Tag: tomatoes

Roasted Tomato Caprese Dip
Appetizers

Roasted Tomato Caprese Dip

I made this appetizer for some friends last night and people went crazy over it.  It was gone before it even cooled!  The combination of gooey cheese and buttery pesto, sweet roasted tomatoes and a hint of garlic makes this dish a winner. This wonderful appetizer is as delicious as […]

Acorn Squash Chicken Chili
Dinner, Lunch, Main, Soup

Acorn Squash Chicken Chili

Two of the foods that most represent autumn to me are chili and squash… so why not combine them!  I was making chicken chili over the weekend and roasting squash for two separate things when this thought came upon me.  But how to incorporate squash that was cooked and not in […]

Roasted Spaghetti Squash Bowl
Dinner, Lunch, Main, Vegetables, Vegetarian

Roasted Spaghetti Squash Bowl

Squash is everywhere right now, and I literally mean everywhere!  Between pumpkins for Halloween, gourds to decorate for the fall and the bins full of them at the Farmer’s Market, they’re on overload.  The good news is that this mean you can get them for a great deal!  I picked […]

Mrs. Walton’s Homemade Salsa
Sauces, Vegetarian

Mrs. Walton’s Homemade Salsa

This homemade salsa is a tried and true winner!  It has been passed down from Mrs. Walton, a friend of mine’s mother from friend to friend because it is so easy and delicious.  It never fails to impress and has that restaurant style quality and texture that we all crave […]

Zucchini Noodle Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes
Drinks, Lunch, Main, Vegetarian

Zucchini Noodle Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes

If I had to name the biggest fad in cooking from the last year, it would hands down be the spiralizer.  The options are endless… Everything can be spiralized and cooked or left raw, made into salads, sides or entrées.  Grocery stores are now selling pre-spiralized veggies for a quick […]

Roasted Cherry Tomatoes
Gluten Free, Sides, Vegetables, Vegetarian

Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Tomatoes are my favorite vegetable!  I can eat them cooked, raw and in any variety – although I’m a sucker for the gorgeous heirlooms at the Farmer’s Market in the summer.  I constantly find myself adding them to any and every dish they aren’t already in, in restaurants and in my […]