Crispy Roasted Smashed Potatoes

I’ve been making these potatoes for so many years, I cannot remember if I found it in a recipe book, if it was inspired by a friend, or created based on something I ate out at a restaurant. It’s possible it’s a combo of all the above! I do know that on our honeymoon in…

Savory Chicken Crêpes with White Wine Cream Sauce

My husband loves crêpes. Sweet or savory, chances are if it’s on the menu, he’s ordering it. I had never made a savory crêpe until I adapted this modified version from a recipe I came across on Pinterest. Wow. So flavorful and fairly easy to prepare. The hardest aspect of this recipe is keeping the…

Dirty Snapper in Parchment

If a martini can be dirty & delicious with the addition of olives, why can’t fish? No need to shake or stir – let the steam inside the parchment pouch do the work of infusing the olive flavors into the fish. Snapper in parchment is a dinner host’s best friend. The fish can be completely…

Crêpe Frittata

In this time of staying home, conserving food and getting creative with what we have, sometimes you come across a fantastic combination. Using a couple crêpes as a crust and a small amount of remaining marinara sauce with egg whites, I was able to create a lite yet packed with flavor dish. While my husband…

Coconut Curry Turkey Meatballs

I hate touching raw meat. So when it comes to making meatballs, the dish better be worth it! I can tell you, this dish is worth braving the meatball making process. Plus, baking the meatballs means less mess in the end as well. The spice of the curry, the creamy coconut and the zing of…

Cashew Ginger Crusted Mahi Mahi

Living a mile from the Atlantic Ocean, we are spoiled with fabulous, fresh fish. One of my favorites is Mahi Mahi. Mahi Mahi is a beautiful tropical fish with vibrant yellow, blue & green hues. Being that it is found worldwide, it’s a low-calorie fish with many health benefits, and is mild-tasting with a slight…

Provençal Baked Chicken

Still trying to cling-on to the last flavors of summer? Before the Farmer’s Market summer produce is replaced with their fall harvest, pick the ripe tomatoes & fresh basil to create this simple yet deliciously sophisticated and developed flavored dish. Serve along a side of Garlic Smashed Parmesan Potatoes or  a simple olive oil angel…

Sautéed Summer Halibut

We returned home to Boston today to an absolutely beautiful summer day. Having this be one of the true first summer days in our new Seaport neighborhood, I’m just starting to discover the summer happenings in our new hood. And being that this is a rather new neighborhood itself, new stores and activities are constantly…

Orange-Ginger Halibut

Are you not only in charge of making dinner, but also on clean-up duty? Do yourself a favor and cook dinner “en papillote”, or in parchment paper. Cooking fish in parchment paper is quick, super-flavorful, provides a gourmet-looking meal but with a very minimal clean-up. Plus, it can be prepped ahead, and then thrown in…

Red Wine Balsamic Roasted Beef Tenderloin

Growing up, Roasted Beef Tenderloin was always our family’s go-to special occasion dinner. Christmas, birthdays, Mother’s Day, last day of school… it was our crowd-pleaser dish. My Grandmother, Granny, used to make a delicious tenderloin, which was then inherited by my mother and aunts. Granny was a great cook, and an even more amazing hostess….

Puff Pastry Chicken Sausage

This meal came together based upon what was in the freezer. It’s so easy and so delicious. My husband said it reminded him of his childhood meals, right down to sections of undercooked dough…his favorite as a child! It reminds me of a giant pig-in-a-blanket – still a favorite! 🙂 Ingredients 4 Chicken Sausages 1…

Carrot Ginger Soup

Is there anything more comforting than a hot bowl of soup?  This Carrot Ginger Soup is not only packed with delicious flavor, it’s good for you. So as we’re transitioning from winter into spring (hopefully), this soup is great to serve for both lunch and dinner. This dish can also be made FODMAP friendly by…