Enjoy summer’s citrusy sweet cherry tomatoes as the highlight ingredient on this grilled chicken BLT flatbread pizza.
Author: Ali Randall
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with this delicious 1800 tequila margarita recipe. Elderflower is the new twist on this classic cocktail.
Never buy tomato sauce in a jar again! Tomato sauce made from scratch takes 30 minutes and tastes a million times better than the jarred variety.
Dip your crusty bakery bread loaf in true Italian flavor with this easy to make sun-dried tomato dipping oil.
Don’t throw away those unripe green tomatoes. Turn them into fried green tomatoes topped with fresh mozzarella cheese and chopped basil and finished with a balsamic glaze.
This vegetarian casserole feeds a crowd. Loaded with fresh eggplant, baby spinach and fire roasted tomatoes, this Cheesy Eggplant Bake is a perfect weeknight dinner.
These potatoes au gratin with Gruyere and cheddar cheeses will be the winning side dish on your dinner table.
Use up last night’s beef brisket for this Rigatoni Bolognese dinner tonight. Loaded with carrots and mushrooms on top of pasta, this dinner is comfort food at its finest.
Hatteras Clam Chowder is a simple broth-based chowder loaded with redskin potatoes, vegetables and chopped clams perfect for cold winter nights on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
Beef brisket is the perfect winter comfort food after a long day. Nothing fills the belly better than tender, melt in your mouth oven baked beef brisket.
Chipped beef for breakfast is a special treat when visiting my parents on the Outer Banks. I’ve enjoyed this salty creamy breakfast special going back years.
This cheesy chicken recipe is a snap to cook up in 30 minutes and is a perfect dinner for a mid week meal.
This delicious banana peach smoothie is made with fresh picked peaches and blended with Greek yogurt and ginger for a great way to start the morning.
This couscous with grilled vegetables features zucchini, squash, asparagus, red peppers and mushrooms and is tossed with lemon and goat cheese for delicious flavor.
These oven baked barbecue ribs are fall off the bone delicious and are hands down the best way to enjoy summer!
Go against the grain by serving this summer salad at your next get together.
These chewy coconut oatmeal cookies are soft and delicious and feature the sweet taste of toasted coconut flakes. They are a perfect blend of sweet and nutty flavors. Make a dozen and surprise your kids today!
This recipe is super easy to mix up in about five minutes. An hour in the oven and this robust yet mellow beer bread has the most satisfying flavor.
Fall off the bone tender and delicious, these oven braised beef short ribs are cooked in a rich gravy and are so easy to make.
Apple Cider Chicken simmers in the crockpot all day resulting in tender fall off the bone chicken. Enjoy this original recipe on busy weeknights when you want dinner on the table quickly.
Layers of lasagna noodles, fresh spinach, mozzarella and ricotta cheeses, and a trio of ground beef, hot sausage and veal make up this delicious casserole which is topped with homemade tomato sauce.
Tender broccoli is steamed then smothered in a creamy cheddar and Parmesan cheese sauce and topped with buttery Ritz crackers.
This 30 minute recipe features spicy chorizo sausage, tender chicken and vegetables infused in saffron flavored rice.
Don’t throw out those overripe bananas. They are the secret ingredient to this moist banana bread recipe that is loaded with chocolate chips and features a pecan, brown sugar and cinnamon topping.
Start your fall mornings with the taste of pumpkin pie with this easy make-ahead breakfast of overnight oats topped with dried cranberries, pepitas and pecans.
Cauliflower dredged in panko bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese and roasted until nutty brown transforms this bland vegetable into something irresistible that no one can turn down.
This easy chicken marsala is my go-to dish for a midweek meal. It’s simple, hearty and delicious. Better yet, it can be whipped up in under 30 minutes.
Sweet maple syrup and tangy Dijon mustard make up this easy chicken dinner in a half an hour.
