Sausage, Egg, & Cheese Breakfast Casserole

Sausage, Egg, & Cheese Breakfast Casserole

Have you ever heard somebody who doesn’t work in an office environment say that they could never work in one? I get that. My cubicle isn’t very glamorous. Excel spreadsheets don’t bring new and exciting adventures on a daily basis. The ringer on my desk phone is irritating and I don’t know how to pick … Continue reading

Foodtography Friday: Battle Wounds

Foodtography Friday: Battle Wounds

When you really truly love something, you make yourself vulnerable to getting hurt. Badly. A perfect example of this is bacon. I love bacon with my whole heart. But every once in awhile, it just explodes on me. The burns and scars were totally worth it though. These bacon wrapped drumsticks were so tasty! I’ll … Continue reading

Broiled Salmon with Dijon Dill Sauce

Broiled Salmon with Dijon Dill Sauce

Guys, there is nothing wrong with taking shortcuts. Take this fantastic seafood feast that I [mostly] cooked for Yuseff and me one night. First,  I heated up some ready made Lobster bisque from the frozen seafood aisle, sliced some bakery-fresh sourdough bread, and served it as the first course to Stuffed Clams, that I got from … Continue reading

Dijon Lamb

Dijon Lamb

On Monday, I posted a recipe for Italian Lamb Chops, which I got from my stolen Betty Crocker Cookbook. I decided to post the second lamb recipe from ol’ Betty today since I was so impressed with how they both turned out. This recipe has the added bonus of being ridiculously easy. This is definately … Continue reading

Italian Lamb Chops

Italian Lamb Chops

In 2008, I got my first apartment and my mom did what so many mom’s do on such momentus occasions. She gave me her extra pots and pans, ladles, hand mixer, blankets, half of her stockpile of Costco toilet paper, and all kinds of other good things. And apparently, that wasn’t enough for me because … Continue reading

Secret Family Recipe: Pickle Dip

Secret Family Recipe: Pickle Dip

I feel like everybody has a snack that makes them feel right at home. For me that snack is Pickle Dip. The first time my mom ever made it for me, we were on a little family weekend getaway in Deep Creek, Maryland. My sister and I devoured it. Since then, it’s become a favorite … Continue reading