Fresh Mozzarella Watermelon Salad is a delicious way to enjoy a few of your favorite flavors of summer! I'm so excited! This is the first recipe I have created & shared with you after our move to Chattanooga! We are officially back home after 4 years of dental school in . . .
I know everyone is in the midst of trying to make their new years resolutions a reality & as a food blogger I should be trying to help you achieve your goals. But I figured since I only share vegetarian food on here I can get away with this Caprese Garlic Bread being . . .
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 . . .
Yesterday was one of those days that you never want to happen. Over the weekend my car started to make some noise and I was told it might be the wheel bearing. So I took it in to get checked out and I soon discovered that my car had a long list of problems - I knew this was going to happen . . .
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 . . .
My husband and I love italian food which is probably why there are more italian recipes on this website than any other food genre. Like any good italian restaurant, mozzarella sticks (or bites) are always on the menu and a sure fire way to make new friends at a . . .
I love ricotta cheese, and I especially love Herbed Ricotta Cheese. This recipe makes 1 cup of delicious Herbed Ricotta Cheese that can be used in a variety of ways, for lasagna, stuffed into shells, rolled up in zucchini, or in homemade ravioli. What you’ll . . .
These Cherry Tomato Caprese Bites are the perfect go-to recipe to fancy up any italian dinner. They can be served as finger food or with toothpicks as horderves to wet the appetites of your guests - or special someone - before your meal. What you'll need: Fresh Cherry . . .