Sharing this chocolate zucchini bread with a sweet & crumbly oat streusel topping to get you in the baking mood! It’s decadent, delicious, and the perfect way to use up the end of summer zucchini. Hints of cinnamon, rich vanilla, and indulgent melted chocolate run throughout this incredibly tender, moist bread. Serve it for breakfast, as a snack, or a post-dinner treat! Continue reading “Chocolate Zucchini Bread with Oat Streusel”
Festive cornmeal popovers slathered with a flavorful herb honey butter! Perfect way to change up the typical dinner rolls on your Thanksgiving table. These popovers are easy to make and absolutely delicious, bursting with bright herby flavor and a subtle hint of honey sweetness. Continue reading “Cornmeal Popovers with Herb Honey Butter”
Introducing the very best maple pumpkin bread! It’s warming and cozy, with the perfectly moist & tender texture. Flavored simply with nutty brown butter, rich maple syrup, a hint of cinnamon, and vanilla. Sliced thick and topped with a swoosh of cinnamon butter for just a little extra flavor! You can serve this bread warm or eat it at room temp. And truly…it works any time of day – for a decadent breakfast, an afternoon pick-me-up with a hot cup of coffee, or a festive dessert.
Rounding out my Easter menu this year with these chive gougères, because every holiday menu needs something fun to snack on all dinner long. These gougères are addicting little bites full of chives and gruyere cheese, and they’re topped with a slightly sweet, silky smooth strawberry honey butter!
A bold, vibrant red pepper and walnut dip that has just enough spice, and tons of rich flavor. This dip originated in the Middle East and is also known as Muhammara. It’s truly one of the most delicious things I’ve ever tasted, and I can’t wait for you to try it.
Mashed avocado, whipped ricotta, fresh tomatoes, AND fried eggs. All of this piled onto crusty, olive oil-drizzled toasts. Need I say more? It’s breakfast bruschetta and it’s amazing.
In traditional Italian fashion, my family would make the Feast of the Seven Fishes every Christmas Eve. Over the years, the tradition has changed. We now tend to serve steak and pasta, with only a few of our seafood specialties. Mussels are always a big hit, so this year I am making sure they end up on our holiday table!