You guys know by now that I’m a big fan of making my own sauces. And, this Teriyaki Sauce is one that we’ve been making for years. I think we started making this recipe because we couldn’t find a bottled Teriyaki Sauce that we really liked. Basically, anywhere you want to use a bottle of Teriyaki Sauce or marinade, use this, and feel better knowing that you know everything in it, and that it tastes way better than any bottled stuff.
A collection of my Paleo-friendly recipes. I don’t follow the Paleo diet, as a vegetarian you can see that would be difficult. And besides, coffee isn’t supposed to be consumed if you follow the Paleo diet, and I couldn’t live without coffee. (hee hee) But, many of my recipes fall within this diet. Take a look.
I’m bringing you the next Childhood Favorites Remade! This dish is something my mom made when I was in high school. Italian Apricot Chicken, which I’m now calling Italian Apricot Stew. It was super easy to make. I think this Italian Apricot Stew recipe stands the test of time. Still really easy, and super yummy, full flavored with lots of herbs and spices. Vegetarian or non-vegetarian.
Italian Dressing is the third and final recipe ingredient in the next Childhood Favorites Remade. Apricot Jam, Onion Soup Mix, and now, Italian Dressing. Have you figured it out yet? Kind of a weird grouping, I know. But, I tell you it was one of my favorites when I was a kid. We’ve been eating…
I’ve been asked by my foodie friend Justine of Full Belly Sisters to create a recipe featuring orange food. So, I decided I’d create a recipe that felt inspired by Justine, not only using the color orange, but to make a simple recipe using whole foods that are loaded with flavor. And I bring you Toast with Sweet Potatoes and Chimichurri Sauce.