With fall in full swing and crock pots full of deliciousness on my mind, I decided to re-create one of the most popular recipes from my cookbook, Buffalo Turkey Chili.
This dish is dedicated to my Facebook friends.
A couple of weeks back as I was planning out new recipe ideas for October, I asked my Facebook friends which new recipe they would like to see on LLB and there was an overwhelming response for Red Pepper Chorizo Mac and Cheese.
And I can’t say I blame them, it’s super flavorful cheesy pasta deliciousness, what’s not to love?
Roasted red peppers, good, chorizo, good, mac and cheese, good!
What’s better than a delicious jalapeño popper as a party appetizer? Maybe a jalapeño popper filled with creamy sweet potato, wrapped in bacon and made with only 6 ingredients & one awesome kitchen hack!
For this recipe I partnered up with Fresh & Easy to show you my favorite kitchen hack for removing the seeds from a jalapeño, just before turning it into a jalapeño popper!
Hello Taco Tuesday! What a fabulous weekend I had! One of my best friends came to visit spur-of-the-moment from Arizona and we spent the entire weekend watching football and eating. I mean, does it get any better than that?
Oh yes it does, it gets much better when both of your teams win over their biggest rivals! My Sooners defeated Texas on Saturday… and we celebrated! My Chargers defeated the Raiders on Sunday… and we celebrated some more!
Are you in the market for creamy, cheesy, spicy, goodness, that’s also gluten free and vegetarian? Well, let me introduce you to Jalapeño Popper Spaghetti Squash!
All the goodness of a jalapeño popper tossed with squash!
It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted a new farmers-market-inspired recipe, so I decided that this week I’d share a new, delicious veggie filled dish with ingredients inspired by my latest farmers market finds!
For my annual Superbowl Party this year, I decided to make a taco bar with three different slow cooked meats & one slow cooker full of fajita veggies (for my vegetarian friends!) so that people could make their own tacos anytime during the big game.
For the meats, I knew I wanted a pork, chicken and beef, so I made my famous Chipotle Honey Pulled Pork Tenderloin, Buffalo Chicken & this Pineapple Sriracha Tri Tip.
Is October “National Chili Month” because if it isn’t, I think it should be!
Ok, just verified, Food.com says National Chili Month is October 14th… um what? Wait, isn’t that a day, not a month? I’m a little confused, so I’m just going to use the powers vested in me (AKA my magical imaginary food blogging powers) to pronounce October, National Chili Month!
Yay, there we go, all settled
I didn’t want to run into that problem again this week when I made my Chipotle Stout Chili, so I decided to make this Jalapeño Cheddar Focaccia Bread to dip up all that chili goodness!