Board games, that is. A collection of and our reviews for the vegetarian friendly, tree nut free meals we have served at our weekly game nights.
I’ve made this dish probably three or four times, each time with slightly different vegetables or a different type of noodle. There are a variety of vegetable combinations that work great but nothing really beats the awesome chewiness of udon…Continue reading
These sandwiches kind of have a lot of backstory, so get ready! First and foremost, They are ridiculously delicious. You may be thinking, “Cucumber and zucchini sandwiches? That does not sound very enticing.” because that’s exactly what we said when we…Continue reading
Easter is just around the corner! Not only that, but our game night group has decided to have a deviled egg competition just before Easter, so there will be twice the egg consumption this year. I’ll definitely post pics/results/recipes after…Continue reading
As if pasta weren’t easy enough already, this recipe makes it even easier! Plus, how can you say no to baked, bubbly, melted cheese? You simply cannot. I’m a big fan of recipes that don’t require you to clean excessive…Continue reading
To add beans or not to add beans? That is the question. Along with thirty other questions when it comes to chili. Apparently, almost nothing about chili is set in stone. Where was it invented? Who invented it? Who has…Continue reading
What happens when my love of bread, cheese, cast iron and game night snacks combine? Totally awesome cheesy skillet bread happens, that’s what! During the weekly game night we host, everyone tends to arrive over the course of about half…Continue reading
Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, there was no shortage of restaurants that served Italian beef. From dry to dipped, sweet or hot peppers (or both) and yes, of course I want cheese on that! For those of you…Continue reading