Before I share this super delicious recipe, you should know that I cheated a bit. I did not make my own peanut sauce. Nope. Recovering from two months of bouts of illness has slowed me down, so I made the executive decision to purchase House of Tsang Bangkok Peanut Sauce for this recipe. The saving grace? […] Read more »
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Things have been slow around the Hungry Goddess kitchen. January and February have been filled with bouts of flu and other bizarre health issues that are, fingers crossed, resolving. Meals have been less than glamorous and included lots of soup, saltines, and huge cups of tea paired with Mucinex, cough medicine, and more tissues than […] Read more »
The past few weeks have been flu-filled. Since just after New Year from tummy to head, I have been bombarded. Most of the symptoms are gone, but I am still bone tired and feeling like I need to recover. After losing all sense of taste for over a week, my taste buds have finally recovered and […] Read more »
Since being back home in Delaware, I have been to Harry’s Seafood in Wilmington a few times and, as I wrote this, I realized that each time has been for a birthday! This last time was no exception as we gathered to celebrate my kiddo’s 20th birthday. Yes. 2-0. And enter the befuddlement of where […] Read more »
HAPPY 2017! The New Year has arrived and comes in (as always) on a flurry of resolutions and commitments for healthy eating, time at the gym, and lists of promises. Sometimes this works and sometimes it doesn’t. What if healthy eating wasn’t so hard? What if incorporating super foods into your regular diet becomes a […] Read more »
My soul is omnivorous, but when I belly up to an eye round roast, all I am really interested in is the meat. And the horseradish aioli ( a fancy way of saying super hot horseradish mellowed with a bit of mayo). Since it is officially winter (HOORAY!) and since I like a warm kitchen for […] Read more »
Maple Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Bacon are holiday-worthy for two very important reasons: bacon and bacon drippings. Bacon and celebrations go hand in hand. The holidays are awesome and amazing and delicious and …. stressful and tiring. This recipe not only makes it all better, but rewards you for making it through Thanksgiving (and Black […] Read more »