Pot Roast with Butternut Squash and Dried Plums

Slow roasted Pot Roast with Butternut Squash and Dried Plums is the best comfort food around. A wonderful choice for Sunday supper, easy to make and leftovers are even better the next day.  Methods for oven roasting and slow cooker are shared for this recipe. It's been raining for days now....I'm feeling soggy.  And tired.  There's something about rainy days that make me incredibly sleepy.  And wine, that makes me sleepy too.  Last night I had too much wine and today it's rainy so I just … [Read more...]

Pan Roasted Chicken Thighs with Creamy Mushroom Tarragon Sauce

This easy dinner is cooked in one skillet, a wonderful addition to your weeknight meal rotation.  Pan Roasted Chicken Thighs with Creamy Mushroom Tarragon Sauce are ready in under 45 minutes from start to finish and are so amazing they're great enough to serve to guests.   I'm reluctant to believe that this time of year is any busier than any other time of the year.  In fact, I feel like when the summer ends and we school starts things are more predictable...more routine...and less … [Read more...]

Tuna Salad Tacos

Bite sized treats perfect for an after-school snack, Tuna Salad Tacos are a fun way to change up your usual tuna salad sandwich. Mini soft taco shells are filled with the best tuna salad ever and topped with tasty taco toppings.  Quick, easy and healthy! I have a secret...I've been holding out on you.  I didn't do it intentionally but it's time I come clean.....I have the best tuna salad recipe ever.  No....really....I do.  It's simple and fresh and packed with protein....and you're going … [Read more...]

Philly Style Roast Pork Sandwich

Inspired by Dinic's Roast Pork Sandwich at Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia, this Philly Style Roast Pork Sandwich is simply amazing.  Loaded with tender pulled pork that's been slow roasted for hours then topped with cheese, broccoli rabe and roasted peppers....a true Philly favorite that everyone will love. If you haven't ever been to Reading Terminal Market and you happen to venture to America's birthplace (Philly...I'm talking about Philadelphia) this is definitely something … [Read more...]

How to Make The Very Best BLT

Disclaimer:  This post is sponsored by Hellmann’s.  All opinions and statements are my own, as always. Tomato season is here, so why not punch up your lunch with the Very Best BLT.  Thick sliced white bread toasted to perfection then piled high with juicy ripe tomatoes, spinach, salty bacon and slathered with mayo.  Back to school never tasted so good. I’ve been talking about Back to School for a couple weeks but it’s finally here. The buses have hauled the kids away for the day and the … [Read more...]

Simple Roasted Chicken

Disclaimer:  This post is sponsored by ALDI.  All opinions and statements are my own, as always. Seasoned with lemon zest and herbs, your Sunday chicken will shine in all it’s simplicity.  Simple Roasted Chicken requires only minutes of hands on time and should be a staple in your Sunday Supper arsenal. I love the simple things in life.  Mostly because in my life…laziness prevails.  But because of my lazy ways I’ve learned to appreciate simplicity especially when it comes to my food.  … [Read more...]

Italian Style Hot Dogs with Broccoli Rabe, Provolone and Roasted Red Peppers

This post is sponsored by Hebrew National® All-Beef Franks. Turn a tasty side dish into a knock your socks off hot dog topping.  Sauteed broccoli rabe is the perfect topping for Italian Style Hot Dogs, sharp provolone and roasted red peppers make them even better.  The best tailgating dog in town. Fall is on the horizon and with it….football…tailgating…lots of food.  It’s a good thing bulky sweaters and sweatpants are perfectly acceptable forms of attire when watching the game … [Read more...]

Grilled Chicken Peach and Quinoa Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette

Healthy, fresh and simple, Grilled Chicken Peach and Quinoa Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette is loaded with summer flavors.  Sweet peaches pair perfectly with grilled chicken and are topped with a zippy raspberry vinaigrette that's super easy to make in the blender. I know I keep talking about "fall is coming" and school busses barreling down the road but the fact is...summer isn't over yet.  Who's happy to hear that?  Actually, we have about a month left of summer and, to me, this is the … [Read more...]

Italian Pressed Picnic Sandwich

No worries about smashing this sandwich, pack it at the bottom of the cooler and load it up.  This Italian Pressed Picnic Sandwich is stuffed with italian meats, cheeses and spreads.  Held together by a crusty Ciabatta loaf, this is a definite crowd pleaser. You know what I despise?  A crushed beyond recognition sandwich.  I try my best to pack things in lunches that can take a bit of a beating.  PB&J on white bread? No go, they always end up a sticky, gooey mess if it's not stowed in … [Read more...]

Sausage Egg and Cheese Croissant with Maple Dijon Sauce

A zesty twist on a classic breakfast sandwich. This Sausage Egg and Cheese Croissant with Maple Dijon Sauce is a great way to start your day, packed with flavor and will quickly become a family breakfast staple. Bonus…the Maple Dijon Sauce doubles as a savory dip for an after-school snack! I am not a planner….it's just not in me. I'm more of a fly by the seat of my pants kinda gal and that doesn't really bode well when the school year begins. Kids running around the house begging for food … [Read more...]