Refreshing Hummus Recipe

Using this recipe, you can make hummus of various flavors. This hummus is something I make often and use for dipping as well as simple healthy sandwiches. I made a delicious sprout and hummus sandwich this time. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it? What are you waiting for? Grab some ingredients now! Despite not being cheesy, buttery,… Continue reading Refreshing Hummus Recipe

Butter Drop Biscuits

Hello, blogosphere. It’s me again. How are you? No. It’s OK; I’m used to talking to myself. I love biscuits with a capital L. Let’s face it, who does not enjoy biscuits? My trust in you is based on your love of biscuits. Definitely. “America’s Test Kitchen The TV Companion Cookbook 2009” provides the recipe… Continue reading Butter Drop Biscuits

Pumpkin Pie Muffin Recipe

On Halloween, the Irish carved turnips into jack-o-lanterns instead of pumpkins. This was something I heard on the History channel. My least favorite ingredient is pumpkin. It’s not that I dislike it; it’s just that I don’t love it. However, I have been experimenting more with pumpkin lately, and this made me eager to make… Continue reading Pumpkin Pie Muffin Recipe

A Healthy Shrimp Roll Recipe

Janet selected the recipe this week, and her choice was a Lobster Roll. The only thing that says summer to me is excellent seafood, or more specifically, shellfish. Shellfish is my favorite food – shrimp, lobster, mussels, and my famous littleneck clam. I’ll eat it all, no matter what form you prepare it in. This… Continue reading A Healthy Shrimp Roll Recipe

A NY Style Breakfast

This week it was my turn to pick something for my family, and I chose a New York Breakfast. Like the recipe author, I grew up in New York (I may have mentioned that a bazillion times on this blog already), and thus I grew up eating lots of bagels with cream cheese and various… Continue reading A NY Style Breakfast

A Brownie Tribute

The brownies are a tribute to Audrey Hepburn. There is nothing better than them. I love these brownies because they are rich and chocolaty, moist, fudgy, and just a bit gooey. Almost no flour is used, and there is no rising agent, so they are thin and dense. The calories and fat are worth it.… Continue reading A Brownie Tribute