My friend Zannie over at My Mixing Spoon made orange muffins. She told me that she processed and entire orange, peel and all to add to her recipe. Genius! She was able to get the intense flavor of the orange … Continue reading →The post Super Quick Marmalade appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Today is my first day back into an office environment. It’s going to be a long day. I spent the last two years working from home. My kitchen table was my office space. Not such a good thing though. I … Continue reading →The post Carrots In An Orange Glaze appeared first on Nosh My Way.
I love the weekends. I mean really, who doesn’t? But I love them even more because the hubby and I usually spend the weekend doing things together. This morning I woke up to the sun shining though the blinds in … Continue reading →The post Golden Yellow Tomato Jam appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Secret time. If you have conjured up the image of gourmet dishes being served in my home every day, then you are sadly mistaken. Sometimes I just don’t feel like cooking and sometimes I just don’t have the time. On … Continue reading →The post Chicken, Mash and Mushy Peas appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Welcome back to more deliciousness. Thank you for posting all your great recipes for Mother’s Day. This week we celebrate Memorial Day with BBQ recipes. Last week’s hosts favorite Welcome to Foodie Friends Friday! Please take a … Continue reading →The post BBQ Recipes with Foodie Friends Friday appeared first on Nosh My Way.
I was making a quick trip to Trader Joe’s the other day. Okay, it wasn’t such a quick trip, but I couldn’t resist the beautiful blackberries that were in the produce isle. So I grabbed a basket of them and … Continue reading →The post Quick Blackberry Sauce appeared first on Nosh My Way.
You all know that I am a poor planner. Bu tin this case poor planning will lead to Baby Bok Choy. I have a bad habit of buying food with the intention of making something but then I forget … Continue reading →The post Grilled Baby Bok Choy in Lime Marinade appeared first on Nosh My Way.
How many of you know that the word Frappuccino is a trademarked name owned by Starbucks. Did you know that you really can’t use that name in your recipe? I know, sad, but true. That’s why I called mine Frappuccino … Continue reading →The post Frappuccino Style Coffee appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Dear Farro: I love you more than brown rice. Sorry brown rice, it’s not you, it’s me. I tried farro for the first time today. I don’t know if you can tell, but I absolutely loved it. I beg you … Continue reading →The post Farro with Spring Onion and Walnuts appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Happy Monday everyone. I hope that your Mother’s Day celebration was just what you wanted it to be. I enjoy a simple day of being gathered with my family. I have often said that simple can go a long way. … Continue reading →The post Crispy Roasted Baby Bok Choy appeared first on Nosh My Way.
It had been several weeks since I received my last CSA basket. I was so excited to be waking up to my box of produce. I trudged out of bed, and headed to the front door to grab the box. … Continue reading →The post Roasted Spring Vegetable Orzo appeared first on Nosh My Way.
I tell you, when it comes to Asian-American cuisine, I am all over it. I can whip up a quick dish in no time. I had some chicken breasts that I wanted to use for dinner, but wasn’t sure what … Continue reading →The post Miso Glazed Chicken Breasts appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Sometimes I site in front of my laptop and just shake my head. I stare at the blank space trying to figure out how to fill it up. When I started out with this brilliant idea to grill meatballs, I didn’t think … Continue reading →The post Grilled Meatball Skewers appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Welcome back everyone to another week of deliciousness. Thanks for sharing all of your great Cinco de Mayo Recipes. This week we honor all the mothers or mother figures who care for children. Here is LAST WEEK;S HOST FAVORITES Welcome … Continue reading →The post Mother’s Day Linky Party with Foodie Friends Friday appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Ever say to yourself “What to Cook, right now?” I know that I say it to myself all the time. If you are looking for a healthy, quick twist on a salad, you have got to try my Carrot and … Continue reading →The post Carrot and Zucchini Salad appeared first on Nosh My Way.
