Honey Glazed-Baby Kiwi Mascarpone Cheesecake Recipe

Honey Glazed-Baby Kiwi Mascarpone Cheesecake- Baby Kiwi! | Cooking On The Weekends

Would you agree that good things come in small packages?  I do.  After all, the average height in my family is 5’3.” Seriously though, we typically associate “little” with “cute.”  Think about it . . . babies, puppies, kittens, doll house furniture, New Zealand Kiwiberries — wait, what!? Yup, you read right — New Zealand […]

16 Delicious Potato Recipes for Potato Lovers’ Month

16 Delicious Potato Recipes for Potato Lovers' Month | Cooking On The Weekends

We must celebrate potatoes before February is over. It’s not like we don’t enjoy potatoes all the time, but you see, February is Potato Lovers’ Month! Potatoes are a quintessential ingredient in almost any comfort food dish.  And why wouldn’t they be?  Pulled from the earth, they’re warming, buttery, creamy, and hearty. by

Perfect Pulled Pork Recipe . . . in a Taco with Pickled Tomatoes

Perfect Pulled Pork . . . in a Taco with Pickled Tomatoes | Cooking On The Weekends

Flying to another country to see a best friend you haven’t seen for years — that takes a long time, but when the plane lands, the excitement is overwhelming. Sleeping through the night before your birthday or Christmas when you’re a kid — that feels like forever, but in the morning you’re beside yourself with […]

Pickled Tomatoes

Pickled Tomatoes | Cooking On The Weekends

Trends in the culinary world change the same way they do in the fashion world, the design world, and I’m sure in a plethora of other “worlds.” One minute you’re in a platform shoe, and the next minute you’re shopping for flats.  One minute you’re hanging out in a living room with shag carpet, and […]

Cranberry Oat Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Cranberry Oat Chocolate Chip Cookies | Cooking On The Weekends

I think I have a problem.  I think it’s a good problem, though. As soon as I hear good (or bad — but hopefully not!), news about a friend or family member, I’m immediately thinking about what kind of cookies I’ll make them. Seriously, someone could be mid-sentence telling me whatever the news is, and […]

Introducing Sumo Citrus

Introducing Sumo Tangerines | Cooking On The Weekends

Sumo Citrus has a thick, bumpy, often dirty rind and a funny knob on top — however, you should never judge citrus by its skin. You see beneath the seemingly tough rind, is a seedless, delicate, unbelievably juicy fruit — and it’s quite possibly the sweetest citrus I’ve ever tasted. by

Curried Tomato-Potato Soup Recipe

Curried Tomato-Potato Soup | Cooking On The Weekends

Doesn’t this bowl of soup make you want to curl up with a soft blanket on the couch? After a whole lot of Valentine’s Day chocolate  yesterday, I’m ready for some comfort food — in the form of a warmly spiced, slightly spicy, and incredibly creamy soup. Are you with me? by

Seville Orange-Key Lime Pie with Cardamom Crust

Seville Orange-Key Lime Pie with Cardamom Crust | Cooking On The Weekends

I know it’s likely we’re all thinking about Valentine’s Day chocolates, however I couldn’t wait another moment before sharing this recipe because Seville Oranges are in season right now. Never having tried one, I was so happy Melissa’s Produce sent me Seville Oranges for recipe testing — they are not like any orange I’ve tasted […]

Valentine’s Day Chocolate Recipes – 2013!

Valentine's Day Chocolate | Cooking On The Weekends

Maybe we should just break down and call February 14th Chocolate Day — don’t you think!? Let’s be real, are we celebrating love or chocolate? These are some of my favorite, beautiful chocolate treats I’ve created since my Valentine’s Day Chocolate 2012 post.  They’re pictured above and the recipes are linked to their titles below […]

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