Cook: Quick and Easy Pizza Sticks
Appetizers / Bread / Cheese / Entrees / Holiday Food / Italian Food / Party Food / Quick and Easy / See Hatsie Cook

Cook: Quick and Easy Pizza Sticks

Some may say that this isn’t cooking.  That putting together a string of already made things doesn’t count as a recipe.  That opening a few cans doesn’t constitute “home cooked.” I would submit though, that in the heat of the Holidays, when we’re making lists upon lists of food to prepare and gifts to give … Continue reading

Cook: Spicy Herb Parmesan Crackers
Appetizers / Cheese / Holiday Food / Mailing Food / Party Food / See Hatsie Cook / Spicy / Summer Recipes / Vegetarian

Cook: Spicy Herb Parmesan Crackers

  You all are so incredible.  Thank you all for being so supportive yesterday as See-Hatsie.com went live!  Anything new is scary, especially when it involves voluntarily putting oneself out into the world, inviting feedback.  Thank you for being so kind and supportive. If I could send you all a jar of these Spicy Herb … Continue reading

Giveaway: {Signed and Sealed} Pumpkin Spiced Pecans
Appetizers / Fall Recipes / Healthy Choices / Quick and Easy / Salty Sweet / See Hatsie Giveaway / Signed and Sealed / Spicy / Vegetarian

Giveaway: {Signed and Sealed} Pumpkin Spiced Pecans

I can’t stop eating pumpkin flavored things, and last month I decided to share my obsession.  These pumpkin spiced pecans travelled to Texas to bring a dose of Fall to my dear friend and former roommate Jenna (different Jenna from September!).  She and I lived across the hall from each other in the dorms, then … Continue reading

Cook: Hatch Chile Salsa Verde
Appetizers / Dips / Healthy Choices / Holiday Food / Low Fat / Mexican Food / Party Food / Quick and Easy / See Hatsie Cook / Spicy / Summer Recipes / Vegetables

Cook: Hatch Chile Salsa Verde

It’s Hatch chile season!  If you’ve never been to New Mexico, let me tell you about Hatch chiles.  Grown in the Hatch valley in New Mexico, they’re a long green pepper that ranges in spice level from very mild to jalapeno-level spice.  In New Mexico they’re a staple–the green chili there, not the pepper but the … Continue reading