Spanish Zucchini Tortilla Need a quick and tasty meal for tonight’s dinner? This Spanish Zucchini Tortilla recipe will be your new go-to. It’s always on repeat in our home, because it’s light, yet so satisfying. And everyone is always looking for leftovers to pack for lunch the next day. It’s perfect to save for your […]
With a taste of Spring today, here in New York, I am ready for some easy weeknight meals. This colorful Sheet Pan Za’atar Chicken and Vegetables dish is definitely one of this busy mama’s favorites. It’s a quick and easy combination of staple ingredients I always have on hand – skinless chicken breast, carrots, onions […]
This super easy turkey chili is on weekly rotation in my home from the beginning of fall until the end of winter. It’s so simple and perfectly seasoned for a hearty, healthy, busy mama meal. And the best part is – if you let the kids add their own toppings, it will easily become a […]
Beef tenderloin, when prepared properly is mouth watering and delightful. This Spinach and Mushroom Stuffed Beef Tenderloin recipe is an easy way to impress – And by adding halved beets, carrots and garlic to the sheet pan, you have the perfect side dish. Stuffed beef tenderloin is so good and can easily become a family […]
One of my favorite family traditions is Christmas morning breakfast. When my children where young, a quick Christmas breakfast that could be prepared ahead of time was essential. I loved that I could pop it in the oven while we gathered around the tree to unwrapped Santas gifts. Planning ahead, with recipes like this, has […]
Thanksgiving is on the way – are you in charge of the turkey this year? I have a huge family and host every other year. That means a minimum of 25 people when I have it at my house; some years we’ve had close to 40! I’ve learned a few tips along the way to […]
What is the secret ingredient to your Italian friend’s meal? You know what meal I mean — The one that has you wishing you had one more serving before heading home. I mean, it tasted like it was straight from the hills of Italy and apparently it was whipped up as you were on your way over to visit. How do they do it?