melt-in-your-mouth meatloaf

Confession: I used to HATE meatloaf. It was a dreaded dish of dry, tough, underseasoned, unnaturally shaped meat that was always associated with school cafeterias and sad lunches. Then one glorious day, meatloaf was redeemed by the always-amazing Ina Garten. I was watching the Food Network and saw her create the most delicious, melt-in-your-mouth, flavorful-looking… Continue reading melt-in-your-mouth meatloaf

roasted chicken with olives, capers & roasted lemons

Lord have mercy. This recipe is the ultimate comfort food, friends and I am so excited to share it with you today. There's absolutely nothing better than slow-roasted chicken paired with a light yet silky pan sauce for a soul-warming dinner on a cold winter's night. However, fear not. It's not too slowly roasted thus… Continue reading roasted chicken with olives, capers & roasted lemons

pumpkin cinnamon rolls with vanilla cream cheese frosting

Pumpkin may be a fall staple, but I'll be the first to sign the petition to have pumpkin recipes all year long. These pumpkin cinnamon rolls are a Huber Thanksgiving break tradition, but should really be made anytime of the year. It can be tempting to unroll a pack of premade cinnamon rolls (I do… Continue reading pumpkin cinnamon rolls with vanilla cream cheese frosting

fall salad with turkey, brussels sprouts, blue cheese, pomegranate & walnuts

Anyone else's clothes fitting just a tad tighter today after the Thanksgiving holiday? Bet the pumpkin pie, apple coffee cake, and pumpkin cinnamon rolls (recipe coming soon!) had absolutely nothing to do with it... While I loved every moment of indulgence last week, I definitely had a craving for something a little lighter to balance… Continue reading fall salad with turkey, brussels sprouts, blue cheese, pomegranate & walnuts