Honey and Harissa Farro Salad Review


Recipe 28 from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman This is it people…the very last salad from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook! And it was a really tasty finale. I’ll be taking a little break from cooking from the cookbook because we’re getting ready to move and I’m trying to thin out my stash from…

Fingerlings Vinaigrette With Sieve Eggs and Pickled Celery Review


Recipe 20 from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman It’s a really long name for a potato salad but this potato salad is fancy guys. You have to sieve the eggs for goodness sakes. This is a FANCY potato salad! I was honestly not looking forward to this salad. Every time I looked at…

Fig, Olive Oil and Sea Salt Challah Review


Recipe 16 from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman Happy New Year everyone! I hope 2018 has been a better start for you then you anticipated. I heard in church today that this early part of the year is the most depressing time for many people because all the holiday fun is over, the…

Chocolate Chip Brioche Pretzels Review


Recipe 6 from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman I am not going to lie…this recipe killed me in so many ways. I earn my novice status with many recipes but my badge should be gold after making these. I know they may look like pretzels and they may even look good to the…

The best Apple Crisp…ever…


It’s been a long time since I’ve posted because life has been so busy, but this recipe is going to allow me to come back with a bang. This recipe is awesome! You can find this recipe at AllRecipes.com and something you should know about this site is that user reviews is what is going to…

Olive Garden Bread…rolls


Who doesn’t love Olive Garden bread sticks?! Those fantastic things are often times the only reason I like going…that and their salad. Yum! I think these take a close 2nd to Pat & Oscar’s delicious bread sticks. If you’ve never had a chance to try the breadsticks from Pat and Oscar’s then get yourself over there this…

Italian Sausage and Squash Soup


“Silky, chunky, sweet, and spicy – this autumnal soup with an Italian accent is full of texture and flavor contrasts, yet is surprisingly simple to make. It’s a spectacular tribute to the season’s abundance of golden butternut squash.”  Definitely their words…not mine! But it draws you in to the recipe doesn’t it?! My mom made this…