When I was all done crafting so many dishes from Mexico, I was craving something chocolate. So, what’s a girl to do? I know, I know, I am always craving chocolate. That’s what happens when you are a chocoholic, right? Well that’s … Continue reading →The post Black Bottom Cupcakes appeared first on Nosh My Way.
There is something special about corn. It’s one of the sweetest veggies that almost everyone loves to eat. Yesterday I shared a great tasting recipe for Cilantro Lime Butter. Use that great zesty butter on these Grilled Cilantro Lime Corn … Continue reading →The post Cilantro Lime Corn on the Cob appeared first on Nosh My Way.
It’s grilling season. Well, almost. I guess officially, grilling season starts on Memorial Day weekend, but it’s been unseasonably warm lately. When it starts to warm up, it makes me crave food that is grilled. We threw a tri-tip on the grill. … Continue reading →The post Cilantro Lime Butter appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Hello all my little tater tots. I hope your weekend is treating you well. I had a few lonely baby potatoes that needed my attention. My Crispy Smashed Potato Recipe made a great side dish with the grilled Tri-tip. You know … Continue reading →The post Crispy Smashed Potatoes appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Do you ever have a “date night” with your significant other? We do on occasion and it seems that they have become far and few between. We used to do “Friday Night at the Movies” where we would watch a … Continue reading →The post Date Night Truffles appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Cinco De Mayo is a big celebration in Northern California, especially in my town. For some, it’s a reason to get together and have a cocktail. Often we forget the true meaning of the celebration. But a get-together with family and friends for any … Continue reading →The post Cinco De Mayo Recipe Round Up appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Welcome back to another week of deliciousness. Last week, we shared slow-cooked recipes and this week we want you all to share your best Cinco De Mayo Recipes. Here is a round up of last week’s host favorite. … Continue reading →The post Cinco De Mayo Linky Party with Foodie Friends Friday appeared first on Nosh My Way.
This is a great and refreshing way to end your Cinco De Mayo Celebration. Frozen Sangria Pops. I made mine non-alcoholic, but you can substitute the white grape juice with white wine if you prefer. Just remember to recalculate your PP if you are counting. … Continue reading →The post Fresh Fruit Sangria Pops appeared first on Nosh My Way.
I probably didn’t mention that my refrigerator is on the blink. Or rather, on the way out the door. I bought in 1999. It served its purpose and it’s time to bring in a newer model. Once that can store … Continue reading →The post Red Chile Chicken appeared first on Nosh My Way.
As I was sitting here feeling the heat of the day warming up the kitchen, I knew I needed something to cool me down. What conjures up in my brain is ice cream, or iced coffee. You know, with a little testing … Continue reading →The post Frozen Mocha Malted appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Are you a muffin man or a cupcake lover. Or both, like me? I am always looking for a great savory muffin to accompany a salad. Remember all the magazine I bought to read on the plane ride to Georgia? … Continue reading →The post Herbed Corn Muffins appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Have you every made a Farmer’s Salad before? Me neither. I’ve seen it on menu’s at restaurants, but never made it or ever ordered one either. Farmer’s Salad also known as Ensalada Grangero, consists of the bountiful ingredients you would find in … Continue reading →The post Farmer’s Salad appeared first on Nosh My Way.
My friend Zannie over at The Mixing Spoon made some home made honey wheat bread and then had the nerve to share it on Facebook. Of course, now I was craving bread. And I like short cuts. Bread normally has … Continue reading →The post Three-Seed Quick Bread appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Memories seem to come and go and for some of us memories trigger an era of days gone by. For me, certain foods often trigger certain memories. Memories of what it was like growing up in San Francisco. Another one … Continue reading →The post Slow-Cooked Carnitas appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Welcome back to anther great week of deliciousness. Last week was a garlic theme and this week, we want all your slow cooked recipes. Welcome to Foodie Friends Friday! Please take a moment to read through the rules before … Continue reading →The post Crock Pot Recipes Linky Party with Foodie Friends Friday appeared first on Nosh My Way.
