mi amore sauce

He said, “Jenn this is the best sauce I’ve ever had in my life… and I’m Italian” hence we named it so. Sauces are definitely something at this point I don’t really think about… they just happen and evolve.                                

Holy fish! Caribbean cayenne mahi and lemon almond kale

A game play delay resulted in a dinner unexpected a few days later… Planning to cook on a Friday when last minute plan changes came up, resulted in prepping the fish and then letting it sit for a few days. Mahi was prepared with olive oil and topped with a blend of “magical” Caribbean spice…

Pistachio chicken warms the heart….dinner without a plan

I’m really behind on my blogging here, but I’ve been super busy. As I’m cooking I’m capturing photos, but not remembering a lot of the details but here’s what I can remember and it’s totally worth whatever I can remember because it was yummy! That phrase a picture is worth a thousand words is my…

mayo-less egg salad with sundried tomatoes and olives

I’m going on a trip and that means I haven’t grocery shopped for a few weeks. That also means the fridge is getting into a desperate state. As non-waster, that also means that whatever is left is going to be eaten before my trip, or it’s heading to the trash. Egg salad. I love it…

Tabbouleh – chop chop chop

Freshness is key: lemon juice, parsley, mint, tomatoes, onion, pepper (I love pops of color), garlic, olive oil, s/p and of course couscous. I used combo of wheat and regular. Tiny chops are important and parsley tops only for best results (I have a chopper that makes this easier). Play with olive oil garlic and…