Hey ya’ll! So, I guess it’s been a little while. Earlier this year I crashed and burned and suffered from what is commonly known as ‘blogger burnout’. This is probably the second or third time I’ve gone through this since starting SFB. If you’re not a food blogger, it can be difficult to understand just
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