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Seared scallops over spaghetti squash with crispy leeks

This recipe is great if you’re looking to impress some dinner guests as it gets a lot of oohhhhs and ahhhhhhs for its fancy presenation but won’t have you slaving in the kitchen for a long time. In fact, you can make the spaghetti squash ahead of time (which is what I did) and then […]

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Butternut Squash Soup

Guys, I know I say every recipe I make is easy, but for real…this one takes the cake. 7 ingredients, minimal prep, and then I topped the soup with fried pancetta. Fried. Pancetta. Anything with pancetta tastes good, you know that. This soup can easily be made vegan/vegetarian without the addition of the pancetta. Seriously […]

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From Scratch Pumpkin Pie

I don’t know about you, but anytime I’ve ever made pumpkin pie or had pumpkin pie it was from a can. The thought of making a pumpkin pie from an actual pumpkin was, well, a bit daunting. Would it taste the same? Would it have that characteristic orangey color that we are so accustomed to? […]

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Winter Wonderlamb Voting Sweepstakes & a recipe for Australian Lamb Bolognese

***UPDATE*** Now until December 15th you can vote for your favorite #AussieLambMiami dish from each of the chefs listed below and be entered for a chance to win a $200 gift card redeemable at The Dutch, OTC, Meat Market, L’echon Brasserie, or EDGE Steak and Bar. Great restaurants!! All you have to do is vote, […]

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Whole Roasted Cauliflower with a lemon thyme dressing

Apparently roasting a whole cauliflower head is a trendy thing.  Do an internet search and a million recipes pop up with different sauces and toppings.  Who knew about this and was holding out on me?? After receiving cauliflower for the third straight time in my organic co-op share I was in dire need of a […]

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Farro salad with artichokes, cauliflower, and sun-dried tomatoes

I wish I could say that I was excited for Fall to come, but here in Miami we really don’t understand the concept of the seasons. The only indication that Fall is around the corner is a slight cooling of the air during the evening. When I say “slight”  I mean it’s now 80 degrees […]

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Zucchini parmesan

When it comes to parm, why should chicken and eggplant get all the glory? I happen to love zucchini (and I also received a ton in my organic co-op box) so instead of making my usual, tired zucchini recipes I decided to give this a shot and it worked out wonderfully! I didn’t use breadcrumbs, […]

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