September in Ohio means clam bake season! It’s always fun to go to a full on clam bake however each year we have a traditional dinner with my mom that consists of just clams and herb bread. The recipe below results in an amazingly flavorful broth that is exceptional when mopped up with the herb bread, also shown below.
Happy Taco Tuesday, friends! If you love tacos, I’ve got a great recipe for you to try out! This recipe actually comes from my friends Bob and Peg, extraordinary entertainers and cooks. I’m not sure if they created this recipe or found it elsewhere but for purposes of this post, I’ll give credit to them as they introduced me to it!
It’s a super-easy, slow cooker meal and, with a larger roast, great for a big party.
One of my favorite easy-to-make appetizers are skewers! They’re visually appealing, are super quick and easy to make and the variations on flavors are never-ending.
This weekend my neighborhood wine group had a small summer kick-off cookout on Saturday. It had been a busy week so I was looking for something quick and easy to take. I came up with these Greek inspired feta, cucumber and Kalamata olive skewers with Greek dressing for dipping on the side. Assembly for a couple dozen pieces took 5 minutes or less. People commented that they looked fancy/festive yet they were so easy!