I don't think I've ever met a meatball I didn't like. I've made meatballs a dozen different times in a dozen different ways. Chicken and zucchini. meatball parmesan, buffalo chicken, cajun---meatballs are a go-to snack item for me. I found this old Betty Crocker recipe the other day in my collection and tweaked it a… Continue reading Turkey Taco Meatballs
Seafood is an extravagant purchase where I come from. We're only about 1,000 miles away from the closest coast and good, cheap seafood is really hard to come by. My main seafood purchases are shrimp and catfish, and I do that sparingly. I'm talking a once-a-month meal. So imagine my surprise when my local grocer… Continue reading Shrimp & Scallop Divan
If you're first starting out on the keto diet, this one is for you. There's a lot of richness in this skillet alfredo that will keep cravings at bay. Use asparagus in place of pasta and you'll never miss the carbs. Cheesy, creamy, alfredo goodness.
Sugar OVERLOAD. I've probably had more sweets in the last week than I have all year. I can't wait to get back on keto at the beginning of the New Year, but for now I'm soaking up the holiday treats. This cookie cake I made for work on Monday is probably the sweetest thing I've… Continue reading Candy Cane Cookie Cake
Whoever invented the Hawaiian roll slider, bless them. I've made these things a dozen different times in a dozen different ways. They always turn out marvelous. There's just something about Hawaiian rolls that makes them so good. You could probably slap a piece of tree bark and gravel between two sides of a Hawaiian roll… Continue reading Turkey & Cranberry Sliders
The air is cool, crisp, and has a hint of fireplace smoke to it. Lights twinkle in the pre-dawn sky, a pine-scented candle flickers in the distance, and coffee percolates on the countertop. These December mornings have got me feeling all kinds of things. Christmas is about a week away, and I've been immersed in… Continue reading Christmas Cookie Sticks
I own a lot of kitchen utensils and gadgets. I've got a KitchenAid mixer. A food processor. A sushi bazooka. A griddle. An immersion blender, hand mixer, pizelle maker, egg roll maker, and breakfast sandwich maker. But you know one thing that I don't have? A whisk. Yep. Something as simplistic and necessary as a… Continue reading Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast Casserole