Homemade pie crust that bakes to flaky, buttery perfection. So easy to make, and the only pie crust recipe you’ll ever need.
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This cheesy breakfast quiche is loaded with delicious vegetables and bacon. The flaky, buttery crust holds up perfectly with the egg filling. It’s great way to use leftover cooked vegetables, and easy to make vegetarian without the bacon.
I recently asked my social media followers for some recipe requests. One of the requests was for more vegetable recipes. I make veggies a good bit, but I’m not so great at remembering to write down the recipes so I remember to blog them. I’ll try to get better at that! I was out to
I made this dish because I wanted something easy to reheat for lunch throughout the week. I don’t have a toaster oven at work, so anything I make for reheating needs to be something that microwaves well. This dish turned out to be great reheated. Sometimes I needed to add a little water to the
I love classic custard and meringue pies, especially lemon meringue and lime meringue pies. This recipe is perfect for summer, but let’s be honest, I make it year-round. The one in the picture is made in my vintage Pyrex fridge dish (approximately 8″ x 6.5″ x 2.5″), but I’ve also made it in a traditional
I had a few apples I needed to use the other day, and I’m a big fan of apple pie. I didn’t have enough for a whole pie, so I decided to make these. They’re smaller than a hand pie, which is why I call them almost bite-sized. Some of the links in this post
I wanted steak yesterday, but I also had guacamole from earlier in the week that needed to be eaten and a tomato that needed to be used. I also had a couple of ¾ pound packages of outside skirt steak in my freezer that I got on mega sale at Wegmans a couple of weeks
Ingredients 6 tomatoes, seeded and cut into quarters 2 cloves garlic, minced ½ large red onion, cut into large chunks (separate each layer into its own piece) 1 jalapeno, de-seeded and diced 1 tbsp kosher salt 1 tbsp cumin Leaves from about ¼ to ½ of a bunch of cilantro Instructions Place everything into a large food