Saucy beef strips, briny feta, and a refreshing peach salad come together for a delicious summer meal in 30 minutes. In my previous post, I spoke about getting lost in the craft of cooking again, and while I was sitting out soaking in the hot sun, I had yet another creative spark… Let me set…
You won’t believe how simple it is to make Easy Homemade Biscuits and Gravy at home! With buttery biscuits and a thick and flavorful gravy, this is the ultimate easy breakfast recipe! .
This easy M&M cookie recipe is incredibly easy to follow. With simple ingredients, you can make the best homemade M&M cookies ever! This is the best M&M Cookie recipe out there! Full of chocolate morsels and perfectly soft and chewy, these homemade M&M cookies are a total winner! I was in the grocery store the other day, and I saw ...
Anyone can open a jar, but how many people do you know can serve up their very own tikka masala sauce and homemade garlic naan bread?
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These Banana Blueberry Muffins are one of my favorite muffin recipes! They are buttery and soft on the inside with big bakery tops. And they have that perfect moist but fluffy texture that everyone loves.
What a wonderful collection of summer recipes! Unfortunately, we haven’t seen summer yet in this part of Canada and this is really affecting my mood. Some of those recipes will bring back a smile to my face, especially the fried zucchini blossoms!! 🙂 .
There were many beautiful photographs accompanying the recipes in the Gourmet magazines; they could have easily been put into the DVD. Wouldn't that have been great? 5.0 out of 5 stars The 2006 edition with the DVD has darker text recipe titles. By Poppy-HG on November 3, 2017 Be sure to purchase the newer version, the 2006 edition, with the DVD. It has the darker orange recipe titles, unlike the light yellow text of the original 2004 edition which was difficult to see.
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Bird of Paradise – named after it close resemblance to the bird, bird of paradise also called the crane flower in South Africa. These flowers are know for their unusually beautiful shapes and brilliant colors.
Colicchio's short ribs flanken-style in wine marinade; recipe in Food and Wine Magazine database online
Delightfully crunchy with the perfect balance of sweet and tart, these bread and butter pickles are a breeze to make and can be stored in the refrigerator or canned for long-term storage. These are practically a staple in our home and we love them on sandwiches, burgers, or … Continue reading →
I love that a breakfast or brunch board is versatile and can be customized to your own preferences and what you have in the house. To make things super easy, I like adding shop-bought pastries. Waffles, croissants, muffins and bagels are all crowd favorites. All you need to do then is add breakfast items like bacon and eggs. Boiled eggs are perfect as they can be made the night before. Scrambled eggs are also great when cooking for a crowd. Poached eggs can be made ahead and kept in a bowl of water in the fridge until you’re ready to serve.
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This rich beef stew is a classic combination of chunky vegetables, fall-apart beef, and a wonderful red wine-infused sauce.
There are many great recipes for making a variety of salads and I’ll include a list below but I would like you to first take a look at this short Chow video detailing the basics for making a vinaigrette. I think you will enjoy it.