When I saw this recipe on Kevin’s Closet Cooking, I couldn’t wait to make it! What’s not to love about crisp, tender grilled asparagus with a delicious tangy Caesar dressing drizzled on top along with some homemade croutons, freshly cracked black pepper, and tons of freshly shaved parmesan? I adapted this recipe a bit by
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Click here for this weeks contribution to Parade’s Community Table ~ 25 Recipes That Make Asparagus Shine I love asparagus and we eat it a lot in my house. I try to switch up recipes for asparagus often so my children don’t get bored with it. My son especially loves it with lemon and feta while
I was making a rich pork dish for dinner and wanted a nice light salad to pair it with so I went in search of inspiration online and found a salad on Proud Italian Cook that looked wonderful. I loosely kept the recipe the same but didn’t have goat cheese so I left it out
Wouldn’t you know it, I got sick on Mother’s Day weekend with a terrible cold. Thankfully my family took great care of me. I haven’t felt much like eating until today when I woke up craving eggs with bacon. I decided to make soft boiled eggs, which are my favorite when I don’t feel well.
I made this quiche yesterday morning after cleaning out my refrigerator. I had a pie crust that was nearly expired, a couple pieces of bacon, a few spears of asparagus, a handful of mushrooms, and little chunks of gruyere cheese and fontina cheese leftover from other recipes. I grabbed some eggs and milk and tossed
I am not sure why but my family absolutely LOVES all things pickled. Whether it’s regular dill pickles, bread & butter pickles, or pickled veggies – we love them all! We had a camping trip coming up so I decided to make a quick batch of refrigerator spicy asparagus spears to take with us. My
I wanted a simple side dish to pair with the Spicy Asian Noodle Salad and the Garlic-Lime Shrimp Cooked on a Himalayan Salt Plate that I was making for dinner. I tossed the asparagus spears in some sesame oil and seasoned them lightly before cooking them in my grill pan until crisp-tender. I served the asparagus spears
I have a confession to make… we ate this asparagus with our fingers. Yep, we ate these delicious asparagus spears with our hands and dipped them in the tastiest lemon-garlic aioli for dinner last night, and I don’t feel guilty about it. I served this new favorite side dish with some pan roasted chicken thighs (recipe to post
It’s no secret that I love making quiche because they are terrific for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. I love how easy they are to make, especially if you use a store bought pie crust, and they don’t dirty a lot of dishes. Making quiche is also a fantastic way use up leftover meats, cheese, and veggies
This asparagus caprese salad was a delicious side dish that reminded me of warm summer days even though it’s cold and rainy outside. I was making a baked chicken thigh recipe for dinner and wanted something light and tasty to serve on the side. I ran across this recipe on Aberdeen’s Kitchen that looked fresh,
I loved everything about this salad. The tender and juicy grilled asparagus and tomatoes, crisp halloumi, and a mix of arugula and spinach tossed with a tangy vinaigrette. It was hearty, healthy, and so delicious. I made this salad for lunch yesterday and found myself slowing down so I could really enjoy every bite. I
When I saw this recipe on Cafe Delites, I knew I had to make it. What’s not to love? My favorite vegetable and browned butter combined. YUM! The combination of tender roasted asparagus with the salty Parmesan cheese, the tangy hint of lemon, and the nutty browned butter is fantastic. It takes asparagus to a
Oh how I loved these tasty little bundles. What’s not to love about pancetta wrapped around asparagus spears with melted Gruyere and a bit of truffle salt? YUM! I paired these delicious bundles with steak and potatoes the other evening and we all enjoyed them. The bacon and Gruyere made the asparagus much more tasty for my
This salad was a way for me to use up a little leftover asparagus I had on hand. I blanched the spears for a minute then plunged them into ice water to preserve the green color and to stop the cooking process. I tossed the asparagus with halved yellow and red cherry tomatoes, some diced
I was making a Tuscan-Style chicken dinner and decided to look for a tasty side dish to pair with it. I found this recipe on Taste of Home that looked perfect. I love roasted asparagus and tomatoes together so I figured they would be even tastier topped with Parmesan, toasted pine nuts, and fresh lemon juice.