This tomato-and-pepper-based stew with eggs, or shakshouka, has made its mark around the world, and still tastes great!
Dessert doesn’t have to be ooey, gooey or over-the-top to satisfy your sweet tooth. You can easily put together a great homemade treat like baked pears with oatmeal crumble topping.
My sister has a special skill for making soup. Whether you serve this dish at Thanksgiving dinner or on a regular Tuesday night, her recipe for creamy curried squash and cauliflower soup might have you exclaiming that it’s the best soup ever!
It seems people either love eggplants or they don’t. I love them! I love their rich, dark purple color topped with a little green stem and their smooth, shiny skin. I love the fact that, if you can get them growing where you live, once planted, they’ll likely surprise you with their abundance.
It’s beet season and I’ve been coming across them at the markets. Since they’re everywhere (and my sister hasn’t given me the recipe for her famous beet soup yet) I decided to make a simple snack – Baked Beet Chips with Blue Cheese Dip. Might sound strange, but not when I say that these turn to chips – baked not fried – that are crispy, delicious and addicting!