My husband and I are participating in our first farm share which means a slew of new vegetables each week – Yay! With so many veggies, I need to a) use them and b) use them creatively. Now, I’ve have some wins (see below) but I’ve also had some misses, like when I roasted radishes with sugar and cinnamon. Seemed like a good idea at the time but they were too intensely sweet!
For this quick and ultra easy dinner, roasted veggies speaks to me like no other! There’s something about the caramelization of the onion tips that creates a blissful happy dance in my mouth!
I love cooking with onions! They are healthy, great in salads, roasted or sautéed and super easy to regrow! (I will be attempting this very soon!) In the words of Julia Child: “I can’t imagine a world without onions!”
Earlier this year, I posted my Smokehouse Turkey Burger recipe but didn’t get a chance to show off the finished product, which includes…..yep, onions! Just look at those savory morsels!!
When I was seven, my grandfather gave me my first cooking lesson in the kitchen of his Florida home. Surrounded by blood orange trees and the smell just before a big storm, I felt my knife’s stainless steel blade balanced, cold, and right in my hand. He cleared his throat. A sign to watch him.
Beef burgers can be great. But once you try turkey burgers, you’ll be hooked! My turkey burgers recipe is so easy and “large”, you’ll have enough ready-to-make burgers at home whenever the mood strikes! Perfect for those late nights or last minute visitors, they keep well in the freezer to quickly cook when you’re ready! For that glorious topping, jump over to my Chili Sautéed Onions recipe!
We recently bought some ground beef at BJ’s. Since my husband is not a lover of beef, we rarely buy it and as a result have only used it to make tacos! There’s got to be a more sophisticated option! Just a quick search on Pinterest and I came across this delicious recipe for sweet and spicy Korean Beef. I’ve adapted the recipe slightly from Six Sisters’ Stuff.