Isn’t that a pretty little stack of food? It took about 10 seconds to make it and about 2 to eat. This is another one of those no-recipe recipes, but read on for the ingredients and the method! It would be great for a quick lunch but also a fun family dinner where everyone can pitch in or make them as an appetizer for the holidays when you have people coming over!
Hello fresh cherry tomatoes from my garden! How gorgeous do they make this tart? Not to mention how delicious! It is basically a variation of the little tomato pies I starting making last summer but in phyllo form. I never really wrote down the recipe, so here it is.
I live on Long Island during the summer and we are famous for our corn. I buy dozens at a time but even my corn loving family can’t eat corn that fast. So besides corn on the cob, I love to make fresh polenta or cut it off the cobs and add it raw to slaws and salads. But did you know you can roast it too?
Need a show stopper for guests? Or just a reason to make caramelized onions? Try this spectacular caramelized onion galette. It is the best of all worlds – onions and crust. It’s really impressive and totally vegan, obvs!
I never thought I would be updating my guacamole recipe. It was the 6th recipe I ever posted here on my blog and it’s foolproof – avocados, onions, cilantro, lime juice and salt. But I just discovered a secret ingredient that is taking my guacamole to a whole new level.