Tilapia with Pesto and Cauliflower Gratin

I have heard some people say they don't like cooking fish because they think it will stink up the house. They think it is hard to make. Well, I am here to prove them wrong. It couldn't be easier and the house smells amazing. I also made a spinach and basil pesto to go with … Continue reading Tilapia with Pesto and Cauliflower Gratin

The B.E.L.T- Bacon, Egg, Lettuce, and Tomato Sandwich

The best thing about a sandwich is there is no right way to make one. You can add anything you like. You can leave off something you don't like. You can take a classic sandwich, like the BLT, and change or enhance it, if you will. The same can be done for the Grilled Cheese. … Continue reading The B.E.L.T- Bacon, Egg, Lettuce, and Tomato Sandwich

Stove Top Lasagna and Bruschetta

Last weekend, I was watching The Kitchen, a show that comes on the Food Network. It is kinda like The Chew, but only comes on Saturdays. Sunny Anderson is one of the TV chef personalities, and she was making this stove top lasagna. It looked so easy and delicious, I thought I would make it … Continue reading Stove Top Lasagna and Bruschetta

Weekly Meal Plan 4/26

Hey guys! Hope you had an awesome week! Mine was long and tedious. Glad the weekend is here. Here is my plan for the week. p.s. still didn't eat those tacos from the last 2 weeks... Those taco shells are just mocking me now... Sat- Stovetop lasagna- recipe soon... Sun- Fish fillets of sorts...better than … Continue reading Weekly Meal Plan 4/26

Puff Pastry Fruit Pies

These were so easy. All I did was defrost some frozen fruit (I used peaches and a berry blend). I used 2 puff pastry shells. I put the fruit in the middle of the puff pasty and enclosed the sides. Then I mixed an egg and gave the outside a good coating of egg wash … Continue reading Puff Pastry Fruit Pies