Topped with a boozy bourbon maple whipped cream, this crustless pumpkin pie recipe comes in individual portions and will please all pumpkin pie lovers.
Cajun chicken with lemon and capers is similar to chicken piccata, but this 30-minute dinner pairs a little Cajun heat with the tangy taste of lemon.
Traditional pecan pie is kicked up a notch with a punch of bourbon and the sweetness of dark chocolate. Serve this dessert for Thanksgiving and Kentucky Derby Day!
These crispy rounds of eggplant Parmesan are first fried then layered in a casserole pan with fresh mozzarella, sauce and basil.
This crunchy Chinese slaw recipe with ramen noodles is sweet and delicious and ideal for a side dish to take to your next potluck, family reunion or summer barbecue.
Sip on a milkshake that combines the tropical taste of freshly cut pineapple and banana with a novelty creamsicle popsicle.
Homegrown tomatoes, sweet corn kernels, black beans, avocado, cilantro and lime juice is all you need to make the freshest salsa. This pico de gallo – salsa fresca – taste great with chips and on all your favorite Mexican dishes.
Enjoy the sweet flavors of the tropics with this homemade fresh Pineapple Pico de Gallo recipe. Eat it with chips, on fish tacos or spoon it over your favorite grilled seafood or chicken.
Have your ever grilled fruit kabobs? Grill your favorite fruit like peaches, watermelon, strawberries and kiwi and drizzle them with mint and balsamic glaze for a delicious dessert or side dish.
Fresh shrimp flavored with a blend of sweet and spicy herbs and seasoning and grilled on the barbecue is the perfect meal when you’re looking for easy, healthy and light.
Fresh grouper seasoned with your favorite blackened spices and seared in a cast-iron skillet makes for an easy dinner in under 30 minutes.
Nothing spell summer more so than grilled eggplant topped with ripe tomatoes, creamy mozzarella cheese and fresh basil.
Three ingredients is all you need for the juiciest beer can chicken recipe. This summer grilling favorite can be on your table in an hour.
Combine the flavors of apple pie, apple crisp and buttermilk pancakes into a delicious breakfast casserole that serves a crowd.
15 Easy and delicious ways to eat your greens (when you just don’t want salad)
Serve up my version of shrimp and “grits” to start the morning with this easy and savory breakfast bowl.
Bake up a batch of pup-approved grain-free treats specifically made for dogs with allergies.
These lemon squares feature an easy homemade graham cracker-like crust and a sweet and tart lemon filling. They are the ideal dessert for your spring and Easter parties.
Turn an ordinary simple salad into a power spinach salad by adding protein-packed quinoa and fiber rich apples and pecans.
Start the new year off right with roasted vegetables, mild sorghum, protein- packed quinoa and whole grain brown rice tossed with goat cheese for a vegetarian dish that is nutritious and full of flavor.
Roasted turkey just isn’t complete without a rich giblet gravy to go with it. This Thanksgiving giblet gravy recipe walks you through the steps.
This easy baked skillet pasta recipe features the flavors of pork sausage and fennel in a red wine ragu. It’s cheesy, meaty and delicious and can be on your table in under an hour.
Whip up this easy homemade chicken noodle soup in under 30 minutes using rotisserie chicken.
From skillet to plate in 30 minutes, this easy ground turkey and sweet potato hash is the ideal dish for a weeknight dinner or a weekend breakfast.
Delicious for fall, these moist and sweet pumpkin cupcakes are sprinkled with chocolate chips and topped with cream cheese frosting.
Gelato made with fresh strawberries, dark chocolate and espresso is paired with crisp pizzelle cookies in this Sicilian- inspired frozen dessert.
Don’t you love it when a recipe just falls together? These baked buffalo chicken nachos came about accidentally. And let me tell you, these were not your ordinary nachos.
Enjoy this Elderflower sangria recipe featuring summer’s freshest fruits and elderflower liqueur.
Summer sweet peaches glazed with balsamic and served on a toasted pillow of honey flavored ricotta cheese.
