Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Category Archive for 'Veggies'

Cheesy Chipotle Mashed Potatoes is the companion recipe to yesterday’s Crockpot Shredded Chicken with Chipotles. But let me assure you that you might soon be making these potatoes to go with EVERYTHING! These potatoes are sooooo good. Nice big chunks of potatoes with just a smoky hint of chipotle for a little zip. If you […]

Read Full Post »

Thai Beef Rice Bowls! Rice, savory beef, tons of veggies, and fresh green herbs are having a bowl party and you’re invited. We had these last night and then I ate the leftovers as a salad for lunch today so I think a big thumbs up is appropriate. These are easy to make and extremely […]

Read Full Post »

Remember my addiction to funky salads? Well, sign me up for a BIG BOWL of Charred Cauliflower Salad! We’ve learned that roasting vegetables does weird and wonderful, flavorful things. Well so does charring in a pan. This salad, like several recipes featured here at Idiot’s Kitchen, was first made for me by my friend Jen […]

Read Full Post »

Hi Friends! Long time, no see! Also long time, no cooking around here. The symphony season (and thus the driving season) has finally hit a short pause. I had every intention of posting recipes from the road these past two weeks but life got a little too crazy. I flew from Tampa to Kansas City […]

Read Full Post »

Spaghetti with Broccoli Pesto. You’re probably wondering what on earth I’m talking about. Yes, pesto! The green stuff…but made with broccoli instead of basil. Pesto is named for the act of grinding the ingredients together, old school in a mortar and pestle but the basil variety is so popular that everyone assumes that’s what you’re talking […]

Read Full Post »

Thai Quinoa Salad! Also known as The Salad That Kept Me From Starving Last Week. Sorry for the light posting here lately. Life has been overwhelming and crazy with the symphony season(s) winding down, commuting around Florida, commuting around Minnesota, and the return of the not so welcome internet hackers. There hasn’t been much time […]

Read Full Post »

What to cook for Easter? If you’re hosting Easter dinner this Sunday or looking for a dish to bring along to celebrate with family & friends, we’ve got some suggestions that will put a spring in your step. Unlike holidays such as Thanksgiving that have a traditional menu, Easter gives you a chance to branch […]

Read Full Post »

Poblano Corn Chowder with Shrimp is a fantastic new soup that I’m happy to have in the dinner rotation. I love soups that simmer all day long or cook in the crock pot, making your house smell great. However, we are all busy people so I need soup recipes that cook in minutes rather than […]

Read Full Post »

Butternut Squash & Bacon Risotto. Hello, my lovely! So many good things going on in one dish…butternut squash meets smoky bacon with a little zing of fresh sage. All of this in a creamy, dreamy pot of golden risotto. Heaven on a plate. So good that we’re going to get right to it… Here’s what […]

Read Full Post »

I have never been a huge fan of the traditional stuffed pepper but I’ll take these Chorizo Stuffed Poblano Peppers any day of the week! If you’re not familiar with poblanos, you should give them a try. They are a mild pepper – not spicy, burn your tongue, clear your sinuses hot like a jalapeño […]

Read Full Post »

« Newer Posts - Older Posts »