Shrimp Quesadillas

Shrimp Quesadillas

Heather says: I promise you, that if you can make grilled cheese, you've got these shrimp quesadillas in the bag. In our house as the weather gets warmer we find ourselves reaching for lighter and lighter fare. Shrimp quesadillas are a perfect main dish item for spring and summer. Don't go too heavy on the cheese, allow the shrimp to take center … [Read more...]

Garlic and Soy Chicken Thighs

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Heather says: The humble chicken thigh certainly doesn't get as much attention as its counterpart the boneless skinless chicken breast.  In my area BSCB have been running in the neighborhood of $5 a pound on sale, which makes thighs much more attractive. This recipe is flexible, substitute low sodium soy sauce if you wish.  If you have it on … [Read more...]

Homemade Challah

Heather says: see the end for a note   Michele says: Now that September is nigh, relief from the insanity of summer is in sight.  Kids go back to school, vacations cease, and life gets back to normal until the seemingly just around the corner winter holiday season.  Assuming you're not Jewish, that is.  And if you are Jewish, getting … [Read more...]

Gluten-Free Chicken Marsala

Heather says: Like many people, I love chicken marsala. If you've gone gluten free, no worries, you don't have to leave chicken marsala behind. This version is a simple variation on the classic, all you need is brown rice flour (This is the one I use) to use in place of wheat. I made this for company the other night and it turned out well. I … [Read more...]

Homemade Mayonnaise

Homemade Mayonnaise

Michele says: If you’ve ever made your own creamy salad dressings from scratch, you may have been shocked by the inclusion of up to a cup of store-bought, chemical filled mayonnaise.  Since when does a “from scratch” recipe call for “sauce from a jar”?  Moreover, can a salad dressing, potato salad, or tuna sandwich qualify as “fresh” or … [Read more...]