Tag Archives: breads and sides

Cooking On Easy Street :: Bruschetta

  Mid-August?! Windows open and breeze sweeping through the house?! You bet! Welcome to {Re}visionary Life! We’re in the middle of a Cooking On Easy Street series where I’m sharing a simple, inexpensive meal each Friday this August! Today I’m sharing a favorite that winds up on the menu at least twice a month. ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// I sat […]

Black Bean Burgers on Pretzel Buns

It’s funny how much you can hide by zooming in on your camera’s subject. The small kitchen bursting at the seams with dirty dishes, the 2-year-old bouncing on the dining room chair chanting “Yummy, yummy! Mommy can I touch? Can I eat it? Mommy?! Mommmyyy!!”, the playful smirk on your husband’s face as he tries to humor […]

No Work Bread

This is a great bread recipe that requires little hands on time . . . hence the name: “no work bread.” While little work is involved, much foresight is required. Will you be needing bread tomorrow? Start this right now. It takes 5 minutes to get it going. Walk away and return in roughly 24 […]

Annapolis Recipe Swap: Taffy Apple Dip

Linking up to Annapolis for another recipe swap! I haven’t contributed in a while, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been participating! I’ve still been trying out the recipes that others have been sharing. I found great success {and reason for going to the gym . . . well, at least I thought about going} […]

Recipe 4 of 5: Chicken Schawarma and Naan

I recently discovered these recipes via pinterest . . . I’m becoming hooked on that site along with the rest of the general public . . . and I really enjoyed them so much. While living in Columbia my husband and I frequented a Mediterranean restaurant called Tabouli’s. It has to be my favorite restaurant […]

Recipe 3 of 5: Spinach and Sausage Stromboli

I’ve shared this Stromboli recipe before but with a different filling. This variety has a special place in my heart . . . err, tummy? . . . because it’s one my mom would make often when I was kid. Mmmmmm! Spinach and Sausage Stromboli  Ingredients:   1 C warm water (100 – 110 degrees) […]

Recipe 2 of 5: Angel Buttermilk Biscuits

  The thing that gets me excited about these biscuits is that the uncooked dough really does keep in your fridge for a full week. I made some to go with our taco soup one night (admittedly not the best pairing but still delicious) and only used a portion of the dough. The rest I […]