Nothing says Fall is in the kitchen air like some good soup. I made an easy butternut squash soup the other night, rendering plenty of leftovers to enjoy for a couple nights after. You don’t have to stick totally to this recipe, like for the seasonings, so feel free to spice it up a little. … More Butternut Squash – So Easy, So Tasty!
For another off-strip adventure, we went to the old strip – Fremont Street. So I guess that isn’t really off-strip, but anyways… Let go of your classy attitude and dive into the dive bars, street music, and strange sights. It’s a fun place to just walk and watch. The enclosed dome ceiling lights up regularly … More Vegas: Off the Strip, Part Two
If you’ve followed my blog for a little while, you know I love Las Vegas. And I love variety in my food, drink, and travel theme. As many times as I’ve been out there, one of my favorite things about Vegas is how many different ways there are to “do Vegas.” We flew out super … More Vegas: Off the Strip, Part One
Ok, this is gonna be a real short one because it’s not about the whole dish, it’s just about one side that was delish. I had to share it with you. I know I’ve previously written of “faux-tatoes” (using cauliflower instead of potatoes for mashed potatoes), but this kicked it up a notch. First, boil … More Cauliflower Ricotta Purée
I couldn’t recall if I’ve written about these in the past, but since they’re so good, I erred on the side of repetition. Hope you don’t mind!! They’re so easy. If you can’t make nachos, you probably don’t read my blog. But this is for the idea of BBQ style nachos if you’ve never tried … More BBQ Pork Nachos