Weeknight Meatloaf

Meatloaf was a dish I didn’t enjoy very much growing up. On a whim, I decided to try it my own way one night. Turns out, it’s delicious! Especially when served with a side of fluffy mashed potatoes and some crispy sautéed green beans. Weeknight meatloaf has now been added to the Goldstein dinner rotation.

Really Good Greek Salad

How cliché is it to have a Greek salad on Chanukah? Honestly I was thinking of what to pair with my fried raviolis and this salad came to mind. It’s easy to make, refreshing, and you know the name ties in nicely with the holiday theme. So here you have it, a really good Greek

Chanukah Sugar Cookies

Have you baked up a batch of cookies yet for Chanukah? I confess we’ve baked 2 batches already…and it’s not even Chanukah until next week!! For me, Chanukah sugar cookies bring back childhood memories of our blue and white silicone mat that we rolled out for special holiday baking and bowls of sweet colored sugar.

One Pot Penne alla Vodka

I know you don’t need a good excuse to eat pasta now, but how about a one pot penne alla vodka?? That’s right, everything including raw noodles, is dumped into one pot. It can’t get easier then this! What do I need: Penne noodles- Classic. Ya know, like the name. Tomato sauce Milk- I prefer

Beef Minestrone Soup

Oh hello November. The temperatures are dropping and I’m looking for comforting and hearty meals to ward off the cold. This beef minestrone soup is actually an old recipe that was on the blog for a few years, and I decided it needed some love. New photos and a little makeover. It’s such a delicious

Easy Homemade Cinnamon Buns

Whenever the weather gets a little dreary, I’m rolling up my sleeves to make my easy homemade cinnamon buns. The smell of them baking alone, is enough to make you feel warm and fuzzy all around. As the weather cools down, this is definitely a delicious treat that you’ll want to make. For a special

My Classic Chicken Soup

A good chicken soup recipe is often a hand me down that’s jotted down on a little scrap of paper. Soon enough, you learn it by heart. Often, you’ll make your own tweaks and changes to suit your family. My classic chicken soup recipe started from my Mom, got inspiration from my sister, then became