If you’re in need of a super simple, super delicious football appetizer, I’ve got you covered! These pastrami crescent rolls are fluffy, full of flavor and incredibly easy to make – they come together in less than 30 minutes. Better yet, they’re always a crowd pleaser!
Although I’m not a huge soup fan, I’ve got to say, this roasted bell pepper and tortellini soup was incredible. I was only able to try a very small bite, since I just had a major gum graft surgery, but my husband and mom both tried the soup and said it tasted as delicious as it smelled. Here’s hoping I’ll be healed up sooner rather than later so I can make this again and actually enjoy a bowl!
Is there anything more comforting and delicious than lasagna? Better yet, homemade lasagna? This recipe is made completely from scratch (well, almost) and is worth every hour it takes to make. The dish is layered with homemade noodles, followed by a 3-hour ragu, a spinach and ricotta mixture, and shredded mozzarella cheese. I’m drooling just trying to explain it – SO good!
I’m SO excited to share my smashburger recipe using none other than United Harvest meat. Their ground beef is honestly some of the best I’ve ever tasted, made from a unique blend of angus beef and waygu fat, giving the meat an insanely delicious and deep flavor. Better yet, their meat is free of hormones, feed additives, and unnecessary antibiotics. The meat is delicious and mouth watering on its own, but pairs perfectly with my homemade stone ground mustard aioli and classic burger toppings.
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To celebrate National Burger Day yesterday AKA my favorite day of the year, I decided to try my hand at the classic smash burger. Gathering inspiration from the delicious cheeseburger at Burgers Never Say Die in Los Angeles, this burger is classic and simple yet packed with flavor. The sharpness of the diced raw onion pairs perfectly with the ketchup, yellow mustard and vinegary pickles. If you are able to locate Martin’s Potato Rolls sandwich rolls, they really take this burger (and any burger/sandwich, really) over the top!
Now that I’ve made lasagna entirely from scratch, I can honestly say I never want to go back to store-bought noodles – which is somewhat unfortunate, because this recipe will take hours of your time. But if you enjoy cooking (and lasagna) as much as I do, it won’t matter because it is SO worth it in the end! The homemade noodles make all of the difference and take this lasagna to another planet. The ingredient list and instructions may appear a bit daunting, but please don’t let that deter you from making this delicious dish!
Growing up, one of my favorite things to order when out to dinner with my family was Irish nachos. Although traditional Irish nachos are made with sliced potatoes, I have always preferred the versions made with french fries. I was inspired to recreate this delicious dish over the weekend to accompany a day full of football. Since I was just making this dish for myself and my husband, the portion size is for approximately two people, but go ahead and double or triple the ‘recipe’ (it’s not much of a recipe!) if you are entertaining more guests.
Gluten-free, vegetarian, low cal, vegan…this dish is none of those things. Whoops! But I swear to you it’s ridiculously delicious. The casserole is hearty (as you can see), so a small piece will satisfy your hunger. Whip this up for your friends and family over the weekend and maybe serve it with a fruit platter or something. It’s all about balance, right? :-)
Searching for a dish to spruce up your weekend brunch? Look no further! This migas is full of flavor, hearty, healthy-ish, and easy on the eyes – making it the perfect breakfast to serve a table full of friends or family. I can’t wait to make this again soon.
Wow, it’s been a minute since I’ve posted! With work getting busier by the minute, I haven’t had as much time to document all of my recipes, but I am trying to get back on track. I made this jalapeño popper dip over Christmas break and it was to.die.for. It was an absolute hit with friends and family and you can bet I will be making it again soon!