Growing up in Wisconsin, my family frequented supper clubs on the weekends or special occasions for steak dinner. One of my favorite side dishes to have with my steak is a true steakhouse classic, creamed spinach. In fact, my love for creamed vegetables runs much deeper than that. From creamed corn to cream peas, theContinue reading “Classic Creamed Spinach”
As we find ourselves stuck inside, many of you are cooking more than usual. I am here to help you navigate what is currently in your pantry and fridge and turn it into something tasty. This particular recipe focuses on using up vegetables that are past their prime in an attempt to prevent wasting perfectlyContinue reading “Zero-Waste Vegetable Soup”
Like many of my recipes, this one was born from a craving. Also, my disinterest in driving clear across town to the restaurant that serves a very similar dish. I make this soup about once a month, pending I make it to the one store in the area that sells the Sun Noodles brand. OfContinue reading “Tomato Egg Drop Soup with Chewy Sun Noodles”
Heat oven to 400℉.Lay strips of bacon on a baking sheet with a rack placed inside.Bake for 20-25 minutes (depending on desired crisp)Eat all the bacon.
This recipe is a homage to the way my mother and grandmother cooked their stuffed peppers, with the key ingredient being condensed tomato soup. The soup helps to cut down some of the acidity of just using straight tomato sauce, as well as brings a creaminess to the sauce that these peppers will slowly bakeContinue reading “Traditional Stuffed Peppers”