Shrimp on the BBQ is just so darn good. Best part is it doesn’t take too long to prep and the shrimp cooks quickly so that you can get right to the eating part.
Corn on the cob is my guilty pleasure. Instead of the classic boiled with butter and salt, I have started trying new ways to enjoy this amazing vegetable. Here is one way.
I don’t have sweet potatoes often but every once in a while I have a craving for it. This time, let’s try baking it!
Only 3 ingredients are added to delicious salmon and then grilled in foil on the BBQ. So simple, yet so yummy.
This one is called “Simple Roasted Carrots” because all it is, is: carrots plus 3 or 4 ingredients that you already have at home. Simple, isn’t it?
I was at the grocery store and saw that rockfish was on sale and was the cheapest fresh fish. I had never heard of rockfish before so I figured “why not?”. It just looked like a white fish and I figured I could find a recipe online. And I found this one, so I bought all of the ingredients and away I went.
The other day my fiancé came home from work with a huge container of feta. I didn’t want to make myself sick of eating Greek salad so I found this recipe to use up some of this yummy (and free) cheese.
Super simple side dish that I love. I don’t eat beets quite as often as I would like because I hate having to boil them and I find it makes a mess. This roasting recipe however is a lot less messy, just as easy as baking a potato, and just as good as boiled (if not better).
I usually don’t like pork chops but I’m always willing to try a new recipe. This was a very simple recipe that didn’t require much time to marinate (which is always good when you are short on time) and I actually really liked the flavour of the rub.
I love shrimp and I love grilling. Let’s put both together and try this recipe.