Posts tagged ‘thyme’

November 9th, 2012

Lemon & Herb Roasted Spaghetti Squash

by Chrissy

Mmm Spaghetti squash. If this isn’t a squash that you have already tried, well, then you are in for a real treat!

But, don’t get confused. This is no replacement for spaghetti pasta. However, you can use it as a substitute, drenched in marinara and tossed with freshly grated Parm.

This season, we are especially loving the citrus & squash combo. It makes for quite the tasty side-dish. We know you will love it too.

When I lived in … Read more...

October 24th, 2012

Caramelized Onion, Prosciutto & Gorgonzola Omelet

by Chrissy

Omelets are pretty cool. Sometimes I try to trick myself into thinking that an egg scramble is just as good, but who would I be fooling.

Omelets are just so much fancier than a disheveled egg scramble. Think about it…a classy omelet on a pristine white place with a few drizzles of hot sauce, versus a caveman hash-like pile of eggs and everything else in the fridge thrown together.

Don’t get me wrong, they are both the tastiest things ever, … Read more...

October 8th, 2012

Sweet Potato Gnocchi & Roasted Butternut Squash

by Chrissy

 

News flash: I actually felt a little chilly sleeping with the fan next to my face, last night. It looks like San Diego might just be giving into the arrival of Fall. Although it was still perfect beach weather, I thought I’d steal this opportunity to make a lovely Autumn dish.

My brother, Mike, was staying with me for the weekend so it was the perfect time to go all Fall “gourmet”. Him and I have the same love … Read more...

June 13th, 2012

Honey-Thyme Roasted Golden Beets

by Chrissy

This.


Plus this.

Equals this. A dinner made of sheer goodness.

A plate of this Cedar Rosemary Salmon, served with a hearty side of Honey-Thyme Roasted Golden Beets will give that coveted Surf and Turf or Filet Mignon, a run for it’s money!

These roasted golden beets are absolutely the perfect mix of sweet and savory. The natural sweet beet flavor, honey, and sherry wine provide the sweet component, while the white wine vinegar, thyme and orange zest … Read more...

May 29th, 2012

Lemon-Thyme Basil Pesto

by Chrissy


I’d like to think that we have a “no basil left behind” motto in our kitchen.

You see, one time last year, we went to TJ’s to grab a few key ingredients for a dinner that we were preparing later that night; there was none to be found. Organic and non-organic basil were both MIA. Obviously, they just had not been restocked, yet.

Obviously not. Let the panic begin. There is simply no suitable substitute for fresh basil. It’s … Read more...