Rosemary & Dijon Mustard Roasted White Sweet Potatoes

I first discovered white sweet potatoes when I purchased them by mistake, intending to buy the usual orange ones. White sweet potatoes are slightly less sweet than their more common counterparts, and have a nice, creamy texture. The rosemary and mustard in this recipe compliment their flavor perfectly! Rosemary & Dijon Mustard Roasted White Sweet Potatoes…

Irish Potato Soup

This a traditional (and very simple) Irish potato soup. Some recipes call for leeks, but I am not a fan. This soup only calls for a handful of basic ingredients, so it’s a perfect go-to when you haven’t yet done the grocery shopping! I served it as a started to my St. Patrick’s Day dinner…

The Best Rice Pudding

Store bought rice pudding can’t compare to warm, homemade pudding. And this sweet, creamy treat could not be simpler to make- you literally just mix everything together and pop it in the oven! Enjoy!  The Best Rice Pudding Serves: 6-8 2 c. cooked rice 1 1/2 c. sugar 1/4 c. melted margarine 1/2 tsp. salt…

Easy Jambalaya 

In honor of Mardi Gras, and because I love all things New Orleans, I decided to try my hand at making this classic spicy rice dish. I would say I’m a fairly adventurous cook, but some things still intimidate me, and jambalaya had always been one of them… until I started comparing recipes and realized…

Pigs in a Blanket (Stuffed Cabbage Rolls)

These are a staple in our family. Nan makes them anytime my uncle George comes home to visit from Maine, every Christmas Eve, and a few other occasions throughout the year. I’m sure some of you may have had similar recipes, but Nan’s are the best! (Sorry not sorry 😎)… and we call them Pigs…

Pecan Topped Smashed Sweet Potatoes

I love sweet potatoes! They’re so good… and good for you! Well, maybe not when you prepare them like this… but hey, you can’t be good all the time, where’s the fun in that? 😉 These are sweet and crunchy and oh so worth the calories! I like to use an old fashioned hand masher…