How to Use Lemongrass: A Photographic Guide

How to Use Lemongrass-A Photographic Guide | cookingontheweekends.com

If you’ve never tasted anything with lemongrass in it, or taken in its alluring fragrance, I think you’re missing out. Lemongrass is a root that looks much like a scallion and tastes lemony.  Lemongrass has more than the flavor of lemon though — it also has delicious, subtle notes of ginger, lime, and mint. by

Herb-Grilled Elephant Garlic Recipe

Herb-Grilled Elephant Garlic Recipe | cookingontheweekends.com

When my husband goes to the Farmer’s Market, he inevitably comes home with a handful of produce that’s never quite what he’s expecting it to be.  It’s hilarious. I could give you some background on his comical produce identifying history, like the time he complimented the grilled peaches, that were in fact butternut squash — […]

Smoky Hazelnut Crusted Chicken Roulade Recipe

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Who doesn’t love a crispy, juicy breaded piece of chicken!?  (A rhetorical question — I want to think you all love it!) With two gluten-free eaters in my house, I’m always looking for new and creative ways to do this without bread.  I have two super delicious, favorite recipes — the one posted here (obviously), […]

Spicy Quinoa Pesto Bites Recipe

Spicy Quinoa Pesto Bites Recipe | cookingontheweekends.com

As you know, if you’ve been following my recipes for a while, I always try to use the freshest, healthiest ingredients whenever possible.  I taste and experiment with new healthy foods all the time, but they must also be delicious for me to want to cook with them.  Fortunately hundreds of healthy foods are incredibly […]

Bob’s Red Mill Giveaway + Roasted Hazelnut-Orange & Chocolate Granola Bar Recipe {GIVEAWAY CLOSED}

Roasted Hazelnut-Orange Chocolate Granola Bar Recipe | cookingontheweekends.com

If  you want to jump to the bottom of the post to enter the giveaway, I won’t be offended. There are granola bars, and there are Roasted Hazelnut-Orange Chocolate Granola Bars. by

New Year’s Hoppin’ John Black-Eyed Pea-Spinach and Mushroom Gratin Recipe

Black-Eyed Pea-Spinach and Mushroom Gratin Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

It might be a big stretch for me to call this a form of a New Year’s Hoppin’ John dish, but I’m going to anyway. In the South, folks believe that eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s day will bring good luck and prosperity in the new year.  Hoppin’ John is the name of a […]

20 Cool Gifts For Foodies For Under $20 – 2013

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The things on this list fall into two categories — things I have that I love, and things I want to have.  These are great gifts for under $20, for all of the foodies in your life. by

Thanksgiving with Blueberries, Riojas and the Best Trifle Ever!

Thanksgiving with Blueberries and Rioja | Cooking On The Weekends

Why are cranberries the official berry for Thanksgiving?  I don’t know the answer, but what I do know is that blueberries are moving in on that territory.  And with good reason! Last week I was invited to a pre-Thanksgiving feast hosted by Erika Kerekes of In Erika’s Kitchen, sponsored by the US Highbush Blueberry Council […]

Dubliner Panini with Bacon-Blueberry Caramelized Onions

Dubliner Panini with Bacon-Blueberry Caramelized Onions | Cooking On The Weekends

Have you ever won anything?  Anything you absolutely love?  Anything so special, you might not want to share? If you’ve ever sampled Kerrygold products, you probably feel the same way. by

Mesquite Chipotle-Cheddar Potato Muffin Recipe

Mesquite Chipotle-Cheddar Potato Muffin Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

Have you ever used, or heard of Mesquite Flour? I hadn’t until a couple of months ago when a fantastic food blogger, David of Cocoa and Lavender, sent me a bag to sample.  David lives in Arizona, where mesquite flour is readily available.  Mesquite trees grow throughout the Sonoran desert, which covers about two-thirds of […]

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