Recipes

Asparagus, Broccoli and Pea Soup

It is no secret that we could all use more vegetables in our daily diet. I personally love most vegetables but, after a while, I get tired of salads and sides of vegetables. Soups are a good way to add variety. Vegetable-only soup are a good side dish, served with meat, cheese or any other… Continue reading Asparagus, Broccoli and Pea Soup

Recipes

Colorful Vegetable Slaw

The best dishes are created when you look in your fridge and feel the pressure to use whatever is left in there before it goes bad. After an exciting week, making tons of hand pies, I was left with a bunch of random vegetables. I was pretty excited to make coleslaw when I realized I had… Continue reading Colorful Vegetable Slaw

Recipes

Everything Au Gratin

Au Gratin sounds fancy, doesn't it? For a while, I was intimidated to make anything au gratin. That was until I realized I could make my own simple version of it with pretty much anything I could find in our fridge and pantry. For anyone who isn't familiar with the term, here is the definition (or… Continue reading Everything Au Gratin

Challenges, Recipes

#SBCC Day 4: Canard à la Québécoise

The duck was the most intimidating dish of the Spring Break Cookbook Challenge. The one I almost took off the list by fear of messing it up. When I told my husband I was hesitant about making the duck, he responded "Isn't the whole point to challenge yourself and try to make dishes you aren't familiar with?".… Continue reading #SBCC Day 4: Canard à la Québécoise