I absolutely love making and serving this salad. I had guests over for an impromptu dinner by the pool and luckily I had all the ingredients to whip this up. Refreshing, elegant, vibrant and mostly, simple. The combination of sweet watermelon, juicy heirloom tomatoes, crunchy cucumbers, bright herbs and salty feta is perfection!
Watermelon Salad with Feta and Herbs
1/2 medium watermelon, cubed in one inch cube
1 large or […] Read Full Post
What could be tastier than hot, crispy, crunchy zucchini fries dipped in cool, herby green goddess dip? My expression in this video says it all, ha! Hope you try it out for your next party, or even a weeknight dinner side!
3 zucchinis, sliced into thin spears
1 cup of cake flour or cornstarch
2 eggs, beaten, with a splash of water
1-2 cups of panko
1/4 cup […] Read Full Post
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I gave away my slow cooker, my pressure cooker and a couple of old sauté pans. I’ve replaced them all with an electric pressure cooker that can do it all.
Mine is by Black + Decker (but there are a few others that make this like the InstantPot) and I’m obsessed. Last night I wanted steamed artichokes, in 20 minutes I had tender leaves that […] Read Full Post
There are a few recipes my friends always ask me for, my Lemon-Herb Vinaigrette, Ranch Dressing and Green Goddess Dip. They’re almost too easy to make, but I take all the credit! Liven up any veggie platter or salad with these and I swear your guests will lick their plates.
Greek Green Goddess Dip
1 cup low fat plain Greek Yogurt
1 cup low fat mayonnaise
1 garlic clove, minced […] Read Full Post
Fourth of July weekend is here and I love to grill a bunch of food and reinvent it all weekend long. I took this week’s Grilled Corn Recipe and added it to my Tex-Mex version of a classic Cobb Salad. It’s crunchy and refreshing, with a little spicy South of the Border Kick! So jazz up your summer salad and enjoy the relaxing holiday weekend.
Tex-Mex Cobb Salad
4 cups […] Read Full Post
Grilled corn on the cobb is tasty, if you follow a couple easy steps. I like mine charred, so I take the husk off. I brush it with melted butter, then using my tongs, I rotate the corn every couple minutes so the flame doesn’t burn the corn. This creates a nice, fire kissed char, instead of burning and drying out the corn. Once the corn is bright yellow, with […] Read Full Post
Sugary maple syrup and smoky Bourbon create the perfect combination for fire kissed pork chops. After marinating and throwing them on the grill, you end up with a charred and delicious chop that’s still moist in the center. My husband’s favorite is when I use a bone-in pork chop, but I used boneless for this recipe. You can also swap out chicken or whole turkey breasts too if you like. […] Read Full Post