October 2013 Archives
Super simple and quite yummy garlic bread.
Split down the top according to the instructions. Brush some garlic oil on top and sprinkle with Romano cheese, fresh herbs and cracked pepper and bake per the instructions.
Let the bread cool for a bit. Slice in half, brush with garlic butter, sprinkle with fresh herbs and Romano cheese. Put under the broiler for a couple of minutes to toast. EASY and delicious!
Phew! This was a labor of love. We honestly plan a day around chillin' and cooking spaghetti & meatballs.
Some things are just better when you take the time and enjoy the process (and a glass or two of wine).
This really is an easy meal, but it's just better when it has a chance to cook slow to let the flavors develop.
Light a fire, open a bottle of wine and enjoy. It's SO worth it!
Happy Sunday foodie friends! With the fall herb harvest in full swing, I've heard a lot of people say that they don't like rosemary.
What? Is my typical response. I usually then continue on and say, rosemary is great in so many things! You're missing out.
After listening to many friends tell me why they don't really like it, I have learned that most people don't like it because they feel it is like eating pine needles.
Here is a very simple way to solve that problem and begin to enjoy this delicious herb!