Espresso glazed ham is a great addition to your Christmas dinner. The following post is sponsored by Jones Farm. Use their product locator to find your favorite products in a store near you, or order online. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep me inspired in the kitchen! Some days, like when a package […]
Are you looking for ways to use leftover cranberry sauce after Thanksgiving? Repurpose it by making a sweet-tart topping for the cinnamon cranberry dessert tacos! Remember those absolutely brilliant Stand ‘N Stuff Soft Tortillas that I used for my Korean tacos a few months ago? Ever since I first heard of them, I’ve been dying […]
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Betty Crocker.
Fall is here and I’m in full-on hibernation mode. I just want to curl up on the couch with a fluffy comforter, a giant mug of tea, and and a chocolatey snack. Of course I have a gazillion things to do so that isn’t really an option but a girl can dream, right? These chocolate peanut butter scones are definitely part of that dream.
Remember when I made Asian Calamari Salad and I wrote about how it was more of a concept than a recipe? This is sort of like that. Sure, I’ll give you a recipe for an insanely good Italian chicken panini. But that’s not really the point. The point is that YOU CAN MAKE A PANINI IN YOUR WAFFLE IRON. I mean, what?! Is your mind as blown by that as mine was?
I saw the idea in last month’s issue of Rachael Ray’s magazine and I just had to try it right away. It’s kind of brilliant.
I spend a lot of time writing about dinner and occasionally I talk about breakfast (or brunch) but I very rarely write about lunch – mostly because I don’t usually make anything special. I’ve never been a big fan of sandwiches, so I usually just bring leftovers. Glad recently asked me to review some of their products and, since I’ve been using them to pack up my lunches for years, I thought it would be a great opportunity to talk about what I eat during the day.