About Blakelyadmin

Blakely-Trettenero (2)Hi everyone!
My name is Blakely and I am the creator/ head taste tester of this fabulous website. I started Everyday Gourmet with Blakely one day for fun while I was in culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu as a way to share all my favorite recipes with my friends and family back home. It started out as a hobby but now it has become my passion! I love fresh, homemade food that takes all day and a lot of love to prepare. I know, I know you don’t have “time” to do that. No worries! Whether you are an experienced Chef or just a begginer foodie there’s a$recipe on here with step by step directions and a video on how to do it that will definitely please everyone. I really hope this website inspires you to get creative and make some amazing meals for your oved ones, or just yourself! Please feel free to comment and if you have an questions or would like to summit a recipe feel free to email me at CookingForBimbos [at]gmail [dot] com. Thanks for stopping by! Happy eating!

xoxo,
Blakely


Recent Recipes

 

Ultimate Greek Turkey Burgers

Honestly... I'm not a turkey burger fan. Never have been. Too dry, not enough flavor, too...healthy and boring tasting. Well, that has all changed now that I've created this recipe. I was being a bit nostalgic about my Greek travels and all the delicious food I had over there when this recipe just hit me. I had to try and make it and thank goodness that I did because it is amazing!...

Watermelon Margarita Popsicles

Ok I LOVE making popsicles... especially boozy ones like these little beauties! They're a perfect treat on a hot day to cool you down. I make a batch and just keep them in my freezer. You never know who will show up!...

Southwestern Style Salad with Lime Cilantro Vinaigrette

The first thing you want to do with this delicious salad is cook the corn and broil the tortilla strips. I just cut off the kernels and put them into a small pan and cook them very quickly. I don't even add oil to the pan! PLEASE do not use canned corn. If you don't have fresh corn just omit it from the recipe! Canned corn is not the same....