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.
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.
I’m honored that Becca asked me to guest post on her blog, It’s Yummi, and I’m thrilled to share my Butternut Squash Gratin with you today. It’s a great balance of flavors, filling earthy butternut squash, oniony leeks, and creamy tangy goat cheese, all wrapped up in a lovely hot gratin. And, all those veggies! Yum!
This Homemade Vegetarian Mushroom Soup is absolutely divine. Just filled with earthy meaty mushroom goodness all accented by some herby thyme. And, topped off with just the right about of creamy milk. This isn’t ordinary run-of-the-mill cream of mushroom soup, no, this one is a keeper. This one is one that I’ll make again and again. It’s good. Really good!