Tag Archive: vegetarian

Super Veggie Samosas

When I got home from our vacation, I realized that I had forgotten to make an item from my “Culinary Bucket List” for the month of May.  I have decided to do two… Continue reading

Very Last-Minute Vegetarian Mexican Supper

Tonight’s supper was very last-minute. So last-minute, in fact, that I have no photos because I honestly wasn’t sure how my mish-mash of vegetarian ingredients would turn out. I made a small pan… Continue reading

Arugula Salad with Balsamic Mushrooms, Bacon Strips, Onions, and Egg

I have been trying to eat more green lately … lettuces and greens, vegetables, and the occasional bit of meat. In the month of January, I had two different salads that I thoroughly… Continue reading

Marshmallow Pops

Who needs cake pops? After my stressful experience last month, see Cake Pop Disaster, I decided to go a different route and try to make marshmallow pops.  In my opinion, these pops are… Continue reading

Chicken and Brie Panini Sandwiches with Sliced Pears and Sun-Dried Tomatoes

A few weeks ago, I had an early lunch with a dear friend of mine at a lovely café with a European flair that left me longing to walk the streets of Paris… Continue reading

Chicken Ditalini Soup with Rosemary and Thyme

This soup was inspired by and adapted from my Williams-Sonoma catalog.  When it came in the mail, I opened it up to find a recipe for Pasta e Ceci Soup. However, I knew… Continue reading

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

I have a delicious jar of tahini (sesame seed paste) that I purchased this spring at one of my favorite Middle Eastern markets.  I bought the tahini to make homemade hummus which I… Continue reading

Thai Chicken Pizza

Oh my gosh, I love Thai food. I try to go to a Thai restaurant for dinner whenever I can. It must be all the vibrant flavors: lemongrass, coconut, peanut …. ooh, I’m… Continue reading

Savory Chicken Pot Pie Pasta

My Savory Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Serves 4. This is a flavorful recipe that I make quite often, because it utilizes many items I have in my fridge at all times.  The rich… Continue reading