“Jenn’s here, she can cook!” No pressure. I honestly had no clue what to make, so we went to Publix and got inspired. Gnocchi with Italian sausage, spinach and creamy parmesan sauce was the result.
My absolute favorite take-out dinner is Pad Thai. I love it.
I totally winged breakfast on Saturday morning. I pulled a ton of stuff out from the fridge that I could have eaten and then thought, “I wouldn’t mind a cheese Danish.”
I have been slack-a-lackin’ at cooking this week (in my defense, I was sick). However, I did manage to get myself together and come up with a fish bowl–or imitate one. If you haven’t figured it out already, I’m a big Disney World fan, and I swear this isn’t a Disney food blog, but I…
We have a restaurant here in town called Harry’s Seafood and they have some of the best grits I’ve ever eaten.
Years ago my sister used to swear by the Cheesecake Factory’s Chicken Marsala. To her credit, it was pretty good.
When you live close enough to Disney that you can make a day trip out of it and you have an annual pass, there is no excuse not to go, especially when it’s Food & Wine at Epcot!
A copycat recipe from the salmon dinner I had at Morimoto Asia in Disney Springs.
I decided to make migas–a traditional Spanish breakfast made from stale bread, chorizo, peppers, paprika and eggs.
One of the dishes we were served was a sablefish over red coconut curry. It was SO DELICIOUS and it seemed simple to replicate.