recipe can be made ahead of time and thrown in the freezer. These breakfast burritos are so delicious, it actually makes me want to eat breakfast. Even on my groggiest days. Continue reading “Breakfast Burritos”

Bo Ssam Korean Pork Belly

The first year I went to the New York City Food and Wine Festival I was enamored. We spent a lot of time talking to the chef from the Korean Food Foundation. I thought it was wonderful that they were encouraging people to cook more Korean food and to visit Korea to learn more about Korean culture and food. The recipe I got from the chef there is the base of this Bo Ssam Korean Pork Belly. Continue reading “Bo Ssam Korean Pork Belly”

Banana Carrot Bread

I haven’t met a banana bread I didn’t like and this one is no different. We’ve had a ton. Actually, several tons of carrots this summer so I had find something to do with all these carrots. Carrots actually help to boost the immune system along with a slew of other great benefits. This Banana Carrot Bread is delicious and packed with tons of vitamins and minerals. Yup, delicious and nutritious. Continue reading “Banana Carrot Bread”

Back 2 School Tips to Stress Less

It’s Back to School time. Well some of our children have already gone back to school and in that case these tips will be even more helpful. Back to School is the perfect time to organize and prep to start the day off right. So here are my Back 2 School Tips to Stress Less and live more. Continue reading “Back 2 School Tips to Stress Less”