Roasted Potato and Kale Frittata: A Guest Post for Eating Rules

Roasted Potato and Kale Frittata

Good morning, my dear Rhubarb and Honey readers! As part of my October #Unprocessed journey, I’m guest posting over at Andrew Wilder’s Eating Rules … which means you should head on over to see what I have to say. You’ll also get the recipe for my new favorite breakfast dish — this roasted potato and {read more}

Easy Grape Focaccia #BreadBakers

Easy Grape Focaccia

Another food blog challenge … another recipe I can check off of my list of 100 recipes I’ve always wanted to make … focaccia! When this month’s #BreadBakers theme — grapes — was posted, I knew I was going to make grape focaccia. When I told The Chef I was going to make grape focaccia, {read more}

Spooky Spiderweb Loaded Mashed Potato Cakes #SundaySupper

Spooky Spiderweb Loaded Mashed Potato Cakes

Thanks to the Idaho Potato Commission for sponsoring today’s Sunday Supper post and encouraging me to create a spooky Halloween recipe with Idaho® potatoes. While this post is sponsored by the Idaho Potato Commission, all opinions are my own! Halloween will be here before we know it, and when it arrives, adults and children alike {read more}

Oven-Dried Citrus Slices #RecipeReDux

Oven-Dried Citrus Slices

As soon as I saw this month’s Recipe ReDux theme — “Get Your Dehydrator On” — I knew I was going to make beef jerky. As you can tell from the title of this blog post, I did not make beef jerky. Procrastinate much? Why, yes … sometimes I do. But, even when life throws {read more}

No-Bake Peanut Butter Bars

No-Bake Peanut Butter Bars

Faithful readers of Rhubarb and Honey know that I am married to a chef. And being a chef means knowing how to make most anything. So, it’s not very often when The Chef asks me to make him something … but when does, I happily oblige. Case in point? These no-bake peanut butter bars. I’d {read more}

Crispy Potato Chip Cookies

Crispy Potato Chip Cookies

“What a strange idea: “comfort food.” Isn’t every food comforting in its own way! Why are certain foods disqualified? Can’t fancy food be soothing in the same way as “granny food?” Must it always be about loaded memories, like Proust’s madeleine? Or can it be merely quirky, like M.F.K. Fisher’s tangerine ritual: she dried them {read more}

Roasted Zucchini and Yellow Squash Galette #SundaySupper

Roasted Zucchini and Squash Galette

Did you know that today is National Acorn Squash Day? I didn’t … but the good folks from the Sunday Supper Movement did so we’re celebrating it and all the squashes with a squash fest! Hee, hee, hee … I said squash fest. That’s funny. You know what’s not funny? Letting your CSA zucchini and {read more}

Savory Cheddar and Jalapeno Waffles #FoodieExtravaganza

Cheddar and Jalapeno Waffles

“We need to remember what’s important in life: friends, waffles, work. Or waffles, friends, work. Doesn’t matter, but work is third.” ~ Leslie Knope Ah, yes … never underestimate the importance of waffles. And that’s a good thing because September is National Waffle Month, and therefore, waffles are the theme for this month’s Foodie Extravaganza! {read more}

Pear, Banana, and Quinoa Muffins #TwelveLoaves

Pear, Banana, & Quinoa Muffins

I have a confession to make. I made these muffins as soon as I found out what this month’s Twelve Loaves theme was, but I’m just now getting around to writing this post. And I’m doing it under a cloudy fog of fever, cold medicine, and Mentholatum as I have a raging cold that’s stolen {read more}

Mostarda di Frutta #SundaySupper

Mostarda Di Frutta

I love to host dinner parties. Not only is it a great chance to catch up with friends and family while eating, drinking, and being merry, it also give me an excuse to put together my favorite “appetizer” of all-time … the antipasto platter. Overflowing with salty cured meats and olives, tangy and creamy cheeses, {read more}