I took the holiday weekend off from the blog and spent some much needed time with the family. I’m
back and ready to go with a new batch of weekly favorites!
This pasta seems so fresh and light, it’s hard not to stop and drool over the picture! I love a good heavy pasta dish much as anyone, but sometimes a light pasta with spring and summer flavors is just what I need!
Parsley Pesto Spaghetti with Asparagus and Caramelized Spring Onions…. #foodblogger #eat https://t.co/GykgmgbUQa pic.twitter.com/AHNqjZiai4
— Rose Toa (@ross_toa) December 21, 2018
I love to see what people are doing with their menus, and sometimes they can make a great read, to see how the menu comes together and how everything plays off of each other. It may be worth a trip to Brooklyn, just to get that seared duck with cherry glaze!
Our menu for December 31st #Brooklyn #christmas #docwinebar #foodblogger #FoodFantasy #foodie #NYCChristmas #nycfood pic.twitter.com/iNfjWaLNmi
— DOC Winebar Ristorante (@WinebarDoc) December 23, 2018
I have a great stuffed bell peppers recipe using beef and rice. I like at what other people are doing with their recipes and see how they differ from mine. I see some tomatoes in these that would be amazing!
— Natalie Lorrant (@NatalieLorrant) December 19, 2018
I need to use more fresh fruit when I cook. I eat plenty of apples and bananas, but I need to diversify. Figs aren’t typically on my radar, but this just might be enough to get me to change my mind!
— Nadia Melford (@NadiaMelford) December 22, 2018
Lately, we’ve been making more curry dishes than we typically do. It has renewed my curiosity about the different styles of curry around the world. It seems that each culture has it’s own take on it and it’s own variety of spices and vegetables that get blended in.
An undertaking, but well worth the effort. How to make Sri Lankan black pork curry #foodblogger https://t.co/Y5zHYUJI45 pic.twitter.com/Sw8XS1r23V
— tootingmama (@tootingmama) December 21, 2018
It’s funny, this recipe is geared towards getting kids to embrace fish. I don’t think we’re there yet with our kids. My wife and I make fish on occasion, but not as often as we used to. These Asian flavors may be just enough to change that though!
Honey-Hoisin Salmon. When in doubt about how to get kids to embrace fish, head over to the Asian part of your pantry. https://t.co/kig9ulUH5M#recipe #foodblogger pic.twitter.com/aCI7o5c4i1
— Katie Workman | The Mom 100 (@katieworkman100) December 21, 2018