Welcome to my Recipe Section. All of the recipes here have been tested in my kitchen and have received HRH Mommy’s “Seal of Approval”.
You can either explore the recipes by category (just scroll over the “Recipe” tab above and a drop down menu will appear). Or, you can check out the Recipe Index, where all recipes are listed are together.
Finally, if you have any recipes you would like to share, I would love to put them to the test in our “test kitchen”. The success stories will be featured here, on “M for Mommy”. Like “M for Mommy” on Facebook, and either drop me an email with the recipe, or if the recipe exists online, post the link on my Facebook page.
Have fun browsing around, have more fun trying them out and have the most fun enjoying the result.
Marieke, aka HRH Mommy
Most Recent Recipes:
Photo by: David Beeler Unless you’re a vegetarian, for many people Chicken Parmesan is mentioned on the list of “comfort foods”. To me, growing up in Europe, Chicken Parmesan was a new concept when I arrived here in Read More »
I admit: when I first heard of quinoa I assumed it wouldn’t be something I would like. I expected it to be bland and boring. Then I tried it and I loved it. It is so versatile, it Read More »
‘t Is the season! Pomegranates are back and I am over the moon. [insert happy dance] A couple of weeks ago, I received the first 3 in my produce delivery and though they might have been picked a Read More »
These crescent rolls are a hit. I have never seen appetizers disappear off a plate faster than these did. It was only a couple of minutes after putting them out when I realized that I hadn’t snapped a Read More »
Photo by: David Beeler So, here we go getting weird. A couple of weeks ago, I was graced with a bunch of veggies I had never heard of. Sin-qua. Sound familiar, right? I mean, it immediately sparks a Read More »
Photo by: David Beeler Yep, this chicken in basil cream sauce tastes just as good as it looks. It is absolutely delicious (AND easy to make!!). The crispiness of the chicken, the creaminess of the sauce and the Read More »
Photo by: David Beeler Tapenade originates in the Provence, where it started as a paste made of capers, anchovies, and garlic – ingredients readily available in the South of France. It became popular very quickly and was adapted Read More »
It is October and for most of us summer is over. (Unless you live in Southern California, where earlier in the week it was still in the triple digits and where one Mommy is now super excited with the Read More »
Photo by: David Beeler Pizza is a hot-ticket item at our house. And while the boys’ favorite is the traditional pepperoni pizza, David and I prefer the more “adult” version of (what I think would be) one of Read More »