Do you have certain meals that remind you of your childhood? I do. This green chili egg casserole is one of them. My mom would make it for church functions or her non-profit events; and every time she did, I prayed that there would leftovers, because this amazing cheesy casserole was always a treat to wake up to. Over the past few months, my life has been filled to the brim with activities, social events, work, and dealing with my [...]
Ashley gives us a mouthwatering recipe for cognac-pecan skillet brie and teaches us that going camping doesn't mean that you have to forgo great food.
I don't know if I have mentioned this, but my husband and I live with another couple and their baby (it helps when you live in Southern California). The other husband is part Syrian and has made something that he calls "yebret" (Mediterranean Grape Leaf Rolls). He recently made some, but had leftover grape leaves...so I decided to make dolmas. We found a local Greek grocery store that carries grape leaves that are gluten and corn free. I began by placing [...]
Artichokes are such a funny vegetable! They are prickly, hard, stiff, and can be very painful to work with. It takes time to love these vegetables, but hopefully the recipe below will create a love for artichokes so grand that they will become a staple in your fridge. This was sup super tasty that my husband jokingly asked me to make this for him everyday! I love to serve with GF crackers, bread, or EVEN the outer [...]
How have the holidays come and are almost gone? I am totally experiencing the Holiday Blues this year! I started and almost finished the entirety of the show "Parenthood," and became very attached the characters. However, now that the holiday weeks are winding down and I am back into a routine, I wanted to share with all of you some of the things Mary Lee Catering will be doing for 2013: There is now a weekly post going live on [...]