Champagne and Lemon Risotto

While creating the future lesson plans for my dream counseling approach, Culinary Art Therapy, I am making sure that while touching on the topic of patience we will be making risotto. Patience is absolutely key when making risotto so make sure you know that going into this process or you are going to absolutely hateContinue reading “Champagne and Lemon Risotto”

Homemade French Fries

God’s gift to the culinary world has to be french fries. They are probably my favorite potato form to exist, thought it is hard to choose. You can make these beauties at home and trust me you will want to make them over and over. Ingredients Potatoes Frying oil, pick your poison, veggie, castor, peanutContinue reading “Homemade French Fries”

“Chèvre Which Way but Loose Burger”

Time for another amazing burger recipe from the Bob’s Burgers Cookbook! The same old same old can get boring and who knows, an exciting burger may be just what you need to bring back the excitement; I don’t make the rules. Ingredients 1 4oz Chèvre Log, room temp. [goat cheese] 1 tsp Chopped Fresh SageContinue reading ““Chèvre Which Way but Loose Burger””

Homemade Potato Chips

The ULTIMATE weekend snack, potato chips. The best part is you can make them at home [no need to put on a mask] & you know everything that’s in them! Now that I’ve achieved potato chips at home, quarantine is getting slightly easier. Ingredients Mandoline slicer Potatoes Vegetable Oil Salt Let’s Get Cooking This isContinue reading “Homemade Potato Chips”

Carne Picada Tacos

I figured Cinco de Mayo was the perfect time to share my new favorite taco recipe. Paired with homemade picked onion and Cotija cheese, this recipe is a crowd pleaser; well at least my mom and I were pleased. This is a slow cooker recipe, however, you can just cook the meat off fully inContinue reading “Carne Picada Tacos”

Antoni’s Salty Lemon Squares

It seems like my posts all have a common thread, the quarantine, but we are going to get past that. My moms friend had a birthday coming up and requested something lemony. I have been dying to make this recipe, but it makes it hard to cook a dessert for yourself. I mean it’s notContinue reading “Antoni’s Salty Lemon Squares”

Crisp Gnocci with Brussels Sprouts and Brown Butter

Gnocchi, brussel sprouts, and brown butter, what more could you ask for in a recipe. I am all for savory meals and this recipe ticks off all the boxes. I found this on New York Times Cooking & it is definetly a keeper. This is one of the easiest recipes I’ve ever made, you prettyContinue reading “Crisp Gnocci with Brussels Sprouts and Brown Butter”

Baked King’s Onion Soup

This has to be the all time BEST French Onion Soup recipe ever. Now, I do not say this lightly. This soup alone has caused countless trips to The Dobbin House Tavern in Gettysburg, PA. The stew meat and the gooey cheese are the KEY to this recipe. Seriously, I think I love this recipeContinue reading “Baked King’s Onion Soup”

Antoni’s Souvlaki Arahova

Another recipe from Antoni’s cookbook, and I am not sorry about it at all. If I have one goal with this blog it is to convince everyone to buy this cookbook. It has so many good recipes and I am slowing using this quarantine to Julie/Julia my way through it. This is an easy weekdayContinue reading “Antoni’s Souvlaki Arahova”

Chicken Korma

We are celebrating occasions a little differently at the moment, but that does not mean they have to be any less delicious. Though my birthday was spent indoors, I made sure to spice it up with this Korma recipe from Jo Cooks. Ingredients 1 lb Chicken Thighs, boneless + skinless 1/2 Cup Tomato Paste 3Continue reading “Chicken Korma”