Chicken Fajita Lettuce Wraps

Since the recall on romaine recently. The varieties of  red and green leaf lettuce and Boston lettuces have disappeared quickly in the produce sections.  So many heads of iceberg have replaced the romaine for a time.  At least I have my kale spinach and arugula, which is always around for salads and dishes.  I wanted…

Roasted Broccolini & Brussels Sprouts

Yes, I am roasting vegetables again! This is a quick recipe since I already showed you how to roast broccoli and brussels sprouts. Remember the basic method? It’s listed below.   Just trim and add two bunches of broccolini. That was easy, make this and let me know how you like it. Roasted Brussels Sprouts…

Mixed Greens and Asparagus Salad with Fresh Cranberry Dressing

This salad has become a favorite of many.  I like that I can make it to feed a crowd. The fresh cranberry dressing brings a brightness to the grassy greens and asparagus. This is a great Thanksgiving side. Try it this year for your family and friends and let me know how well it goes…

Lentil Tacos

Tacos are the best!  My ears perk up when I hear how different ingredients transform themselves into a tortilla and the term taco gets assigned. I’ve been wanting to add lentils into my list of go to ingredients for awhile.  Here’s some lentils in taco form. Simple and delicious.  My 7 year old ate these…

Basil Pesto

Presto! That’s how fast you can make Pesto. If you are harvesting massive amounts of Basil from your summer garden, then it’s time to make massive amounts of Pesto. Get out your food processors, and some garlic, pine nuts, olive oil all that basil and Parmigiano.  I use this of course on pasta, but it…

Cauliflower Pizza Crust

I have had several requests lately from friends to send along my version of this recipe. I thought cauliflower was so 2016 but apparently it’s not and still going strong.  What a great way to get veggies into your kids and yourself.  Don’t be fooled, it’s not like pizza dough crust but a delicious alternative…