I LOVE asparagus. Just type asparagus in our search bar and you’ll see all the ways we enjoy it. After eating this dish I might never eat asparagus any other way. Truth be told it’s the dressing that makes this meal. It’s so delicious I want to grab a spoon and slurp it all up. While it is perfectly paired for asparagus it would also be delicious over roasted or grilled veggies, a green salad, pasta, rice and more. Enjoy!
“Why are those people dipping chips in mushy carrots?” This was the question my 5 year old daughter asked me this weekend while we were waiting for our movie to start (we saw the movie Brave – super cute!). I explained that it wasn’t ‘mushy carrots’ but a nacho cheese sauce. She asked if we can have some and before I could reply, Caleb answers with ”No! But she’ll make us some at home.” Gosh, they know me so well!
If you, like many people first fell in love with vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower smothered in a cheese sauce then this recipe is for you. It doesn’t contain any cheese but with this fragrant creamy sauce who needs cheese anyway?
p.s. This is a good recipe to keep handy for your Thanksgiving menu.
This recipe is a ‘sweet’ little dish to have in your recipe box especially during the holidays. It’s simple to make and a little different from the usual potatoes you find on the holiday table.
I used to be a BIG fan of Chinese take out food. When my husband and I were first married we probably got Chinese take out at least 4 times per week. Now it’s been many many many years since we’ve had take out but that doesn’t mean we can’t still indulge in one of my favorite meals – chow mein! This dish has easily become a familiar family favorite.
You know as a grandmother I must provide my grandchildren with treats. I think it’s in the contract somewhere. Providing no sugar vegan treats must have been in the fine print cause I’m not sure how that slipped past me. But, I love my grandchildren and I’ll go to any length to find ways to put smiles on their faces with sweet and fun treats.
I’m a horrible procrastinator. I’ll plan out what recipes I want to make for the week, buy all the necessary items and by the end of the week I’m left with a bunch of produce that is about to go bad because I didn’t make any of the things I planned. That’s usually when I throw everything into a big pot, call it soup and serve it for dinner.
Can you believe that I spent the first 24 years of my life thinking that I hated avocado?! Crazy, right?! Luckily, one fateful night at dinner I ordered an entree that didn’t mention it contained avocado and I was too hungry to send it back so I buckled down and ate it – and thus began my love of avocado. Living in California there is always an abundance of avocados and I’m always looking for fun new ways to add them to my favorite dishes.
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