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. Fortunately my family lives close by, and I have wonderful neighbors, who all have bright green thumbs, and they invite me in to “shop” […]

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 Coffee Balsamic Flank Steak Recipe

Grilled Coffee Balsamic Flank Steak | Cooking On The Weekends www.cookingontheweekends.com

I love coffee. I love a perfect cup in the morning. I love it in my ice cream pie, and in my cookies. And now, I love it on my steak! Both the marinade and the sauce in the recipe are filled with the aromatic, deep, rich flavors of coffee.  Add a touch of sweetness […]

Chipotle-Potato Mexican Lasagna Recipe {Gluten-Free}

Chipotle-Potato Mexican Lasagna Recipe {Gluten-Free} | www.cookingontheweekends.com

It’s the pretty celadon green casserole dish in these images that inspired this recipe. Though this isn’t typically how I create recipes, I love when it happens.  Normally I select the dish, pan, plates, etc.,  based on what I’ve cooked or want to cook.  Not the other way around. My mother-in-law gave me this lovely […]

Simple Honey-Lemon Roasted Chicken

Simple Honey-Lemon Roasted Chicken | Cooking On The Weekends

The other day a friend asked if my recipes are “involved.” “Why yes,” I said.  “I like to make a day of it.”  It’s totally true for me  — the longer the cooking project the better.  However, I don’t always have the time, and I realize that this certainly isn’t the case for everyone.  So […]

Ancho Chile-Red Wine and Grape Roasted Chicken and Quinoa

Ancho Chile-Red Wine Grape Roasted Chicken and Quinoa on http://cookingontheweekends.com #chickenrecipes

Many of the recipes I create come from my own food cravings. I woke up a few weeks ago in need of a warm, cozy comfort food meal.  And not for breakfast — but for that evening. I wanted something with rich, bold, warming flavors. And I wanted to make a project of it, because for me, […]

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 […]

Sherried Wild Mushrooms with Creamy Parmesan Polenta

November 1-Wild Mushroom Polenta

I am really and truly not a food snob, unless . . . .  you want me to eat “fake” meat.  Morning Strips?  No thank you. “Chickin’? No thank you. Maybe this is unfair of me since I’m not a vegetarian and enjoy nothing more that braised short ribs on a cool, winter day.  And […]

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