This glazed ham recipe will surely take the spotlight at your holiday gathering this year. It’s so simple and tasty that it could be used for any other special occasion throughout the year as well. Nicole breaks down her recipe into two sections, making it foolproof even for the most challenged of cooks. By using… Read More »
“ My goal when cooking is to unlock, then amplify all potential flavors in a recipe. It's somewhat like a recording studio - tweak a few components up, fade others down until the mix is just right to suit the palates of family and friends. Once perfected, I enjoy sharing with the world. ”
Nicole is the blogger and photographer behind the The Galley Gourmet where she shares her classic and comforting dishes created from her galley kitchen. What we love most about Nicole’s style is that she believes in creating her dishes from scratch by not taking unnecessary shortcuts and tweaking recipes until the flavors are just right. With an eclectic palate, you’ll find her blog filled with traditional, authentic dishes from different parts of the world (and different regions of the U.S.) along with her own creative concoctions as part of her culinary adventures.
Today we bring you what may just be the king of all dips – chile con queso. Instead of relying on melting pre-processed Velveeta in the microwave, this recipe shows you how easy it is to make an all-natural, melty, queso dip completely from scratch. Nicole adds chipotle chiles, fresh jalapeños, and canned diced green… Read More »
With Mardi Gras coming up next week, it only seems fitting that we share a classic Cajun recipe. Red beans and rice is a longstanding tradition in the deep South because it’s hearty, spicy, filling, and inexpensive to feed a crowd. Red kidney beans are soaked overnight then simmered in a broth infused with smoked… Read More »
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