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Sweet Potato Caramel Walnut Crunch Bread
A Class Favorite. Supper moist and full of
flavor without being too sweet!
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Egg Plant Roll Ups
Lots of prep work, but a huge hit. I usually make a meat version and vegetarian version and freeze several casserole dishes of them. Makes at least two casseroles. This is pretty labor intensive, so I usually double and make 4 to 6 to freeze. Click to view Recipe.
Shrimp & Garden Souffle
I usually make a buttery seafood version and a cheesy veggie version of this recipe and just for fun sometimes I combine it all. Click to view recipe.
Garden Fresh Gazpacho
Peak tomato season inspires me to make this flavorfle cold soup. Don’t waist leftovers use it as a base for a salsa. Click to view recipe
Pecan Cinnamon Rolls
aka: Monkey Bread. These are the best served with the seafood souffle and Mimosas on Christmas morning. Click here for recipe.
Curry cauliflower, fig & chickpea Salad
A good option if you are looking for a warm salad to serve. Good with roasted cashews sprinkled ontop as well! Click here for the recipe.
Strawberry Nasturtium Salad
Peppery Nasturtium leaves and flowers make this salad so fun to serve. Yummy served with the Caramel Balsamic Vinegar Dressing. To view recipe, click here.
Loaded with a mix of savory, sweet and salty. A great summer garden salad. Click here for recipe.
Not sure I have ever taught a class without serving these. They smell so good as they bake. Buttery, yeasty herb rolls. What is wrong with that? Click here to view recipe.
Green Tea, Lavender & Pecan Cookies
Another class favorite. These cookies are not super sweet and with Macha green tea in them, hay, they are actually good for you! With a sophisticated, layered flavor to them, they are great for an afternoon lunch dessert. Really bring them forward with a cream cheese and lemon frosting. To view recipe, click here.
Cauliflower Pear Melt
Great fall time sandwich. The roasted cauliflower brings a nuttiness, while the pear a crisp sweet crunch. To view the recipe, click here.
Cheesy Pancakes – lots of options
The first time we had cheese in our pancakes was at a little dinner in Colorado. Ever since I have experimented with all kinds of variations. My favorite now is Blueberry, walnut, however the one pictured with roasted pears was supper good too! To view the recipe, click here.
Frank n Berry Cocktail
refreshing frozen blueberry cocktail with some zing from gingerbeer. We invented this cocktail to honor one of our wonderful dogs, “A girl named Frank”. Click here to view recipe
Caramel Balsamic Dressing
This is such a wonderful dressing. Best served warm. So yummy on the Strawberry Nasturtium Salad or a Salad with bacon and apple chunks….hell yay! To view recipe, click here.
Green Bean, Pecan, Bacon & Blue Salad
I love fresh green beans from the garden and this salad is my favorite way to eat them. You can switch cheese if you don’t like blue cheese, but it sure is good with it. View recipe here.
Lemon Zucchini Breakfast Bread
A favorite with my class students. The lemon zest makes this sweet bread come alive. Sometimes I will add coconut, blueberries or pecans as well. To view recipe, click here.
Cilantro Lime Slaw
Super yummy as a sandwich condiment. This light and refreshing slaw goes well with all sorts of summer dishes and easy to make. To view the recipe, click here.
Mountain Morning Corn Pudding
My grandmother in Virginia turned me on to corn pudding. This version is much silkier and has more flavor then others I have tried. Maybe it’s the bourbon? To view the recipe, click here.
Best Ever Meatloaf
Comfort Food at it’s best. Super moist and the topping is so delicious. I always make a bunch and freeze them for a quick dinner latter. Always make extra topping sauce…you will want more. To view recipe, click here.
Cheesy Nutmeg Scallop Potatoes
Our favorite side dish recipe for the Holidays. We grow our own potatoes every year and this is the first thing we make from them. Creamy and full of flavor. To view the recipe, click here.
Cheesy Chicken Shells (Veggie version too)
Can you tell I LOVE CHEESE!
This is a class favorite!!! It is not easy to make…as in lots of prep, but you can make 2 or 3 casseroles and freeze them for latter. To view the recipe, Click here.