crepe trio (5 of 5)

Goodbye Fort Walton Beach and Vanilla Bean Crepe Trio

  We are moving! Over the next couple of weeks, we are making the transition to the Northern Virginia/D.C. area…. Continue reading »

Chocolate Ricotta Parfait (2 of 3)

Layered Chocolate Ricotta Cup

Time for another Secret Recipe Club Post! For those who haven’t seen my previous Secret Recipe Club posts: In the… Continue reading »

Grilled Pork Tenderloin Fajitas

Grilled Pork Tenderloin Fajitas

These Grilled Pork Tenderloin Fajitas are packed with flavor and a great reason to fire up the grill this summer…. Continue reading »

Farfalle-Shaped Pasta using Homemade Basil Pasta Dough

How-To: Farfalle and Basil Pasta

Farfalle was always my favorite pasta shape growing up and now it is a favorite of Evan’s. Farfalle, also known… Continue reading »

tomato salad with lemon dijon dressing (2 of 3)

Tomato Salad with Lemon Dijon Dressing

This is the first year I have actually had success growing my own tomatoes! The past two years I have… Continue reading »

naan sandwich (2 of 3)

Art of Animation and Naan Breakfast Sandwich

Here is the last post for our spring trip to Orlando! Today, I am sharing photos from Art of Animation… Continue reading »

Dark Chocolate Creme Brulee

Dark Chocolate Creme Brulee

For chocolate lovers, I have found a wonderful dark chocolate variation to crème brûlée. Chopped dark chocolate is melted, then… Continue reading »

Hobakjeon (Korean Zucchini Pancakes)

Hobakjeon (Korean Zucchini Pancakes)

Hobakjeon are Korean pancakes filled with zucchini. They may also be referred to as hobak buchim or buchimgae since Hobakjeon… Continue reading »

Fettuccine with Mushroom Cream Sauce

Universal Orlando Part 2 and Fettuccine with Mushroom Cream Sauce

Here is Part 2 of our visit to Universal Orlando! Check out my previous posts from our Orlando trip: Epcot,… Continue reading »

Ka'ak b'sukar (Syrian Sugar Cookies)

Ka’ak b’sukar (Syrian Sugar Cookies)

Ka’ak b’sukar are Syrian sugar cookies with a hint of orange. They are not overly sweet like the American counterpart,… Continue reading »