Fresh Corn Salad

corn salad recipe from At Home on the Bay

Fresh Corn Salad - My sister-in-law is from the Nebraska corn belt, and she has all the best corn recipes. She made this salad for a family gathering and I've been making it ever since. It is perfect for leftover ears of corn on the cob, but I've been know to buy ears specifically to make this … [Read more...]

Kale and Quinoa with Feta and Blueberries Salad

kale and quinoa with feta and blueberries salad

Kale and Quinoa with Feta and Blueberries Salad I'm not actually a big fan of kale. I thought it was one of those foods you had to acquire a taste for, until I found a kale salad at my local Heinen's Grocery Store. It had so many yummy ingredients in it - almonds, dried cranberries, blueberries, … [Read more...]

Easy Lemon Blackberry Mini Tarts

easy lemon and blackberry mini tarts - no bake

Easy Lemon Blackberry Mini Tarts What has only four ingredients, doesn't need to be baked, tastes delicious and looks as though you studied to be a French pastry chef? I might be exaggerating a tiny bit, but these Easy Lemon Blackberry Mini Tarts are that good ... in my humble … [Read more...]

Old Fashioned Dark Chocolate Butter Cream Eggs

Old Fashioned Dark Chocolate Butter Cream Eggs Recipe

Old Fashioned Dark Chocolate Butter Cream Eggs When I was a kid, every Easter my brothers and sister and I would look forward to the large Dark Chocolate Butter Cream Egg that we got to share. It was so sweet and buttery and we all have fond memories of eating slices of that yummy goodness … [Read more...]

Gluten Free Apricot Almond Scones

Gluten Free Apricot Almond Scones

Gluten Free Apricot Almond Scones This week I ventured out to the West Side Market. It is Cleveland's oldest publicly owned market. There are more than 100 vendors, and you can find everything from fresh seafood, meats and vegetables to cheese, flowers and baked goods. It was like a giant farmer's … [Read more...]

Irish Cream Marshmallow Treats

irish cream marshmallow treats

I am 100% Irish, and that means that we celebrated St. Patrick's Day growing up. It was a tradition to wear green, decorate with shamrocks, have toasted Irish soda bread for breakfast, and finish the day with a corned beef and cabbage dinner. Here is an easy little treat to help celebrate the day. … [Read more...]