The massive spits of roasting gyro meat, the hot pitas, the potato salad-topped Greek salads, the display cases full of unpronounceable pastries, the lemon potatoes, the tzatziki, the Greek spaghetti…
How do you teach a 9 yr old to bake and decorate a cake?
Sure, the meatballs on their own would make a phenomenal snack and bacon jam on a cracker by itself is food fit the gods, but put it all together and the result is the stuff they write songs about!
I have cooked pork belly more times than I can count and used my instant pot weekly to get dinner on the table in record time.
The result is all the goodness of a jalapeno popper stuffed inside of a crispy wonton wrapper.
So, how do you get in on the Cranberry Cider Syrup game? Simple. Make some yourself. Make extra and give it to a friend. Or make extra, hide it in back of the refrigerator, and don’t tell the kids that it’s there!
These little gems are lightly coconut flavored, surrounded by toasty coconut, filled with tart key lime curd, and then, if that weren’t enough, drizzled in white chocolate.
I’ve never been one for tradition, so it’s only fitting that I go a little outside-the-box when it comes to teacher gifts during the holidays.
I love pasta. When I moved away to college, my mom joked that as long as I had a box of spaghetti, I would be fine & not starve. Over the years, that statement has become more truth than joke. I love pasta and consider it a pantry staple. There’s hardly a week that goes…
The real name of this sandwich was “Sweet Tea Brined Cornbread Crusted Chicken Biscuit with Fried Egg,” and the more accurate description is even longer. However, the sandwich itself, regardless of name length, is one cohesive, Southern-inspired, piece of heaven, and while it seems difficult to make, it’s actually quite easy. **My tip is to…
Recipe for mess-free jalapeno poppers baked in wonton wrappers.
Make ahead pumpkin muffins using a cake mix and done in less than 30 minutes.