Enjoy summer’s bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables with a corn salad featuring sweet cherry tomatoes, diced avocado, fresh mozzarella and homegrown basil.
A classic summer pasta salad featuring juicy red ripe tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese, homegrown basil and cheesy tortellini.
Super moist and soft, these easy banana chocolate chip muffins will need a full glass of milk to go along with them.
This Summer Berry Salad features fresh sweet summer berries, succulent grilled turkey and is served with a drizzle of blackberry balsamic vinaigrette. There’s no better way to celebrate summer!
Add a tropical flair to your next rice dish by adding in shredded coconut, fresh lime juice and fragrant cilantro. I promise my cilantro lime coconut rice is a winner.
Marinated grilled shrimp flavored with lemon zest and basil served on a bed of Parmesan couscous is an easy spring and summer weeknight dinner that can be on your table in under an hour.
These Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Brownies are delicious any day of the year not just St. Patrick’s Day. They feature a secret ingredient – Guinness beer!
A copycat recipe for delicious lettuce wraps that you can whip up in under 30 minutes.
Tart Granny Smith apples, meaty pecans and breaded chunks of chicken are topped with a homemade honey orange balsamic vinaigrette.
I love a good apple cider mule rum cocktail. This drink has a boozy burst of pecan and honey rum blended with ginger beer and sweet apple cider. It makes a delicious cocktail for any time of the year.
Need a quick dinner? Make a big bowl of pasta filled with fresh vegetables, flavored with basil pesto and sautéed shrimp.
A true Southern dish, these shrimp and grits are creamy and cheesy and taste delicious. Made with quick-cooking grits, this easy shrimp recipe can be on your table in under 30 minutes.
The addition of corn, black beans and green chilies gives this pulled pork chili a real authentic southwestern taste.
S’mores Brownie Bars are everything you love about a traditional s’more including graham crackers, chocolate and ooey gooey marshmallows. No fire required!
Celebrate winter’s citrus season with a sweet bubbly orange prosecco cocktail that is light and refreshing – my clementine Prosecco spritzer.
Guinness is not just for St. Patrick’s Day. Don’t just drink it – use it in your stews, Shepherd’s pies, brownies, breads and cakes. Use it as a reduction or a mixer for your favorite cocktail.
These sautéed mushrooms are an easy side dish for any barbecue, holiday party or everyday dinner.
This healthy winter stew if chock full of tender beef and vegetables and can be made on the stove top or crockpot.
Broccoli and cheddar go together like love and marriage. You can’t have one without the other, right? That’s why I married these two ingredients in my Oven Baked Broccoli & Cheddar Risotto.
Turn plain ole burger into something gourmet and restaurant worthy. My homemade meatballs are smothered in a rich onion gravy and are the definition of comfort food at its finest.
My raspberry chocolate Chia pudding is made with only four ingredients and garnished with your favorite toppings. It’s a perfect no fuss healthy breakfast.
Salty and sweet with a kick. This pear and butternut squash salad is a favorite winter side dish and it’s perfect for lunch or any holiday get together.
Meaty, cheesy and full of flavor, my New York Strip Steak Sandwiches are my version of classic Philly cheesesteaks.
Need a simple dinner that you can get on the table quickly – one that packs a little heat to warm you up this winter. My Tex-Mex Pork Stew is the answer.
Plan a game day to remember by serving these spicy shredded buffalo chicken sliders oozing with melted cheese and pair of them with a cold premium pilsener.
Ground beef, fire roasted tomatoes, a jalapeño pepper and the right spices are all you need to whip up this pot of easy homemade beef chili.
Put your slow cooker to work and take the guesswork out of what to serve for dinner by making turkey meatball subs using store-bought turkey meatballs.
Creamy pillows of pasta that hint of mashed potatoes, earthy mushrooms and salty pancetta, swirled in a light and creamy sauce. Doesn’t that sound delicious? Want the recipe?
