Catherine, Start our evening early with that charcuterie board followed by the bistro style penne and lemon chicken…and top it off with that French Lemon Tart! Hot afternoon? I’ll have to chose between the peach moscato slushie or the healthy Almond Joy shake… Take Care, Big Daddy Dave
A Danish-like pastry filled with almond paste and, at times, raisins, bear claws tend to be shaped in a semicircle or rectangle, with slices along one side that make it look like its namesake. Typically found in a coffee shop, it’s the perfect companion to a cup of java. With this easy recipe you won't even need to leave the house. .
While johnnycakes have their roots in indigenous North American cuisine, the modern johnnycake — cornmeal batter that’s been fried on a griddle or in a skillet — originated in Rhode Island. The cornmeal mixture, which is sometimes sweet, is made with yellow or white cornmeal, salt and either hot water or milk. Typically eaten like pancakes with butter and syrup, they’re also often eaten for lunch or dinner with potatoes or rice. Try this easy recipe at home.
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Jazz up a plain boring chicken breast by topping it with tomatoes, mozzarella cheese and fresh basil. Tasty! 30 Add a comment ... 53 Add a comment ... 67 Add a comment ... 18 Add a comment ... 84 Add a comment ... 80 Add a comment ...
Apple-Swiss Turkey Sandwiches. Honey mustard adds a sweet tang to this hearty concoction. Apple slices, Swiss cheese, cucumber and turkey are layered between slices of nutritious multi-grain bread. These delicious sandwiches pack well to take to the office or on the trail. —Gloria Updyke, Front Royal, Virginia.
The classic doughnut is popular in every state, with all kinds of variations in batters, toppings, fillings and flavorings, such as glazed, powdered and jelly-filled, chocolate icing with sprinkles and Boston cream. Doughnuts are a popular accompaniment to a cup of coffee, the perfect pairing for a quick breakfast on-the-go, as seen with the success of world-famous coffee and doughnut chains such as Dunkin’ and Krispy Kreme. Here are some easy doughnuts you can bake at home.
That said, it not only looks like a million dollars, but it’s also so flavorful that you won’t be able to stop at just one serving.
No matter how expensive and fancy lobster tails seem, all they need are a good pair of kitchen shears and lots of butter!
Tasty and healthy steamed fish fillets. Mild whitefish takes on the flavors of ginger and toasted sesame oil. Perfect served with steamed broccoli...
HAM AND BROCCOLI STRATA | A strata is sort of like a savory bread pudding and this version has ham, cheese, and broccoli. You make it the night before to give the bread a chance to absorb the eggs and then bake it in the morning. You get some crispy, toasted bread on top while the middle is more eggy and soft.
Wow! What a great roundup! It all looks delicious and I can see myself making my way through all of these recipes. I’d have to start on the eggplant stacks. Yum!
I like to dice up a bunch of veggies, like carrots, sweet potato, zucchini, and peppers, and add them to my meat.
So many times when I’m eating a salad they fall flat. No flavor, boring, and I’m just forcing myself to eat it because it’s healthy. Well- not this salad! It’s delicious, flavorful, and packed with flavor. My kind of salad! Super Bowl is this weekend! My favorite part about it is definitely all of the snacks. This easy to make pizza uses my favorite crust- naan bread! It take little to zero effort to put together and its loaded with every flavor you would want for a football game. Definitely a touchdown.
The trick here is to find better value, not go cheap. Stay away from the daisies and mums unless these are your partner’s favorite flowers. Here are a few ideas that might work for you.
There are so many worthy recipes that it makes little sense to try to enumerate some favorites or ones that I intend to make. However, perusing these makes it clear that while some will be challenging for the amateur cook, others are quite within the reach of such an audience--with the promise of some great tasting dishes!
This flavorful homemade Gooseberry Jam will bring the PERFECT amount of zing and sweetness to your oatmeal, toast, yogurt, and more! This recipe is easy to follow and made with all-natural, simple ingredients that come together to create a deliciously unforgettable … Continue reading →