A Beginner’s Culinary Herb Garden Guide

Have you ever bought fresh herbs for one specific recipe, only to find yourself disappointed when half the container needs to be thrown out just days later? Or do you ever look at a recipe with four different fresh herbs and think you might as well dine out if you are going to spend $20Continue reading “A Beginner’s Culinary Herb Garden Guide”

Rhubarb Apple Crisp, Perfect For Early Spring!

Why This Rhubarb Apple Crisp Recipe? A warm Fruit Crisp a’ la mode is one of my favorite desserts, especially Rhubarb Apple Crisp. I usually think of a cool fall day and apple picking whenever a crisp is mentioned; but springtime in Minnesota actually brings plenty of cool, dreary days that are reminiscent of fallContinue reading “Rhubarb Apple Crisp, Perfect For Early Spring!”

Wisconsin Cheese Sauce from a Former Lambeau Field Chef

Why This Recipe? This Wisconsin Cheese Sauce recipes has a very deep cheese flavor, and nice subtle background notes. It is great on it’s own or can be used as the base for other recipes such as Beer Cheese Soup, Queso dip, Buffalo Mac and Cheese, or countless other variations. I used this Wisconsin CheeseContinue reading “Wisconsin Cheese Sauce from a Former Lambeau Field Chef”

New Traditions | Crab Boils

I have a young Family and we are just getting going on what our traditions are. My wife and I are not the type to plan out every little detail of how we are going to spend our time, in fact we are just the opposite. We both hate false pretense or situations that feelContinue reading “New Traditions | Crab Boils”

Ricotta Banana Bread Recipe

Ricotta Banana Bread has great flavor and texture. It differs from many other banana bread recipes that call for oil in the batter in that it is less greasy and spongy. Tips on Making Ricotta Banana Bread You will want to use fully ripened bananas for this recipe. Bananas that have plenty of brown spotsContinue reading “Ricotta Banana Bread Recipe”