Combine two Italian dinner favorites into one with this cheesy chicken Parmesan lasagna.
Imagine this – the smell of toasted pecans, sweet Honeycrisp apples, nutmeg and cinnamon wafting through the kitchen.
Delicious, melt in your mouth cookies that reminds me of snowballs. The powdered sugar coating, the crumbly texture, the homegrown pecans…these cookies are a delight any time of the year.
Do you need to feed a crowd or a team of hungry athletes? Serve up my healthy protein-rich granola pancake bake for breakfast.
Next time you have company, dress up your dinner plates with these roasted rosemary mini potatoes.
This cheesy corn recipe with Boursin cheese is made with sweet corn kernels mixed with salty pancetta and dunked in a creamy Boursin cheese sauce. One bite and you’ll think you’ve died and gone to heaven.
Jazz up plain jasmine rice with black beans by adding fresh squeezed lime juice and chopped cilantro. It’s an easy side dish that takes 20 minutes.
Love strawberry preserves?
Then make your own at home using fresh picked juicy strawberries and chia seeds instead of pectin.
Take taco night to a new level and serve up these easy and healthy beef brisket burrito bowls for dinner.
Scare up some fun this Halloween with these creative and easy recipes from your favorite Foodiemamas.
Sliders are synonymous with football. There’s nothing better than sitting around on a Sunday afternoon gobbling up juicy, beef sliders while watching football. It’s perfect game time food.
If you have 30 minutes, you can whip up a restaurant-worthy dinner of creamy fettuccine alfredo with hearty mushrooms and juicy chicken. And everything is better with bacon.
A breaded chicken breast stuffed with ham and cheese served alongside roasted Provençal vegetables is an easy dinner that can be served up in under 40 minutes on a busy weeknight.
My decadent mini muffins are filled with dark chocolate chunks and juicy raspberries.
Tender pulled pork smothered in sweet barbecue sauce piled high on a bun is the ultimate sandwich.
Take advantage of these late summer and fall evenings with a grilled swordfish dinner served with a fresh fruit salsa that’s light and delicious.
Fresh sweet blackberries give this barbecue sauce punch. It’s sweet and delicious drizzled on top of grilled pork tenderloin sliders.
A slight variation to the traditional Hemingway which uses grapefruit juice, his recipe uses freshly squeezed orange juice.
Summer is the season for sweet cherries. My cherry and honey ricotta tart is the perfect dessert that is easy to make and delicious.
Bring the flavors of the Hawaiian islands to your table with these tasty grilled mint and honey Hawaiian pineapple shrimp skewers.
Fresh tomatoes, basil and mozzarella top these balsamic vinaigrette marinated chicken breasts. This delicious grilled chicken recipe is on the table in under 30 minutes.
Fresh shrimp grilled pink to perfection is the perfect source of protein for any summer salad. Toss in some nectar sweet blackberries, crunchy almonds and crumbled blue cheese for a lunch worthy meal.
My elderflower mojito is easier to make than a classic mojito cocktail because it does not require a simple syrup. It uses elderflower liqueur!
Enjoy juicy marinated grilled flank steak and summer’s sweet strawberries sprinkled on top of fresh greens.
No time for breakfast? Grab one of my berry banana smoothie pops on your way out the door.
Cool down on a hot summer day with a tart and sweet homemade lemon curd ice cream recipe. It’s a winning combination that reminds me of my childhood.
Salty and sweet, this watermelon chicken salad it’s a perfect way to enjoy a light lunch that’s packed with protein and vitamin C.
Turn a fruity yogurt granola parfait into a special frozen treat that’s delicious for breakfast or a snack anytime of the day.
Add a little crunch to your morning routine by adding granola to your standard blueberry pancakes.
Fresh balsamic strawberries served on toasted crostini with a honeyed ricotta and fresh basil make the perfect party appetizer.
Throw together a healthy Cobb salad with the leftovers in your fridge for an easy lunch or dinner.
