Crostini has to be one of my favorite appetizers. Who can say no to bread and cheese? Not me! This appetizer pairs toasty baguette slices, parmesan cheese, pear, fresh fennel, and honey for an easy, tasty dish that can be put together in less than 20 minutes. These bite size crostini are always a hit at parties! For this recipe, all we’re doing is slicing … Continue reading Parmesan and Pear Crostini
Growing up, the only kind of “ramen” that I knew was the instant kind you can get for 25 cents at Walmart. My mom used to call it “hunty noodle soup” because she would make it when my dad would go hunting and she wouldn’t want to cook a huge meal when it was just the two of us. Once I tried authentic ramen in … Continue reading Shiitake Mushroom and White Miso Ramen
I’m always a fan of breakfast food that I feel like I can eat at anytime of the day. This is totally one of those recipes. I’m not a huge egg eater, but this one is something irresistible. The Marinara sauce and the basil with the egg is such a decadent, savory flavor. I love how the runny yolk tastes with it too. It’s simply … Continue reading Italian Baked Eggs
Last Monday afternoon I took a break from my errand running to have bite to eat at the local cafe in Kohler, The Craverie. It’s conveniently located in the Woodlake Market area so I did a little extra shopping after my lunch! (; Upon entering The Craverie, It is definitely a beautiful space. Crystal chandeliers, a giant, ornate mirror (perfect for teenage girls to “selfie” … Continue reading A review of the Craverie Cafe in Kohler, WI.
This is one of my favorite pasta dishes and it reminds me so much of summer because of how light and refreshing it is! It’s thin spaghetti, or Spaghettini, in an olive oil sauce. What gives this recipe so much flavor is the roasted cherry tomatoes,garlic,fresh basil, and the toasty garlic breadcrumbs we’re going to add in! All in all pretty damn healthy for a … Continue reading Spaghettini with Roasted Tomatoes and Garlic
I fell in love with barbecue when my dad started smoking pork competitively. A few years back they started a Barbecuing team called “The Baster Boys” and traveled all around Wisconsin to different competitions. They stay up all night to smoke the pork, and then the judges would test their different pork and sauce combos the next morning. Pulled pork, brisket, ribs…. All sooooooo good! … Continue reading Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sliders
Although I will never claim to be an excellent baker, I have been getting the hang of it lately. I used to be terrible. Before Thanksgiving I attempted to make a flourless chocolate cake and that was a complete disaster. I picked the first recipe I saw on pinterest and it used a “water bath,” not that I even had a clue what that was. … Continue reading THE BEST Lemon Poppyseed Muffins