Recipe: Onion Thyme Dip

You know that onion dip that you can make by mixing a soup seasoning packet into a tub of sour cream? I have fond nostalgic memories of that and I think it was one of the first things that my parents had allowed me to cook as a kid. But now that I’m grown up,…

Recipe: Cardamom Pistachio Pear Cake

Is it just me or are a lot of cooking and recipe videos floating around social media really annoying and obnoxious? I know music is copyrighted and there’s a limited pool of free-use songs, but it seems like everyone picks the same obnoxious song. Since I couldn’t really find the cooking videos that I liked…

Recipe: Savory Cheddar Corn Waffles

Move over avocado toast, because avocado waffles are way more delicious! Recently, I splurged and got myself a mini-waffle iron. It was $10, so it was pretty hard to pass up. Sweet waffles for breakfast are fantastic, but savory waffles for lunch or dinner are even better. There is a small bit of sugar in…

Recipe: Corn and Cheese Muffins.

Muffins are normally thought of as something sweet, more than likely with fruit and is great for breakfast or as a quick snack. Well, for those of you who want a savory muffin, I have a recipe for you! What inspired me for this recipe is the fact that when you search for a corn…

Recipe: Sweet Potato Cake with Cranberry Orange Relish.

Christmas has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that holiday baking has to be over – especially since winter JUST started. For me, holiday type of baked treats don’t stop coming out of my kitchen until late January. Most things that are branded as “for the holidays” are spiced with cinnamon, cloves, and all…

Recipe: Layered Apple Cinnamon Coffee Cake

It’s fall y’all! And that means time for apples and pumpkin and warm spices like cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. I will admit that I am a fanatic for the apple cinnamon combination. So when my coworker gave me some Braeburn apples from his tree and asked me to do something with it so he could…

Recipe: Peanut Butter Streusel Coffee Cake

When I was in elementary school, I remember sometimes getting breakfasts on campus instead of eating something at home. Back then, it was only $0.35 for a filling breakfast with milk. My favorite breakfast of all would be a coffee cake that they served with a peanut butter streusel topping. It was a little bit…

Cooking Tip: Hot Pepper in Your Eye.

The other day, I bought a lot of fresh jalapenos…I only needed one for a recipe, but my grocery store was selling two pounds of them for about $1.75 – which is an awesome deal! With the rest that I wasn’t going to use fresh, I decided to pickle them. I did the smart thing…

Recipe: Fruit Preserves Cake

When I come up with different recipes, they’re usually jotted down on a piece of paper that floats around my kitchen and office space with numerous edits scrawled on it…Until I get the recipe right and transfer it to another piece of paper that floats around for a bit until I file it away in…