Buttery, Easy, Scottish Shortbread Cookies

There’s no cookie quite so simple, nor so sublime, as buttery, easy, Scottish Shortbread cookies. When made correctly, they are tender, flaky, and absolutely melt in your mouth. This recipe will teach you how to achieve those results.   Are Scottish Shortbread Cookies A Christmas Tradition? When I was young, shortbread was a Christmas treat. Our […]

Super Simple Grilled Tuna Steak with Avocado, Soy, Ginger and Lime

This recipe for Super Simple Grilled Tuna Steak with Avocado, Soy, Ginger and Lime is so quick and easy to throw together, you can have an awesomely delicious dinner on the table in a flash. And, IF you can afford the price of the tuna you’d need for a few guests, it’s a dish that’s […]

Lunch Lady Tacos with Ground Venison

This post contains a recipe for the freshest, most delicious, least processed crunchy-shelled Venison Tacos you’ll ever have. But first, you’ll need to endure a brief explanation for how they got named Lunch Lady Tacos with Ground Venison. Remember when you were younger, walking into your school cafeteria only to find out that the lunch […]

Music City’s 7th Annual Food + Wine Festival

The Music City Food + Wine Festival  is coming up, September 20-22, 2019. This will be their seventh annual event. Tickets are on sale now at http://www.musiccityfoodandwinefestival.com/tickets . Y’all know how proud I am to live in Nashville, and this year’s event sounds like one NOT to miss! The Food + Wine Festival will be […]

Italian Lemon Almond Olive Oil Cake

The Fresh-Pressed Olive Oil Club sent me three varieties of their olive oil to try. This post contains affiliate links to their product. If you purchase their product, using my link, I earn a small commission.    Ever since I had an Italian Lemon Almond Olive Oil Cake for dessert last year on our anniversary […]

Jeweled Rice with Dried Fruits and Pistachios

Jeweled Rice with Dried Fruits and Pistachios is an Iranian speciality, a rice dish that is often served at wedding banquets, and is known in Farsi as tah dig. Tah means “bottom” and dig means “pot”. Thus, the name of the dish, quite literally, means “bottom of the pot”. This refers to the golden crust that […]