5 Minute Pesto W/ Cashews

Our garden is overflowing. After nearly dying earlier this summer, some coffee grounds and a little fertilizer has taken our little raised garden to the next level and now we have basil coming out our ears. So, what else to make other than incredible home made pesto. This recipe takes 5 minutes and uses cashews…

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Creamy Dijon Potato Salad w/ Herbs De Provence and Lavender

My family is one of those “make it from scratch or don’t make it all” kind of families. And though I secretly longed for a tub of store-bought potato salad from the deli counter as a child… it never happened. Then, I grew up, realized I could make my own decisions and along-side purchasing a…

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Delicious Homemade Naan Bread

When I was 18, my mother sent me a care package from across the country. I had just moved from my tiny town in Northern Minnesota to what I considered a bustling HUGE city in Washington state (apparently, 30,000 people really isn’t that giant). Making something always gave me comfort, so finding new projects in…

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You Ask, We Answer: Spaghetti Pie

This week we have been asking you, our followers, for things you’d like us to make! Whether it’s been using certain ingredients, the level of difficulty, or certain cooking techniques. You’ve asked, and we’re here to answer! Question: “Fave recipe with the smallest number of ingredients? Mtn town stores are a bit limiting. Ideal if…

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That Weird Time Between Christmas and New Years..

You don’t know what day it is, you feel like you should be at work but you’re not. Should you go to the gym or mimosas instead? There’s probably leftovers in the fridge but your friends want to do dinner. You can’t feed them 3-day old ham. Don’t worry, we have you covered! Maybe one…

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‘Oops Caramelized’ Tomato Bisque

Author: Erin Clark It’s definitely soup season, and I think we can all agree an all-time favorite is Tomato Bisque. Rich, creamy, perfect pairing with grilled cheese, that fresh bite of basil – it’s the best comfort food. While I won’t knock Campbell’s in a can (a staple growing up), there is something special about…

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November Wrap Up, Our Most Popular Recipes!

Wow, we are rounding up our first month of Roast’d & Toast’d and we are so excited! We’ve absolutely love the support we’ve gotten and we can’t wait to continue producing recipes you’ll come back for time and time again. That being said, as we enter Thanksgiving week, we wanted to highlight our most popular…

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Family Traditions: Fritz’s Sweet Potato Casserole

Author: Oona Sapunor-Pfaff I don’t know about you, but I am a full-fledged lover of family traditions, especially around the holidays. I don’t care if they are my traditions, your traditions, or a complete stranger’s traditions! I love hearing how people spend their time together, especially when it involves cooking together in the kitchen. There…

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Mom’s Mussels in White Wine, Tomatoes & Shallots

Author: Erin Clark Mussels, shallots, garlic, white wine…It’s written on the back of an old grocery list, scribbled with notes, it’s my Mom’s mussel recipe! The first time I made this meal for a group of friends they said, “You made mussels? That’s a bold move for dinner…” Well, I have news for you all,…

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