Author: simmerandsauce

Sheet Pan Garlic Shrimp With Asparagus And Fingerling Potatoes

Sheet Pan Garlic Shrimp With Asparagus And Fingerling Potatoes

My sheet pan chicken recipe was well received, so I am adding another easy sheet pan meal to my recipe arsenal.  I love shrimp, including shrimp ceviche.  To me, shrimp is a neutral shellfish.  You can do almost anything with shrimp, provided you don’t overcook them.  They are […]

Horned Melon Tom Collins

Horned Melon Tom Collins

A horned melon is not your typical looking fruit. Also called a kiwano melon, African horned cucumber, jelly melon, hedged gourde, melano and blowfish fruit, the horned melon is native to Southern Africa and grows mainly in dry semi-arid places such as the Kalahari Desert. This fruit was later introduced to other areas of Africa, […]

Strawberry Pop-Tarts

Strawberry Pop-Tarts

Let’s talk about pop-tarts. Chances are, if you were a kid growing up in the 70’s and 80’s, you not only knew what Kellogg’s pop-tarts were, you loved them.  I know I loved them; not for breakfast per se, but for a snack. I was unlike […]

Asian-Inspired Tofu Cabbage Salad

Asian-Inspired Tofu Cabbage Salad

Everyone needs a go-to, easy salad. This is my new one. I love tofu almost as much as I love salads, so I feature it prominently in this one for this easy and tasty tofu cabbage salad. Tofu, also known as bean curd, is cultivated […]