Sorrel and Basil Pesto: Easy use of garden herbs
Sorrel and basil are combined with the usual pesto ingredients to create a delicious sauce. Instead of pine nuts, walnuts are used. This pesto is great for tossing into pasta or spread on bread for a sandwich.
Bourbon & Orange Cranberry Sauce
This remix on cranberry sauce includes very southern ingredients such as Kentucky bourbon, sorghum, and brown sugar.
This asparagus pesto is vibrant, healthy, and best of all, fresh. Toss this bright sauce in pasta or use as a topping for appetizers. No Basil? No problem. If you’re like me, you may be most familiar with (and slightly addicted to) the classic basil pesto. Classic basil pesto is also called Pesto alla Genovese. It includes a combination of basil, pine nuts, Parmesan cheese, garlic, and olive oil. I recently learned that classic basil pesto is most traditionally made using a mortar and pestle. This sent me down a rabbit hole of pesto history that will definitely be shared in an upcoming post. As for this asparagus pesto recipe,…
This recipe incorporates blueberries, sugar, lemon juice and water to make a slightly sweet syrup. This topping is perfect for pancakes, waffles, yogurt, or even ice cream! Weekend Breakfast During the week, my son usually eats breakfast at daycare. I try my best to stick to his daily routines on the weekends- including his meal times. Therefore, I look forward to cooking us up a fun breakfast each Saturday and Sunday morning. I found out from his teacher that he loves blueberries. So, this weekend I made a blueberry sauce to top his favorite breakfast food…pancakes. The Sauce Making a blueberry sauce is quick and easy to do. This recipe…