A decadent strawberry jam coffee cake just in time for Mother’s Day! Layers of tender cake, sweet jam, and buttery streusel. This cake is rich and definitely not lacking in streusel. The perfect way to thank mom for all she does!
Everyone needs a good roast chicken recipe in their back pocket, and this salt & pepper roast chicken dinner is that classic dish that you’ll go to time and time again. It’s the perfect complete dinner made in just about an hour or so. Golden, juicy roast chicken with roasted potatoes, carrots, fennel, and shallots alongside. Served with a bright gremolata topping and a good drizzle of olive oil.
An absolutely family classic: our Sunday morning crepes. Classic sweet crepes flavored simply with pure vanilla extract. We eat them plain with powdered sugar or sometimes with a thin layer of jam inside. If you want to take it up a notch, I’ve shared our orange syrup recipe as well that makes for the most irresistible sauce to soak the crepes in.
Sharing this charred pepper salsa recipe with you today in hopes it becomes your new go-to salsa. I love the smoky addition of the charred peppers, giving this salsa tons of character and depth. It’s slightly unique and really rich in flavor, yet still easy to execute.
A simple side dish or appetizer for any mexican feast: cheesy bean dip. Inspired by pantry staples and the need for a quick cinco de mayo recipe to make at home. This dip is a no-fuss kind of recipe that has everything you need – smokiness from spices and fire-roasted tomatoes, heartiness from white beans, richness from monterey jack cheese, and freshness from cilantro.
A fun Friday treat to help us enjoy the weekend: chocolate coconut shortbread bars. Layers of buttery shortbread crust, creamy milk chocolate filling, and sweet caramelized coconut. They’re simple and delicious, truly a project to bring some joy to our lives as we head into May!
Golden, peppery lemon butter shrimp pasta! The seafood pasta you need right now – minimal ingredients, a quick process, and every bit luxurious as it sounds. Full of lemon, toasted walnuts, freshly cracked black pepper, butter, and parmesan cheese.
Sharing my grandma’s sour cream cucumbers today, the easiest side dish that we grew up eating with all of her spring and summer meals. It’s a fresh cucumber “salad” with scallions and chives, seasoned well with salt & freshly cracked black pepper, and marinated in tangy sour cream.
Bringing a little nostalgic, comforting fare into our kitchens with these brown butter noodles. They’re egg noodles tossed in brown butter with caramelized cabbage and toasted caraway seeds. Truly so simple, but really rich in flavor. Topped with a dollop of creme fraiche and fresh herbs.