Here is an amazing dessert recipe round up that will have guest bragging after the family BBQ. This post will definately get you in the patrotic mood as we aproach the 4th of July. Enjoy and let me know which one is your favorite! Continue reading →
Mardi Gras is French for “Fat Tuesday,” also called Shrove Tuesday. It is the day before Ash Wednesday, which marks the start of Christian Lent season leading up to Easter. During Lent, many Christians fast, and the name Fat Tuesday refers to the last day of eating richer foods before the leaner days of Lent begin. Continue reading →
When it comes to unconventional ingredients in margaritas, black raspberry makes the top of the list. But unless you’re bellying up to a downtown craft cocktail bar, nobody has time to mess with muddling. This Memorial Day I have the perfect cocktail for simply irresistible and refreshing.
I love using my Slow Cooker to prepare dinner for the week. One of favorite recipes to make is garlic ranch pork chops. Looking for a simple alternative for your holiday dinner here’s a recipe for you.
Rhubarb is actually a vegetable, but is often used in food as a fruit. In the United States up until the 1940’s, it was considered a vegetable. It was reclassified as a fruit when US customs officials, baffled by the foreign food, decided it should be classified according to the way it was eaten.” Here’s Grandma’s Rhubarb Pie By Chef Jamie McFadden it’s so good.
There are several fruits that just scream summer and one of top is Strawberries which is my favorite! Their prime season is during the summer when they are plump, red and juicy. Although they are good picked fresh, there are also many recipes you can make with them. From cakes to popsicles to drinks, strawberries can be used in many more ways than you may have thought about. Continue reading →