Honey Jalapeño Citrus Salad Recipe

Honey Jalapeño Citrus Salad Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

Okay, so maybe it’s more a stack of citrus, than it is a salad.  Whatever you want to call it, it’s beautiful and bursting with the fresh sweet, tangy flavors of seasonal winter citrus. by

Chocolate-Chipotle Colorado-Style Chili Recipe & my Favorite Mexican Restaurant of all Time: Casa Mia

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On Tuesday nights my dad would go on his weekly Sierra Club hike, I would go to gymnastics practice, and my mom and brother would go to one of the best Mexican restaurants of all time — Casa Mia. by

Vegan Coconut Spiced Carrot Soup Recipe

Vegan Coconut Spiced Carrot Soup Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

People often ask me for restaurant suggestions.  And I always laugh because I have no idea where to send anybody!  (I guess people think I should know since I’m all about food and cooking.  Go figure.) I’d like to say it’s my two young boys that keep me and my husband from getting out much, […]

Lemony Tomato Caper Marinated Mahi Mahi Recipe

Lemony Tomato Caper Marinated Mahi Mahi Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

I don’t know about you, but this time of year is so incredibly busy for me, I feel like I’m just going, going, going — and then going some more! I have to make an effort to slow down, and take time out to enjoy a meal with friends and family.  And there’s no better […]

Spiced Chicken-Butternut Squash “Lasagna” Recipe {Gluten-Free}

December 2-Cinnamon Chicken Butternut Squash Lasagna Recipe

I’m always in search of the perfect lasagna noodles — those that aren’t pasta, that is. I love finding new ways to separate layers of delicious sauce and melting cheese in a unique, gluten-free way.  With two gluten-free eaters in my house, I think this way about a lot of foods I prepare. When cooking […]

Blueberry Balsamic Braised Brisket Recipe

Blueberry Balsamic Braised Brisket Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

There’s a reason blueberries are being called “little blue dynamos.”  Blueberries can enhance much more than a bowl of granola, my friends! These dynamos have a place at breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in-between.  From grilled cheese sandwiches, to sparkling cocktails and cookies — these wonderfully sweet berries, chock full of nutrients, are finding their […]

One Recipe, Ten Cooks, Ten Different Results — Why?

One Recipe, Ten Cooks, Ten Different Results -- Why? | Cooking On The Weekends

When one of my sons complains that the other one is copying him, I always say the same thing: “First of all, it’s a compliment. He thinks what you’re doing is cool. And second, even if he copies what you’re doing, it will turn out differently.” Then I find myself going on to say: “If […]

DAY ONE: IDAHO POTATO HARVEST TOUR & Roasted Poblano Idaho Yukon Gold Potato Soup Recipe

DAY ONE: IDAHO POTATO HARVEST TOUR and Roasted Poblano Roasted Idaho Yukon Gold Potato Soup Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

Scroll to the bottom of this post if you’re in a hurry to get to the recipe — though I hope you’ll take your time to get to know Idaho with me! What do you get when some fantastic folks from the Idaho Potato Commission get together with a small group of food bloggers, food […]

Sweet Red Kapia Pepper Soup Recipe

Sweet Red Kapia Pepper Soup Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

Remember when I said the sweet red pepper sauce I made for the Patagonian Tooth Fish, was so delicious, that I could practically drink it? Well I slightly revised the recipe, poured it into a bowl, and compromised a bit by using a spoon instead of a straw. by

Roasted Cauliflower Basil Soup Recipe

Roasted Cauliflower Basil Soup Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

In some places around the globe you can see the seasons change. From leaves that are stunningly red when the weather cools, to bare trees, to the sun shining through the clouds, and to striking, colorful blooms and intense heat. by

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