Cape Cod Seafood Boil For Two

Cape Cod Seafood Boil For Two

This Cape Cod Seafood Boil is made to share with a special someone. Seafood boils tend to be made for large crowds, serving huge pots of seafood, potatoes, and fresh corn to picnic tables on end. Today, we’ve tailored this traditional New England recipe to serve two - because nothing’s more romantic than eating shrimp and lobster, dipping the sweet, tender meat in melted butter.

Herb Crusted Chicken One Pan Dinner

Herb Crusted Chicken One Pan Dinner

This meal has layers of flavors AND it’s totally one pan. Yes, there are a few steps, but what good dinner doesn’t take a little time? I think the thing I love about this dish is that you get your protein, carb and vegetables all in one. I really planned this out to make dinner time just a little easier.
Tater Tot Bacon Breakfast Casserole

Tater Tot Bacon Breakfast Casserole

Packed with everything that makes a delicious breakfast: maple breakfast sausage, crispy bacon, eggs, and potatoes in the form of tater tots (and who doesn’t love tater tots!?), this breakfast casserole is a winner in my book. Plus, since the cleanup is almost none existent since we used a non-stick casserole pan, you can get your day started even happier.
Anytime Peach Stuffed French Toast

Anytime Peach Stuffed French Toast

We are firm believers that there shouldn’t be a designated time of the day to enjoy breakfast foods. We love to eat breakfast for dinner all the time. There is always some kind of fruit in the fridge at home, so why not add it to your dinner. We had some extra peaches, so we thought they would go great for making some stuffed French Toast. This is a really great recipe to make if you want something quick and easy. 
Peach Basil Chicken Skillet

Peach Basil Chicken Skillet

This Peach Basil Chicken Skillet cooked in a 10-inch non-stick pan is what dreams are made of: juicy, sweet peaches in a savory sauce of onions and garlic pair so well with chicken breast; and fresh basil from the garden adds not only a pop of flavor, but also great color. Peaches are just coming into the markets locally and they are one of my favorite stone fruits to cook with. You’d think I’d say “bake with” but no, peaches in savory cooking are definitely a favorite because the balance of sweet and savory is what I’m all about.