Beef Stew- for Chilly Weekends

We’ve officially entered Winter on the East Coast, which makes me crave comfort food. This beef stew recipe is great but time-consuming. While the prep only takes about twenty minutes, the cooking time is a lengthy 3 hours. Make it when you are staying in and have some time on your hands. That said, this reheats […]

Sauteed Collard Greens- take two!

I grow collards on my back patio; they grow surprisingly well in the New England humidity and heat- in fact they’ve thrived. I’ve had a hard time keeping up with them and while they still look gorgeous, the stalks and leaves are a bit more fibrous on a mature plant. Never fear- here is a […]

Pasta in Spicy Lemon Cream Sauce with Peas & Prosciutto

I’m usually really good at sourcing all of my recipes. I’ve been making this since 2007; I printed it off of the now defunct Recipezaar website. There seem to versions of this recipe all over the web- the only adaption I’ve made is adding an entire bag of frozen peas. While this recipe is delicious, […]

Red Cabbage Slaw

I love to have dishes of cold vegetables in my fridge during the summer. Not only do you get to use produce in it’s most pristine state, but I find that it helps manage my cravings and lessen the likelihood of eating something regrettable when I just want to munch on something. This is a […]