Tag "Cheese"

By Occasion

Turkey and Gruyere Burgers

When I was growing up burgers were a greasy, guilty pleasure. When it comes to feeding my family, burgers are a regular component of our weekly routine including turkey or

Dinner

Grape and Parmesan Flatbread

To keep my stress levels at a low simmer, I need to make entertaining easy. Because, if I were to execute the Christmas season of my dreams (and vague probably

Lunch

Karine’s “Wacko” Story About Bacon, Books, Movies and More

“Remember when you were a kid and you woke up on a Sunday and could just stay in bed all day and read? I wish I was having one of

Lunch

Margherita Pizza Dinner Waffles

We’re currently busy working on our second book and being on deadline has inspired us to further simplify dinner. It’s funny how creating a book about easy, healthy family meals

By Ingredient

Put an Egg on it Pizza

Do you have a happy food? Mine is, hands-down, eggs. I love everything about them – how they taste, how versatile they are, how quickly they go from ingredient to

Dinner

Tuna Casserole

Happy Monday! So, this is spring? Um… am I missing something? Like sunshine? Flowers? Sigh. This is an old post that got a snazzy new photo but it’s also one

Dairy

Easy Broccoli and Cheese Soup

Calling this week Green was perhaps overly hopeful on our part when we created our March schedule. Of course it was St.Patrick’s Day on Monday but we were also hoping

Summer

Sweet Potato and Kale Frittata

I feel like a sitting duck lately. I keep hearing about folks on the periphery of my life falling down sick with the flu–Mom of a kid in Scarlett’s class,

Picnics & BBQs

Lisa’s Letters Home: Burgers Two Ways

Ten years ago, we moved into this house. It was very 80s, and not in a good “retro vibe” kind of way. The kitchen was usable but dated and poorly designed.

By Season

Fried Egg Sandwich with Avocado Basil Spread

I have a small addiction to Pinterest. It’s nothing too serious like my celebrity gossip rag habit or my newly developed dependence to Instagram but, none the less, it’s there