Sometimes I get in an asparagus rut. I make the same ol’ asparagus spears sautéed in butter and garlic. Now, don’t get me wrong – That is delicious in itself…but I wanted something more decadent. So what’s a girl to do? Wrap it in bacon, of course. Continue reading “Bacon Wrapped Asparagus”
Butternut Squash….PIE? Yep, pie! This delicious pie tastes very similar to pumpkin pie, and a great way to use up your squash if you aren’t the greatest fan of it in a savory application. This pie graced my Thanksgiving table this year as the featured dessert, and received rave reviews from everyone who tried it! Continue reading “Butternut Squash Pie”
If you like a kick to your baked beans then this recipe is for you. It has spice with just enough heat to make you smile.
More specifically, Blackstrap Molasses.
What exactly is molasses?
Simply put, molasses is the thick syrup that is produced when sugar cane or sugar beets are processed to make the refined sugar that we are all used to. But, where that refined sugar is destined for the baking aisle of the grocery store, most molasses is actually sold as (gasp!) livestock feed! Continue reading “What about Molasses?”
This has to be the easiest and best butternut squash recipe I have found. It is not really sweet, has no crust, and is perfect for a light after dinner treat. I don’t feel bad about enjoying this one at all and I hope you won’t either.
Continue reading “Spiced Crust-less Butternut Squash Tart”
Butternut squash is one of my favorite vegetables. There are so many ways to use it, savory or sweet. This is a fancy looking but easy way that uses puff pastry shells from the store. Add you favorite salad and you have a wonderful meal.
Continue reading “Super Easy Butternut Bacon Tart”
We’ve all been there. Its 4:45, you’re trying to get supper together and in the oven, and you need a can of green chiles…but there are none in the pantry! So, stock up on roasted green chiles in the freezer when you can! I love using them fresh, but sometimes I spend a day putting them up for later when they are offered by the case. Continue reading “Preserving your Green Chiles”