This no bake strawberry ice box cake is made with vanilla wafers and screams SUMMER. This dessert is topped with sweet clouds of mascarpone flavored whipped cream and ruby red strawberries.
A 5-liter miniature oak barrel is the perfect size for accentuating the flavor of quality whiskeys and bourbons. If you’re a fan, then this Barrel-Aged Bourbon Manhattan cocktail is for you. It’s a twist on a classic.
This sandwich is all about the crabmeat – your getting plenty of bread via the roll. PLUS a $1000 Cash Giveaway!
Hey Dads! Get your kiddos involved in celebrating Mother’s Day this year by presenting mom with a special recipe the kids can make all on their own.
Turn that oven off! Stay cool with my No Bake Key Lime Yogurt Graham Cracker Mini Pies.
This flaky grouper recipe with lemon and herbs is intended for the grill.
Transform last night’s leftover baked potatoes into a delicious breakfast with these cheesy Incredible Edible Egg & Potato Boats.
This cocktail is a delicate yet sweet and floral tasting martini that pairs together two great spirits, pear flavored vodka and St. Germain Elderflower liqueur.
Add a little Mexican zing to your next batch of stuffed mushroom with the spicy flavor of fresh chorizo sausage and nutty Manchego cheese. This melt in your mouth appetizer is perfect for your Cinco de Mayo party.
Need an easy chicken dinner that grills up in a snap and is tender and juicy? Winner, winner – Chargrilled Lemon Garlic Chicken is for dinner.
This ruby red grapefruit pie recipe is the best dessert to celebrate spring. It includes sweet grapefruit curd and pairs perfectly with the graham cracker crust.
Easter morning is busy so keep it simple with a one pan breakfast everyone will love. These top recipes from some of my blogger friends are sure to become family favorites.
Keep your plans simple with these delicious sides that serve up beautifully on your dinner table.
Cookies for breakfast? There’s no guilt if you’re eating these soft batch oatmeal carrot cake cookies. They’re sweetened with pure maple syrup and packed with healthy goodness.
My Irish apple crumble is made with sweet apples and a buttery brown sugar oatmeal crumble and topped with whiskey whipped cream.
Create a colorful centerpiece that makes a statement using a rainbow of flowers and a variety of containers. You can turn an ordinary bouquet of flowers into something spectacular.
Grilled romaine hearts take on a smokey flavor and are delicious with a drizzle of my homemade Caesar dressing. Grilled outdoors or inside using a skillet grill, you can enjoy this summer classic all year round.
Nourishing Whole Grain Smoothie with Pears, Blueberries & Bananas | www.homeandplate.com | Start your mornings by nourishing your body with wholesome goodness and fresh seasonal fruit.
Perk up your mornings with the nutty aroma of almonds and caramel by swapping in coffee creamer in place of milk in your favorite pancake or waffle recipe.
Create a delicious sharp cheddar broccoli chowder in under 30 minutes with this super easy recipe.
Fresh Cobia is served with a pan sauce of freshly squeezed blood oranges and tangy capers.
Dark Chocolate Panna Cotta with Fresh Blackberries | www,homeandplate.com | It’s a creamy and silky dessert much like custard but more decadent.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart with a colorful arrangement of citrus on a bed of greens. This Winter Sweet Citrus Salad with Pomegranate & Pistachios says “I love you!”
Let love inspire you this Valentine’s Day when baking cookies for the sweethearts in your life. These 10 Valentine cookies are the perfect way to say “I love you!”
Score rave reviews with your biggest fans at your next tailgate with these Sweet & Saucy Shredded Chicken Toppers featuring buttery RITZ® Crackers and Coke Zero.
This easy chicken vegetable soup in the crock pot or on the stove top is chock full of vegetables, low in salt, low fat and high in protein.
My Better Than Takeout Chicken Fried Rice recipe uses five simple ingredients in one dish that packs protein and veggie goodness all in one.
