Paris anyone? Join us on a virtual trip to France to try these delectable roasted veggie crepes and see firsthand why we love French food so much! First, we’ll roast a huge tray of assorted vegetables (tomatoes, carrots, zucchini, eggplant, red bell peppers, mushrooms, onions, shallots, and garlic) tossed in olive oil with Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper. Then we’ll chop it all up, mix it with grated Gruyere cheese and roll it into a freshly cooked crepe. I like to call it “ratatouille in a wrap”. and roll it into a freshly cooked crepe. I like to call it “ratatouille in a wrap”.
These savory biscuits are super delicious and so easy to make! What I love about them is that they call for olive oil instead of butter and nonfat plain yogurt to bind them together. Not to mention, they are full of olives bits and grated sharp cheddar, two of our favorite foods.
Who doesn’t love a good bowl? Here’s a festive Mediterranean version chock full of some of our favorite foods … farro, sun-dried tomatoes, Kalamata olives, shallots, basil, artichoke hearts, garbanzo beans, feta cheese and pine nuts tossed together in a lemon-red wine vinaigrette! Happy food!🥰
What’s that saying? An apple a day ... 🍎
Caramelized apples, brown sugar, cinnamon, cardamom and butter fold together in these delicious breakfast scones. Topped off with caramelized apple icing, these are a welcome wake-up call and a fun way to start your day!
There is something so great about the fresh taste of celery, but usually it is relegated to a bit player in another dish, like an ingredient in soup or salad or even as a minor character in spicy chicken wings. It never dawned on me to make it the focal point of a dinner salad until my good friend Mouna served it to us one night! From that point on, we were hooked, and we’ve enhanced the salad by adding blue cheese and toasted pecans and also incorporating some of the celery leaves, which are not only beautiful, but add a flavor all of their own! They are slightly more bitter, but so fresh tasting and they make the salad a bit more complex in nature.