Today’s recipe is a great spring & summertime salsa with fresh peaches, creamy avocado, bell pepper, onions, and jalapeno. Use as a topper for grilled fish or chicken, or just dip tortilla chips in it.Read More
These cream cheese-stuffed mushrooms combine a variety of delectable ingredients for a tasty bite that your family and friends will love. There are a few steps involved but it is easy to complete. I used button mushrooms to make a nice ratio of mushroom to creamy stuffing. You could use this recipe with large mushrooms if desired.
I do love avocados. I use them in salads, in smoothies, and even on toast. Today I’m trying something new for me – breaded avocado fingers baked until golden brown. I had to try them. Avocado is so healthy for you and with a few additions of sharper flavors like lime or lemon juice and garlic, it becomes a delight to eat.
If you’ve read many of my recipes, you’ll have noticed I love hummus. I’ve shared several hummus recipes in a variety of flavors. Today we’ll make an easy hummus using roasted red bell pepper. This recipe is simple to make and makes hummus that’s so much better than store-bought. You can use a jar of roasted peppers from the store or if you desire, you can make your own.
Summer is the time to cook food on the grill. Meat, vegetables, and fruits all have their flavors enhanced with the high heat that seals in all the juices. Magic seems to happen when we grill fuit. Today’s recipe uses ripe but not soft peaches wrapped in prosciutto. Grilled prosciutto wrapped peaches are a perfect sweet and savory dish. Serve with mozzarella or burrata. Drizzle the platter with extra virgin olive oil, sprinkle a little salt and pepper, and garnish with fresh basil strips.
Summer heat is on and lots of folks are wondering what to do with all those tomatoes from the garden. Fresh tomatoes, Parmesan cheese. fresh basil, olive oil, and toasted Italian bread make a simple appetizer, lunch or snack. Add balsamic vinegar and your treat has a little kick. Summer toast – Give it a try!
Living in Florida, one of my favoritee meals is fresh Gulf Shrimp. You can fix shrimp many ways, but today I’m writing about grilled marinated shrimp. The main thing to remember when cooking shrimp is to not cook it too long.
There are two things I like to have in my refrigerator at all times – hummus and lemons. Today I’m putting those two things together in a tasty hummus based on white beans, tahini, olive oil, and lemon juice. I love fresh vegetables. I was lucky in my last food delivery that my carrots, celery, lettuce, grape tomatoes, and cucumbers were available. I’ll enjoy them while I can. Read More