These sparkling Cranberries are easy to roll in sugar and make the perfect garnish or topper for any cake, cupcake or cocktail.
Explore the colors of the rainbow with this low-sodium, high-fiber, healthy delicious dinner. My Wholesome Rainbow Couscous Stuffed Peppers are on the menu today!
Leftover prime filet mignon from a tenderloin dinner is transformed into a hearty and rich beef barley soup that is steakhouse worthy.
Tart, fresh cranberries citrusy pineapple, banana and orange juice are the perfect ingredients for this winter smoothie.
Are you ready for some football? Choose from delicious drinks, appetizers, finger foods and game day grub when planning your game day party.
This recipe is sweet and tart and is the perfect option for any festive gathering. This cocktail is perfect for Christmas Day or your New Year’s eve party.
Each spoonful is bursting with the sweet and tart flavor of fresh tomatoes, the intense taste of the fruit sun dried at the height of ripeness and the salty smoky flavor of the bacon.
These roasted butternut squash cubes are sweet from being tossed in maple syrup and are paired with crunchy toasted pecans and salty pancetta.
This recipe is simple to make and just requires butter at room temperature, some fresh herbs from the garden or grocery and parchment paper or plastic wrap.
Make good use of leftover Thanksgiving turkey with this easy, saucy turkey mushroom stroganoff.
Potato. Tater. Spud. Cupcake?
My Shredded Tater Cupcakes with Gruyere & Bacon is just my fancy way of saying shredded hash brown potatoes.
I hate to throw away a banana just because it’s too ripe. When I have several I always throw them in the mixer and whip up a batch of my moist banana muffins with a streusel topping.
Warm up during these chilly fall nights with a hot and soothing cocktail that takes regular apple cider and kicks it up a notch.
Looking for an easy smoothie recipe that can be whipped up in five minutes on a school morning that’s chock full of protein, fiber and potassium. My Healthy Blueberry Blast Yogurt Smoothie recipe is perfect for busy mornings.
Doesn’t this soup sound delicious? Tender bits of carrot, freshly wilted spinach and juicy meatball morsels with orzo pasta in a flavorful chicken broth.
This is the perfect fall salad that includes perfectly crisp apples with rotisserie chicken, pecans and crumbled goat cheese and topped with a homemade apple cider vinaigrette.
This Salted Caramel Apple Martini – fresh apple cider and caramel flavored vodka make up this fabulous fall drink.
What’s better than starting your morning off right with a healthy breakfast that’s packed with healthy nuts, oats and dried fruits.
Get your kids into the Halloween spirit this year by putting them to work in the kitchen. The whole family can help create these fun and delicious graveyard brownies which will be the envy of all the ghouls and goblins in the neighborhood.
Sweet pumpkin. Salted caramel. Put the two together and you have heaven in a cupcake.
Learn how to make apple cheddar quesadillas with sweet fall Honeycrisp apples, salty crisp bacon and sharp cheddar cheese. They make the perfect lunch or appetizer.
There’s nothing like the sweet crunchy taste of Honeycrisp apples to bring on fall.
Creamy artichoke ravioli with wilted fresh spinach and caramelized mushrooms is tossed with tender grilled chicken.
Fall is apple and pear picking season. There’s no better time to enjoy the fruits of the harvest than with this deliciously sweet and savory Pear Tart with Goat Cheese, Rosemary & Honey.
Oreo cookies are especially delicious when combined with chocolate brownies.
The secret to these classic crab cakes is that the succulent crab meat is mixed with just the right amount of crunchy Panko breadcrumbs.
The taste of the Brie is buttery and creamy and melts quickly on the burger. The fig jam is the sweet condiment that binds the salty flavor of the bacon with the mild flavor of the meat.
A hint of rosemary paired with raw honey and juicy, ripe peaches picked at the height of summer are puréed for this five star frozen yogurt recipe.
