A simple recipe for healthy eating this spring. I've made a succotash of all of my favorite spring veggies, including peas, asparagus, and fennel. If you are trying to lighten it up before swimsuit season, this is a tried and true recipe to keep in the rotation. Serve with a simple salad of mixed greens,… Continue reading Salmon with Spring Vegetables
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This is absolutely one of my favorite recipes that I've ever posted on Cooking in Red Socks. I feel like for a Jewish girl that grew up with no pork in her house, this recipe is quite an accomplishment. It represents everything I love about cooking and combining flavors. The Spicy Pulled Pork is meaty, spicy, and… Continue reading Spicy Pork Tacos with Black Bean & Kiwi Salsa
I know that a recipe for Spicy Pulled Pork seems a bit odd for a blogger who is clearly Jewish and probably not raised on pulled pork. I wasn't, but that hasn't stopped me from loving it. Making it for this recipe was the first time I had made it in my house, and I… Continue reading Spicy Pulled Pork
This was by far one of the most successful dishes I made for my baseball boy roommates during Spring Training. As you all know, Ryan loves anything that is pie. Banana cream pie, chicken pot pie, and most certainly shepherd's pie. It isn't a dish I grew up on, so I gave myself the prerogative to… Continue reading Lamb & Guinness Shepherd’s Pie