These berry pancakes are packed with chunks of juicy strawberries and delightful blueberries in every bite and so light and fluffy you’ll think you’re eating cake. What a great way to start the morning!
This pasta dish is perfect for a light summer meal. Homemade cappelletti pasta filled with four kinds of cheese served with a beech mushroom, charred sweet corn, and snap pea truffle sauce.
Flank steak is made for marinating. I love this spicy beer-marinated version served with caramelized red peppers, onions and jalapenos. Cooked medium rare, sliced thin across the grain. Delicious!
This weekend trip is ideal for the nature lover and the thrill seeker. Offering whitewater rafting, ziplining, rock climbing, rappelling, kayaking, and endless trails that are suited for all levels of hikers. Be sure to stop at a visitors center and ask about the trails before taking off. Some can be quite extensive winding down, down, down. Others will have you hugging a narrow trail along a steep cliff with no guardrails. At the bottom, however, is where you will find the forgotten coal mines. Just remember what goes down must come up!
Jamaican jerk chicken, full of fiery heat with warm flavors and a dash of sweet, serve it with sweet potatoes, brussels sprouts and grilled pineapple to complete the deliciousness of this meal.
I came across a t-shirt the other day that read, “I love gardening from my head tomatoes,” and I laughed. It’s funny because it’s true. I love every aspect of gardening. I’ve never stopped to analyze the whys of it until that t-shirt. Gardening, according to Wikipedia, is the practice of growing and cultivating plants as part of horticulture. That may be true but for me, gardening is so much more.
I know not everyone is a fan of fruit in their salad, but if you are this is a fresh summer salad with a unique twist: Watermelon Feta Salad. The watermelon and candied pecans give it a touch of sweet while the radishes and dressing serve up a pinch of heat.
Making your own condiments is easier than you would think. It’s often less expensive because I can control the amount I want to make and do not have to throw out a bottle that has been sitting in my refrigerator for over six months. And I love knowing exactly what went into the recipe.
Cajun spiced grilled tilapia, in a flour tortilla with plum tomatoes, leaf lettuce, alfalfa sprouts, hot mustard, and mango ketchup.
Basil is a fast-growing herb that thrives in heat. It’s important to keep basil cut back. It will begin to flower and turn to seed quickly if you do not stay on top of it. If it wasn’t so darn good I wouldn’t bother with it, but alas it is one of my favorite herbs.