Julie | August 19, 2011
If you asked me what my favorite food was when I was a kid, my immediate answer would have been chicken divan. This easy casserole of chicken, broccoli, creamy sauce and crunchy cheesy crust was one of the first recipes I learned how to make with my mom, and it was also one of the [...]
Julie | July 12, 2011
Some perfect take-along munchies for traveling: sourdough cheese crackers and decorated sugar cookies.
Julie | January 2, 2011
Call it what you will, this sandwich is exploding with flavor from Gruyere, prosciutto, herbes de Provence, Dijon mustard and Parmesan.
Julie | November 15, 2010
Homemade pizza topped with sauted mushrooms and onion, bacon, and thinly sliced red potato.
Julie | November 6, 2010
I have been a little overwhelmed by the number of pumpkin recipes that swamped the food blogosphere in the month of October. The ways people have been sneaking chunks and dollops of pumpkin into practically everything, sweet and savory, is incredible. Although I did pay homage with a few items, they were all sweet—pie, doughnuts, [...]
Julie | October 22, 2010
After going a little crazy with winter squash varieties at the farmer’s market, here are two squash dishes: simply roasted sweet dumpling squash, and butternut squash macaroni and cheese, with a rant about hiding food from picky eaters.
Julie | October 18, 2010
Mexican roasted chicken is a foil for some sides that use up end-of-season vegetables: green tomato rice and quesadillas full of squash blossoms, made using homemade corn tortillas.
Julie | August 12, 2010
Peach butter is transformed into a sweet and tangy barbecue sauce for slathering on roasted chicken. I rounded out this Southern-inspired meal with braised collard greens and super-cheesy potatoes.
Julie | June 23, 2010
“There’s cheese inside… don’t tell anybody!” Stuffed corn tortillas called pupusas, a sort of built-in quesadilla, accompany a butterflied chicken roasted with an infusion of Mexican flavors.
Julie | May 23, 2010
A basic recipe for cheddar-garlic drop biscuits, no baking mix required!