Sometimes you want an old school dish, something that brings back good memories of the first time on your own or a cozy casual family dinner. This macaroni tuna casserole fits the bill in that category in all the tasty
With it being harvest time, the markets are full of the most amazing looking vegetables. When I saw a bag of fingerling potatoes, they were coming home with me one way or another. The first meal with them I made
This past weekend, Saturday was a cool summer day, full of rain. When the weather is gloomy, I always get in the mood for a roast. Besides a tender roast beef, I love cooking lamb. Lamb and beans is not
White chili is a great way to use up chicken or turkey, along with a relatively quick cooking time. As with most chili’s, next day is always better. The thing I love most about white chili is being able to
This is an old school recipe, kicked up just a notch. Nothing too crazy, though. I still wanted to keep that “old school” reminiscent flavor, but add more than just seasoning salt. Birdseye is actually my mother-in-law’s name for this,
I love biryani. When it’s good, it’s stellar, and when it’s not, it still tastes more than edible. We have a restaurant near the border that we stumbled upon, that makes the most amazing biryani. It’s moist, seasoned, just the
Another recipe that came out of the desire to use up what I had in my pantry and freezer. The reason I went with the Indian-inspired route was that the chicken I had was from an Indian butcher and marinated
The name of this recipe is very misleading as it ended up being white navy bean soup, and even then it wasn’t soup. It was so thick, it wasn’t even stew. But no matter what you call it, it’s delicious!