Mother’s Day Mimosa Granita Cocktail Recipe

Mother's Day Mimosa Granita Cocktail Recipe | cookingontheweekends.com

Here’s what I want for Mother’s Day . . . Number one is a given — to be with my mom and my boys.  Second is a perfect cup of coffee (also a given if you know me well), and third is brunch around 11 AM — which will include of the most delectable foods […]

Hazelnut-Orange Granola Recipe

Hazelnut-Orange Granola Recipe | cookingontheweekends.com

So here’s what happened . . . Last week, when I was devouring one of the Roasted Hazelnut-Orange & Chocolate Granola Bars, I couldn’t help but think of how incredibly delicious they would be broken up into small pieces in a pretty bowl, with cold milk, and a cup of coffee on the side, of […]

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

40+ of the Best Citrus Recipes!

30+ Best Citrus Recipes | Cooking On The Weekends

Be it a Pixi tangerine, a Ruby grapefruit, or a big, plump Sumo, I love juicy, sweet, perfectly ripe winter citrus as much as I do a plum pulled right from its tree in the summer. My absolute favorite way to eat citrus is simply peeled and out of hand.  That said, there are so […]

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. Whether you serve this as a stunning first course at dinner, as a light lunch, or perhaps even as a refreshing […]

How to Cut Citrus Segments and Slices: A Photographic Guide

How to Cut Citrus Segments and Slices | Cooking On The Weekends

As much as I love stone fruit and avocados in the summer, I might just love citrus in the winter even more.  And when I eat citrus fruits any way other than straight from the peel, I like to it be cut perfectly — removed from its skin, pith (the white portion that’s just inside […]

Organic Mixed Fruit Box from Melissa’s Produce

Organic Fruit Box From Melissa's

It’s rare these days to get anything other than bills and ads in the (snail) mail. So imagine my delight to find a big box at my doorstep when I arrived home the other day. And now imagine how happy I was to unveil a gorgeous collection of seasonal organic fruits! by

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

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 […]

The Beauty of a Blood Orange

The Beauty of a Blood Orange | Cooking On The Weekends

The skin of a blood orange can be bright orange, red, or orange streaked with soft blush tones. And the outside color is never indicative of the color of their sweet interior. by

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