Take-out Tuesday, Butternut Squash Noodles with Mushrooms & Prosciutto

This dish is simple to put together, can be made ahead of time, and it is sure to delight your taste buds Butternut squash noodles, sauteed mushrooms and prosciutto, combined with just enough Alfredo sauce to hold together and finished with Parmesan and fresh rosemary *sigh* Spiralized vegetables are now widely available in grocery stores, … Continue reading

Take-out Tuesday, Rainbow Roasted Vegetable Galette

My flavor of the month for September is Rainbow Vegetable so when I discovered I had a rainbow of vegetables in the refrigerator and 1 pie crust dough round I decided to usher September out with a glorious rainbow of vegetables in a tart I had 1 ear of corn, a small package of broccolini, … Continue reading

Acorn Squash with Maple, Blueberry & Apple Stuffing

Welcome to the “There’s No Place Like Home” Autumn Blog Hop hosted by Rachelle of My Hubbard Home If you’re coming from My Family Thyme, Welcome!! If you missed any posts, click on the links below My Humble Home and Garden / Thistle Key Lane / My Hubbard Home / Karins Kottage / Mantel and … Continue reading

Recipe Box, Zucchini & Corn Galette

This crazy good galette, a galette is a free form pie, is full of summer zucchini and corn This is a short version of my Zucchini, Garlic & Gruyere Galette Not only did I get a late start on supper, I didn’t have a head of garlic to roast, so I devised a shortcut for … Continue reading

Take-out Tuesday, Ramen Noodle Salad

This month I’m playing with oldie but goodie retro recipes I did this a few years ago, {you can see the post here} and it was so popular I wanted to do it again Big E eats Ramen Noodle Soup almost everyday for lunch so there’s always plenty of those good ole ramen noodle packages … Continue reading

Recipe Box, Strawberries & Cream Pretzel Salad

The 70’s called and said they want this recipe back… Only in the South, where macaroni and cheese is considered a vegetable, would this retro dish full of butter, sugar, whipped topping, not to mention pretzels, be considered a “salad!” I will admit that I actually had it for breakfast one day, thinking that it … Continue reading

Recipe Box, Lazy Day Grape Salad

I have shared this recipe before, but its so perfect for summer meals and gatherings, it’s worth sharing again… Grapes are wonderful on their own of course by the handful or perhaps a glass of wine They are a delicious addition to salad Modern Waldorf Salad Even baked on a flatbread! Figgy Bleu Focaccia with … Continue reading

Party Panache, Asparagus Parmesan Aioli Fries

There are a lot of recipes floating around for “asparagus fries” I put my own twist on these by using mayonnaise in the wet batter Mix the Parmesan and bread crumbs for the dry batter Mix the mayonnaise with eggs for the wet batter Sink asparagus into egg batter, coating well I used a large … Continue reading

Take-out Tuesday, Asparagus, Leek & Mushroom Risotto

The other night HHjr made a wonderful vegetable risotto It was full of asparagus, mushrooms and leeks It tasted like heaven on a chilly evening Risotto isn’t hard to make, especially if you make it when you are going to be in the kitchen anyway so you can give it occasional stirring Give the vegetables … Continue reading

Recipe Box, Blue Cheese & Pecan Baked Pears

  Wait! Do not fear the blue cheese! I will give you other cheesy options for this easy and elegant holiday side dish!         This dish will go beautifully with holiday turkey, ham, chicken or lamb!       Start with ripe pears {Anjou, Bosc, French Apple} and slice in half lengthwise … Continue reading