I’ve been wanting to use my pimento cheese in a grilled cheese sandwich for the longest time, and a recent trip to a restaurant sealed the deal for me. I recently went to a place called Hidden Still and saw that they had pimento cheese grilled cheese on the menu and knew immediately what I
A great way to use leftover shredded barbecue chicken!
When I first made //this French onion dip// for #52NewEats last year, I was so blown away by the flavor that I was immediately interested in how else I could use French fried onions in other recipes. And one of the first things that came to mind was a French onion grilled cheese! I chose
If you follow me on Instagram, it’s no secret that I looooove cacio e pepe. During #52NewEats last year I found a recipe that I really liked and I’ve made it many times since. So when I saw //this recipe for cacio e pepe macaroni and cheese//…. well duh, of course I had to make
There is an awesome foodie restaurant near me called The Butcher & Barkeep, and it’s about the only foodie restaurant around. The waits there are regularly an hour or more during dinner time, any day of the week. It’s a popular place with the locals, and for good reason – they have an excellent craft
Guys! It’s my 3-year blogaversary! Yes, yes, yes, I can hardly believe it, but three years ago today, I started this little bloggity blog as a creative outlet for my writing, food photography, and enthusiasm for food. My first post was (DUH) a nachos recipe inspired by one of my favorite food bloggers, Pinch of
A friend of mine shared this recipe video on my Facebook feed a few weeks ago, and I knew immediately I had to make these nachos. La Bomba Nachos, fools! So I did change some things. First, I nixed the mozzarella cheese. People. Mozzarella cheese has no place in Mexican cooking. Stop mixing cuisines, mkay?
A couple weeks ago my girl Jodie over at //Two Lucky Spoons// posted a recipe on Instagram of her Ham Broccoli and Potato Chowder and my mouth instantly started watering. Only problem is, I kinda hate ham (fight me), but I’m also leaning towards vegetarian lately. So I asked her, could I make it without
Ahhh chicken saltimbocca. Not the prettiest dish to photograph, but a delicious dish to devour. I am not even really sure where this recipe came from, it’s one of those that have been in my family forever. I probably found it on the interwebz back in the days I first started cooking and it has