This was a recipe that had foods I wasn’t sure my family would like, all put together. The Fudgelet is sometimes funny about lemon, and he hasn’t had much in the way of nuts. Then K doesn’t enjoy kale. At all. But, I also want to make sure that the Fudgelet gets a variety of foods since even if K or I don’t like something, he might. I have tried cooking regular kale for K before, but never this type and I thought it might be better for him since part of his issue with kale is the curly texture. This is smoother and seemed closer to spinach.
What do you think they thought?
Posted in Entree, Italian, Vegetables
- Tagged fudging ahead, fudgingahead, gremolata, Italian, kale, lemon, lemon zest, pasta, sausage, walnut gremolata, walnuts
Before I get to the recipe, I just have to share the funny coincidence. I am writing this on April 28, I made it March 28, and I am posting it May 28. Now, to today’s simple recipe…
Posted in Entree, Vegetables
- Tagged anise, dinner, fennel, fudging ahead, fudgingahead, onion, peppers, roasted, sausage, sheet dinner
This recipe comes from February. I came across a recipe for chicken and dumplings that looked interesting. When I went back on my blog to look at the recipe I made before, well, I realized I must have never written about it. I can’t find it! Oops. I definitely made it well over a year ago, so it’s not like I just haven’t caught up to it, I just skipped it, I guess. Well, I had mostly followed a recipe so I looked at it to compare to the new one. I ended up making my own version that we really enjoyed.
If you’ve been trying to be healthy for the new year, this could be a good recipe for you. It was satisfying but full of vegetables and not full of the foods we should eat in moderation. With a bit of couscous and meatballs, along with some tasty seasoning, this dish is easy and yet so tasty! We all liked it and it is perfect for a cold day or even a warm day since it doesn’t need the oven.
Posted in Beef, Entree, Quick, Soup, Vegetables
- Tagged cilantro, cumin, fudging ahead, fudgingahead, meatball, meatball soup, moroccan, soup
I know, here I go again sharing a grilled recipe during winter. But, there are a few things to point out. First, it was originally an oven recipe and you could still make them that way. Two, it was a big hit with K and since today is our 10 year dating anniversary, I wanted to share something that reminded me of him. I’m always proud of myself when I can make something savory, especially a vegetable dish, that he really likes.