by TT March 2nd, 2016| Recipes, Salads
I love cooking. Obviously. I love being able to create a product for others. Thus, every birthday my children have a homemade meal of their choice. I also enjoy cooking for holidays- especially the ones where most of the world turns to a restaurant. Case in point- Valentine's Day.
by BnB Finder February 26th, 2016| Best BnB Bites, Breakfast Dishes, Recipes
"It's all gravy" is a fun way to say everything is alright - better than alright, actually! - and we're taking that to heart, literally, with this week's recipe. The sumptuous Sausage Gravy and Biscuit comes from our friends at The Twelve Oaks Bed & Breakfast
in Covington, GA,
by Jane Wangersky February 25th, 2016| Recipes, Simple Solutions
When I brought home a secondhand copy of The I Hate to Cook Book by Peg Bracken
, my son said, “But you don’t hate to cook.” No, I don’t -- otherwise I’d never have taken this job -- but I like to read books that make me laugh,
by TT February 24th, 2016| Main Dishes, Recipes
When I think of winter cooking themes, they revolve around warm foods, hearty foods. So, over the past month we've shared recipes for soups and stews, homemade breads, and one-dish dinners. This week we are focusing on dishes with gravy.
Gravy is something that comes to mind at Thanksgiving- a necessary
by TT Editors February 22nd, 2016| Main Dishes, Recipes
As winter wears on, the lure of comfort food becomes even stronger. One of the best ways to make dinner a comforting meal is serving a homemade sauce or gravy.
Mashed potatoes topped with turkey gravy, braised lamb with a warm
by BnB Finder February 19th, 2016| Best BnB Bites, Breakfast Dishes, Main Dishes, Recipes
Time is of the essence it seems - for all of us! There are just never enough hours in the day to get everything squared away. That's why when we can cut corners in the culinary world - as long as your food remains delicious - it's an ideal situation.
by Jane Wangersky February 18th, 2016| Recipes, Simple Solutions
This isn’t anything fancy, but it’s good, filling, and a whole dinner in a single dish. Though a salad would round out the meal -- and you’ll have time to make one while this dish is cooking in the oven.
Starting from frozen means the vegetables don’t overcook. On the downside,
by TT February 17th, 2016| Breakfast Dishes, Main Dishes, Recipes
I have been seeing pictures and recipes of shakshuka for quite some time. It looked like an interesting dish, but for one reason or another I delayed giving it a try. However, with this week's recipe theme being one-dish meals, shakshuka was in my list of recipes to master. Plus
by TT Editors February 15th, 2016| Main Dishes, Recipes
There are a handful of options for cooking that one-pot meal. The first option is stovetop- using a larger stockpot. While not my preferred method, it does allow the cook to check on the dish quite easily.
With this method, it
by BnB Finder February 12th, 2016| Best BnB Bites, Desserts, Recipes
With Valentine's Day swiftly on the way, we've already got the chocolate lovers covered. So now is the time to get somethingMaine Stay Inn & Cottage in Kennebunkport, ME, conveniently located in the heart of the historic district and featuring cozy accommodations, beautiful surroundings, exceptional hospitality and service, have the
by Jane Wangersky February 11th, 2016| Desserts, Recipes
I couldn’t be around for the initial taste test of this dessert, so before I left I was careful to tell my tasters that though the pudding might look like strawberry or raspberry, it was actually banana and cinnamon. How does a pudding like that end up pink? The secret
by TT February 10th, 2016| Desserts, Recipes
I truly enjoy cake. Well, certain cakes. I adore wedding cake and carrot cake. I can skip on every piece of chocolate cake or chocolate-frosted cake. The one thing that holds true for all cakes that I enjoy is the frosting. I do love a strong ratio of frosting to