If you have been keeping up with Domestically Blissful on Instagram or if you saw last Thursday's recipe for Watermelon Syrup then you know that this last weekend was the World's Longest Yard Sale! I hadn't been to the yard sale since the summer before we got married - 2011 - and I . . .
Before I get to the mouth watering Caprese Breakfast Sandwich I thought I would share with you a little bit from our fun Ohio adventure. As a child my husband grew up visiting his grandparents at their Ohio farm every summer and spending a few weeks with them. Before we were married I had . . .
Here it is - the Mezzaluna Garden Soup! I promised last week that I would share this Mezzaluna Garden Soup recipe with you and even though we are still trying to enjoy every last moment, of our last few days of summer, before he heads back to school, I knew I couldn't . . .
Correct proportions when cooking can be very difficult. When Roger and I were first married I could't seem to make a meal for just two people, I was always making enough for four sometimes six people. Over the last two years quantity control is something I have worked hard at but even . . .
I love Spring! The smell of fresh cut green grass - Roger is outside mowing right now - blooming flowers, and warm sunshine. Even though spring does come with its downsides, like horrible allergies, and the threat of tornados, it is just so nice to be done with winter and onto the . . .
There is a special place in my heart for sweet potato gnocchi and I have been looking forward to sharing this recipe with you ever since I gave you that sneak peak on Instagram last week. One of my favorite ways to eat sweet potato gnocchi is when it is . . .
Caprese’s are probably one of my favorite types of (unhealthy) salads! They combine some of my favorite ingredients, cheese (mozzarella to be specific) tomatoes, basil, and balsamic vinegar. The only way to make this dish even better, & slightly unhealthier, is by . . .
For a little while I have wanted to make ravioli but honestly, I haven’t felt like making pasta dough – which is a lame excuse because homemade pasta is pretty simple to make. The real problem is that I usually decide I want homemade ravioli about ten minutes before I start making supper. . . .
Growing up Friday nights during the winter were soup nights at my parents house, ironically, enough my husband grew up with the same tradition. During our 1 ½ + years of marriage we have carried this tradition out pretty faithfully… To the point that we even sometimes – actually . . .
Tofu is something that can be very scary or extremely delicious! This Crispy Asian Tofu is similar to the Crispy Tofu that I made for you last year, but instead of crisping the actual tofu this Crispy Asian Tofu has a crispy crust! My husband and I love making . . .