Last week I made these tasty biscuits and I would 100% make them again. My family isn’t big on cheese, so we always seem to have random bags of cheese left over from various cooking projects (of mine mostly!). So, instead of going with just mozzarella cheese, I used anything I could find in the […]
It doesn’t get much easier or more summer-y than this. I used home grown Jersey for this fun recipe and substituted tortellini for the pasta shells. MmmHHHHMMMM. Make your own with the recipe brought to you by the Faux Martha.
MMMMMMMM. This tastiness is brought to you by the culinary imaginations of my bestfriend and myself. We bought some frozen dough, steamed some broccoli and onions, and made our very own Alfredo sauce. We found the recipe at Mel’s Kitchen Cafe. Overall, it was very delicious. The sauce is a dangerous level of creamy… you […]
You know those ahhhhh-mazing biscuits at Red Lobster that you want to eat even more than the meal that your ordered and paid for? Yeah… here is the DIY version. You’re welcome. Mine weren’t quite as lightly and fluffy as I had hoped, but I am guessing that is because I used whole wheat flour. […]
… is a wonderful thing. Here are two of my favorite recipes for when you are lucky enough to have chickpeas on hand. Both are tried, tested, and approved by my family. =] 1. Angela Hartnett’s cauliflower and chickpea curry recipe published by the Guardian 2. Chickpea Indian Bowl, brought to you by The Faux […]
This made an awesome dinner… I think all it needed was more pepper, and maybe some salsa or bacon. Check out the recipe at Savory Lotus.
Mmmm. Last week, my best friend and I made quesadillas. Result: AMAZING. We used tortillas, cheese, chicken, peppers, and onions. We seasoned the chicken with salt, pepper, and oregano. We sauted the veggies separately with some chili flakes, pepper, and curry powder. Then, assembled the quesadilla… first with cheese, veggies, chicken, and then more cheese! […]