Honey Chicken Kabobs

Kabobs are a great way to start the summer grilling season! These are pretty quick to put together and grill up. For this recipe the secret is really in the sauce and giving the meat enough time to marinate.

Corn Bread Taco Bake

This is such a fun recipe to make! It’s easy to throw together and feeds the family with enough for leftovers! Fresh pepper, corn, and tomato sauce over seasoned ground beef, topped with corn bread, popped in the oven! Love it.

Corned Beef and Cabbage

This is the best way to celebrate a happy St. Patrick’s Day without a hangover. Corned beef and cabbage! Mix in some potatoes and carrots and you’ll wish this holiday came around a little more often!

Baked Fajitas

You heard me right, it is possible to BAKE fajitas and still have them turn out amazing! Just throw some sliced peppers and onion together with spices like cumin and chili powder into a pan and bake!

Butternut Squash Quesadillas

Love this healthy twist on quesadillas. Butternut squash, spinach, and fresh mozzarella baked between two tortillas.

3 Cheese Baked Rigatoni

Cheesey, golden baked rigatoni makes the ULTIMATE comfort food. I like to use a little gruyere, a little sharp cheddar, and a little fontina and top it all off with baked panko breadcrumbs. If you’re feeling adventurous, add 1/3 cup mascarpone cheese to make this dish a 4 cheese rigatoni!

Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

There is no better way to celebrate Mardi Gras than with a big bowl of chicken and sausage gumbo and a side of corn bread.

Grilled Tuna Steak

Flavorful, juicy, and a perfect marinade mixture of citrus, soy and garlic. This is my favorite grilled tuna recipe, as the marinade is light enough to still taste the flavor of the steak.

Rootbeer Pulled Pork

Root beer combined with the slow cooker give the pork so much flavor and tenderness. I’ve found this recipe to be one of the easiest methods of serving up pulled pork sandwiches for dinner. Only 4 ingredients!

Easy Shrimp Scampi

Sophisticated look, but easy to prepare shrimp scampi. Serve over angel hair pasta. The only thing I would add is more fresh lemon juice; it really brings out flavor! This is an easy weeknight dinner filled with Parmesan, bread crumbs, and oregano.