Broccoli Cheddar Soup

It’s been a while since I have posted recipes, but trust me, I have been busy making amazing food for my family and clients. I have several posts waiting in the wings. I chose this recipe to start out the year because it’s easy, delicious and a winter comfort food. A new favorite for my…

Rainbow Beets with Arugula and Goat cheese

This salad is beautiful and so good for you. You may want to hide from beets or are intimated by them. I think they have gotten a bad reputation. Times are changing, and more and more I see beets already prepared in the produce section. A tangy vinaigrette and goat cheese make this combination a…

Spicy Salmon Gyro Lettuce Wraps

I first made this recipe about 8 years before I went to culinary school. I was training for a marathon and was interested in finding recovery meals for after a long run. Runner’s World had this in their recipe bank and it became the inspiration for my version. This was a hit for my “On…

Focaccia

This is a fun time to bake. Here’s a recipe to make for and with your family. All ingredients should be around the house and you can top it with whatever yummy items you have around, such as olives, grapes, herbs, artichokes, sundried tomatoes. I could go on and on. Try it out and let…

Lemon Ricotta Cakes

I was searching through past food pictures and this cake popped onto my screen. I almost forgot about this yummy recipe. Gluten-free, dense but light – I made it for an auction dinner a few years ago. The recipient needed a gluten-free dessert and I took a recipe for a large cake and modified it…

Carrot and Coconut Soup

I can not take any credit for the recipe below. When I find something so delicious, healthy and dare I say, medicinal, I have to share it. I first made this soup for my favorite ladies in a volunteer group I belong to and support here in Cincinnati. Shout out to Kindervelt! We support many…