As the season of Spring is starting to change into Summer, I enjoy making light and simple meals that are often grilled. You can easily convert this recipe from a skillet to the back yard grill. I threw together this … Continue reading →The post Grilled Lemon Chicken appeared first on Nosh My Way.
I am sure I have all of you covered for a variety of healthier Mexican dishes so you can host an incredible Mexican Fiesta. On my list for future posts include: Brown Rice and Bean Salad Farmer’s Salad Carnitas just … Continue reading →The post Mexican Green Rice appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Dear Ninja Blender: I love you so much. You made my life in the kitchen so much easier. Here is just one of the reasons why. I made my very own homemade salsa verde. I look forward to spending many more hours … Continue reading →The post Homemade Salsa Verde appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Smoky Baked Tortilla Chips Remember the incredible Pico de gallo I made for you the other day? Did you enjoy it? Truly, what is not to love about a freshly made condiment, made with incredible spices and fresh produce, that … Continue reading →The post Smoky Baked Tortilla Chips appeared first on Nosh My Way.
For the time being, my love affair with Asian-inspired cuisine is on hold. Why? Well come on. I live in Northern California, in a town were the major influence happens to be Hispanic. If you are wondering, the answer is … Continue reading →The post Pico de Gallo appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Coastal Mexico can be described as a mango. The colors of the horizon melt into each other when the sun is setting. It sets the mood for champagne. Tropical trees swaying in the background and a beautiful breeze sending the … Continue reading →The post Champagne Mango and Shrimp Ceviche appeared first on Nosh My Way.
Does anyone ever remember when our parents would talk about what it was like “back in the day”? Or what they did when they were a kid, or how tough life was for them? Do you ever stop and think … Continue reading →
Welcome back to another week of deliciousness. Last week I didn’t join the party. I was in Augusta Georgia attending the Masters Golf Tournament with the hubby. But I am back! Our sponsor this week is Honey Locust Hills. This … Continue reading →
Who doesn’t love the flavor of beer when cooking? I have made several recipes using beer, even bread. So why not try it in mac & cheese too? It’s sinfully delicious. I mean, really, what’s more comforting that Mac and Cheese … Continue reading →
Flying on an airplane never used to bother me. But as I get older I tend to dislike it more and more. I love to travel, I just don’t care for all the discomfort that comes from flying. The space is cramped … Continue reading →
Taking time out of a hectic schedule to spend some quality time with the hubby is great. Witnessing him live his dream to attend the Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National is priceless. I don’t golf, and as much as I enjoy spending … Continue reading →
Last week the hubby and I had the privilege of attending the 77th Annual Augusta National Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. The most prestigious golf tournament in the world. And I was there. Oh I had a grand time too. Nope, … Continue reading →
I know it’s still Spring, but everyone knows that once Spring hits we are all gearing up for Summer. The hubby and I just returned from attending the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. The weather — perfect, Well,almost. It … Continue reading →
Between watching the TV show chopped and my new outlook on being more adventurous in the kitchen, I wanted to try to make Harissa. Harissa is a hot chili paste that is commonly found in North African cooking, mainly Moroccan, Algerian, and … Continue reading →
If you know me at all, then you know that I have an incredible passion for Asian cuisine. My love affair continues. I have so many favorites that I hope to make them all some day. I also know that … Continue reading →
I swear I am just not up on all the new terminology used for sauces these days. I watch chopped, but sometimes I don’t even pay attention to what they are making or at least not what something is called. … Continue reading →
You know I love baking quick desserts or sweet snacks. I don’t like laboring over a dessert. Why, because i don’t want to have too much ownership in it. If I make a quick treat, I can satisfy my craving and … Continue reading →
As a traditional Mediterranean, I typically grill my asparagus with garlic and olive oil. cooking with garlic for us is like salt for an American. Which, I must tell, you, I absolutely love cooking with garlic. Asparagus is a great … Continue reading →
Sometimes life’s ups and downs take you to places to just never expected that you would go. Life experiences affect people in different ways. Did you ever say “I can’t believe how upset so-and-so got”. It was no big deal. But then … Continue reading →