Monday, March 30, 2015

The 10 Best Recipes Of Typical Domestic Babe

I was browsing back through my recipe archives over the weekend, and realized that I had just posted my 50th recipe this month!  Cooking has always been such a huge passion of mine; one that was cultivated from spending hours with my grandmother in her small kitchen as a young child.  It's definitely been a lot of trial and error over the years, but I firmly believe that I'm truly myself when I'm in my kitchen, relaxed with a glass of wine in hand, putting the final touches on an amazing dinner that I'm about to serve to my family. 

With that being said, I wanted to thank you all for reading my blog, and giving my recipes a try!  It really does bring me so much joy to share these with you!

Below, I've posted my 10 favorite recipes from the Typical Domestic Babe recipe archives {please don't judge, some of my older pictures are horrible!}, and really hope that you try one or two of them out.  Happy cooking! xx




Blueberry Sour Cream Banana Bread {view the recipe here}





Classic Tomato Crostini {view it here}





Ginger Pad Thai w/ Chicken & Veggies {view it here}




Oven Roasted Tomato Soup {view it here}





Gourmet Greek Salad {recipe can be found here}





Farmers Market Guacamole {view it here}




Healthy Cherry Crumble {view the recipe here}





The Best Skinny Mango Margaritas {view it here}






Traditional Tuscan Ribollita {recipe available here}




Vegetarian Eggplant Shakshuka {found here}






Have you tried out any of these recipes in the past?  Hope you all have a great week! xx


5 comments:

  1. I'm not sure how you narrowed down your favorites since everything you make is so incredible!! xo, Biana - BlovedBoston

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  2. My favorite is the guacamole! Love!!

    Sarah
    Flip Flops and Furs

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  3. I love the Pad That recipe! I forgot to tell you I made it for the BF months back when you posted and it was a huge success! I'll have to try your salsa and sour cream loaf YUM!

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  4. Oops, meant to say guacamole, not salsa ;)

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