In the Lynch Kitchen, we try to eat healthily, but don’t starve ourselves. We try to eat good-for-you foods, but don’t neglect dessert either. We try to keep everything in balance and cook as much from scratch as possible. I love to cook, and I love to bake. Being in the kitchen is like a sanctuary for me. I enjoy being able to provide meals for my family. I have been known (on multiple occasions) to be in the kitchen at 10pm just starting to bake some chocolate chip cookies. If I get bored, I like to cook or bake.
Justin’s quote on the subject: “I’m glad you like to cook because I like to eat!”
Use leftover bananas that have started to turn to make a delicious cake with a vanilla glaze on top for a perfect dessert (or breakfast)!
Making vegetable broth at home is easy to make in the slow cooker and costs almost nothing if you use vegetable scraps from previous meals.
Salisbury Steak is a delicious easy dinner for those crazy weeknights. Quick to make and full of flavor, this is sure to please everyone.
Chickpea and Spinach Orecchiette is a vegan pasta dinner that will keep you full for hours with layers of ingredients and a blast of flavors.
Making Creme de Menthe at home is easy and only takes a couple days to have a delicious, smooth liquor to add to any drink for a minty kick.
Use aluminum foil to create a steam packet full of shrimp and sausage with other flavors that can be grilled to perfection.
Irish Potato Casserole is a great combination of potatoes and cheese coming together to create a delicious side or main dish.
A perfect mix of fluffy cake and sweet tropical fruit, pineapple upside down cake is a scrumptious dessert any time of the year.
This beef stew is made with stout Guinness that adds a deep flavor to the gravy. Serve over mashed potatoes for a St. Patrick’s Day dinner, or any time of the year!
Oatmeal Raisin is a classic cookie that is really simple to bake. This recipe yields a few dozen, so great for baking for a crowd.