We do lots of fun meals that can be customized for each member of the family – pizza and okonomiyaki are two of our faves.
We finally got the kids to try sushi by taking them to a rotary sushi bar, with the cool conveyor belt rolling tons of different types of sushi past our table. I hate to be the parent who uses gimmicks to get their kids to try new things, but honestly, I’m just so happy that we can all go out for sushi. I’m willing to own up to the bribe. They liked it so much that they wanted to have sushi more often, so we started to DIY. Continue reading →
Do you remember when the first grape and cherry tomatoes came off the vine? We gleefully popped them in our mouths by the dozen, savoring the sweet, juicy wonderfulness. After awhile, though, the allure wore off. Now, we have 50 of these suckers ripening each day. I needed something to do with them.
The sweetness of the grape/cherry tomatoes is perfect for soup – no need to add any sugar to the mix. This soup is a lovely way to transition from summer to fall. Continue reading →
This slow cooker recipe is a nice change from the standard carrots/onions/potatoes pot roast. It’s so simple and delicious. Serve with tzatziki, tomatoes, and warm pita bread for the perfect week-night dinner. Continue reading →
This cool, creamy concoction is a great way to make use of all of those cucumbers that are coming off the vine right now. Use it as a sauce or a dip – it’s delicious on crackers, chips, raw vegetables, and gyros. And on lots of other things, too! Continue reading →
I made these for my dad’s birthday. He’s a huge lemon fan. He loves lemon meringue pie, but I’m afraid of trying to compete with his memories of my grandma’s pies. These cookies are much simpler because you don’t have to worry about pie crusts. The tart lemon curd works perfectly with the sweet, airy meringue cups. Continue reading →