Fire Roasted Corn and Hatch Chile Stuffed Sole, Wrapped Two Ways: Bacon or Sweet Potato

Fire Roasted Corn and Hatch Chile Stuffed Sole, Wrapped Two Ways: Bacon or Sweet Potato | Cooking On The Weekends

Remember when we made Chilled Cucumber-Basil Soup, and I told you about the numerous (often quirky), culinary phases my husband goes through? Well, there’s a whole new (definitely quirky) phase going on now. Without getting into detail, let’s just say that in addition to a whole lot of pumpkin purée and agave nectar suddenly appearing […]

Cardamom Buttermilk Roasted Chicken and Potatoes with Apple Spiced Brown Rice

Cardamom Buttermilk Roasted Chicken and Potatoes with Apple Spiced Brown Rice | Cooking On The Weekends

It’s that time of year again.  Okay, not quite — but, I’m really in the mood for comfort food, anyway. Let’s be real, there’s never a “wrong” time for a cozy, warmly spiced, super flavorful, one-pot-meal.  And this is one of my (almost) fall favorites. So let’s cook, shall we? by

Pepper Seared Ahi Tuna with Kampot Pepper from the Pepper Project {GIVEAWAY CLOSED}

Pepper Seared Ahi Tuna with Kampot Pepper | Cooking On The Weekends

I ordered a bundle of Kampot pepper from the Pepper Project mid-way through reading about it on one of my favorite food blogs, Blue Kitchen.  Who knows, maybe I’ll inspire you to do so, too — or, at the bottom of this post, you can enter to win a package of this prized pepper from […]

Cinco de Mayo Recipes: Blood Orange Halibut Ceviche Tacos

Blood Orange Halibut Ceviche Tacos | Cooking On The Weekends

This ceviche tastes like the beach. Okay, not literally.  I would never serve you something as salty as the ocean, or as gritty as the sand.  And this is actually quite the opposite — it’s perfectly seasoned and will melt in your mouth. by

Swiss Chard Vegetarian Lasagna Recipe – It’s Not What You’d Think

Vegetarian Chard Lasagna Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

Coming from a family of gardeners, you’d think I’d have a green thumb.   Well, I don’t.  My thumb, if you will, is somewhere between brown and olive green — at best. by

Gluten-Free Quinoa Crusted “Fried” Chicken Recipe

Gluten-Free Quinoa Crusted "Fried" Chicken Recipe  | Cooking On The Weekends

When was the last time you had some finger-lickin’ good fried chicken? I had some last night, and believe it or not (actually, believe it!), it was boneless, skinless chicken with a crunchy, super delicious quinoa crust, that was fried in a small amount of olive oil. by

Meyer Lemon-Red Chard Risotto with Pancetta

Meyer Lemon-Red Chard Risotto with Pancetta | Cooking On The Weekends

You know what’s awesome about risotto? Among other things, you can flavor it any way you desire to suit whatever food craving you might be having.  Once you learn how to make risotto — a technique for cooking Arborio rice — you can throw in whatever delicious ingredients you want, and the rice will soak […]

Grilled Rib Eye Steak Marinated in Asian Spices and Korean Pear

Grilled-Rib-Eye-Steak-Marinated-in-Asian-Spices and Korean Pear | cookingontheweekends.com

You know how different art mediums can be applied in different ways?  For instance, you can apply paint to a canvas in fine strokes with a brush, or use a sponge to add texture.  You can paint on cement to get a rough effect or on silk for something totally different. As you know, food […]

Asian-Style Slaw with Korean Pears

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Everyone’s talking politics, and meanwhile, I’m just over here cooking with my Korean pears. When I introduced you to these beauties from Melissa’s Produce on Monday, it was to tell you how delicious they are and because they will be starring in all my recipes this week. by

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