Bring authentic Mexican flavors to your table this evening with this delicious Peach Pico de Gallo.
This Peach yogurt parfait is loaded with homemade granola, sweet peaches and blueberries and creamy yogurt. It’s a delicious breakfast or afternoon snack.
Watermelon and lemonade are two great ways to stay cool during the dog days of summer.
This cocktail is tart yet sweet and easy to make with only four ingredients. This Tart Cherry Vodka Sour is on my happy hour menu!
Trays are a great accessory to decorate with. They add that special look to your decor. They are versatile too because they come in many different shapes and forms.
Enjoy this classic French dessert. These peach tarts with goat cheese and honey showcase sweet peaches that caramelize beautifully and pair deliciously with warm goat cheese.
Sweet red and yellow tomatoes picked fresh from the vine and fragrant basil. Isn’t this what summer is all about.
An angel food cake with amaretto flavored whipped cream topped with fresh blueberries, raspberries and blackberries is an easy-to-assemble dessert for any party or gathering.
Make a pork marinade with balsamic vinegar and brown sugar that infuses the meat for a taste that is sweet and full of flavor.
Sometimes you need a cocktail at 5 o’clock. But how many times have you gone to the liquor cabinet, opened it up and asked, “What should I make?”
Leftover barbecued chicken paired with sweet and spicy barbecue sauce with fresh mozzarella cheese = Yum
Return to your childhood by cooling off with a double scoop of Cotton Candy Ice Cream. This candy floss frozen treat will impress even the ice cream man!
Make your small patio garden come alive this summer by using a variety of different sized pots and containers to add the right pops of color.
I’m sharing the simple decorating ideas we used for our screened porch that defines our outdoor living space that we love so much. Keeping it simple and streamlined is key.
This simple basic barbecue rub will lead to raving reviews for anything you grill. Trust me!
Fresh tomatoes and artichoke hearts cooked in a lemony white wine sauce makes for a tangy partner to this firm, low-fat whitefish.
It’s time to get creative with lunch. I’ve got leftover turkey breast from the night before and I’ve decided to whip together some turkey salad sandwiches for the noon hour.
A perfect appetizer for a neighborhood party, these fried ravioli are bound to be gobbled up.
This simple yet versatile recipe results in delicious and tender tasting pork roast that falls apart when you cut it. That’s my kind of pork.
The shrimp are sweet and the spaghetti is tangy. What’s not to love.
Pumpkin and chocolate come together in this moist and delicious fall dessert. Perfect for any party or holiday table!
Coming up with party ideas for the classroom can be a daunting task for parents but it doesn’t have to be. Pinterest is a wealth of ideas. Here is what we came up with this year.
Homemade turkey stuffing with sweet apples and salty bacon is a classic side dish that belongs on any holiday table.
Brine and roast your turkey for the juiciest most flavorful showstopper on your holiday table. Get step-by-step instructions and plenty of tips to make your Thanksgiving and Christmas the best meal of the year!
Pork tenderloin roasted in the oven or grilled on the barbie is a simple, easy meal that takes very little prep work. The pork is flavored with fresh rosemary and thyme from the garden and is wrapped in prosciutto.
Don’t be afraid to step out of the box with this midweek recipe. Wild-caught sockeye salmon is high in protein, vitamin D and Omega – 3 fatty acids. It’s a healthy choice for a mid week meal. And it just tastes so good.
This easy cheesy casserole hits the spot on a cold fall night. Can you say comfort food? What’s easier than tossing together tender bits of roasted chicken breast, hash brown potatoes, shredded cheddar cheese and your favorite mixed vegetables.
This favorite is assembled easily enough with store-bought rotisserie chicken or leftover turkey from Thanksgiving, a bag of your favorite frozen vegetables, refrigerated crusts and a few other pantry essentials.
Be the hero of your child’s classroom party this Halloween and volunteer to bring in a snack that is safe for all. My two ingredient allergy safe pumpkin muffins are easy to make and delicious.