I didn’t grow up with many traditions. Since I knew I’d marry my husband the night I met him (true story), I think I was instantly wishful for things that were “ours.” Things we could do or celebrate annually or on some certain schedule so that we could say we’ve always done them. Well, some
Team Chili Potts participates in first-ever chili cook-off in downtown Oshkosh!
You guys, I’ve been cooking. Like, a lot. Which is half way to cooking AND taking beautiful photos. So there. We were loaded up on tomatillos from our crop share and I wanted to make something besides salsa. The Internets brought me to a this recipe – Pork and Tomatillo Stew – from Food &
Truth is, mozzarella cheese was on sale. And when it’s summer and your basil plant in the window is going wild, you pretty much picture this immediately: Classic Caprese (with a Honey Serrano Balsamic twist) What you’ll need: 1 1/2 cups of balsamic vinegar (we used Honey Serrano that we purchased from The Copper Olive)
We invited everyone we knew. Didn’t ask for an RSVP. And guestimated on the food. But, with all of me I can tell you this: It’s exactly the way I wanted it. We held a “We’re Hitched” party, which was quickly renamed #pottsparty, on Saturday afternoon. We invited everyone we knew to a place meaningful
It’s grilling season in the Potts household. There’s already been steaks and lots of veggies, brats and sausages and corn on the cob. This weekend, though, we made some of the best salmon we’ve ever made on our little smokey joe. I should admit that the inspiration for this recipe came from the little recipe
Of course, one of the best parts of going to see Giada in Milwaukee a few weeks ago was the cookbook I got to take home. I have other Giada cookbooks, but I especially like this one. She’d probably be offended to hear me say it, but it’s 30 Minute Meals meets classic Giada. This