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Puff pastry is hands down my favorite dough for cooking. It’s easy to handle and readily available in the frozen section of your local grocery store. Well, it usually is – you never know these days.
I know we’ve all been forced to work on our chef skills – cooking dinner every night for weeks on end, not to mention making breakfast and lunch, too. But with April 14 hailed annually as National Pecan Day, it’s time to hone in on our baking.
After having a long, busy day, the last thing you want to do is slave away in the kitchen prepping and making dinner. Meals that are simple and quick – and at the same time tasty –are a must-have in your recipe arsenal. This Asian-inspired dish is just that.
In a year without coronavirus, my living room would soon be filled with friends cheering on their favorite college basketball teams. While I’m not much into March Madness, I truly enjoy hosting and creating a delicious spread to feed the hungry fans.
With St. Patrick’s Day quickly approaching, I was compelled to share this Irish-inspired dish that’s just as magical as a pot full of gold. It’s a slow cooker loaded with the most delicious beef stew you’ve ever tasted.
So 3.14 also is known as Pi. It’s the irrational number with an indefinite decimal that’s used to find the circumference of a circle. So it should be no surprise that March 14 (3/14) was the day chosen to honor the mathematical constant, which also happens to be Albert Einstein’s birthday.
If you think the Super Bowl, Valentine’s Day and Presidents Day are the only celebrations this frigid month of February, you’re wrong. The biggest – well, tastiest – of them all is on the 27th honoring a cook-off favorite and the official dish of Texas. It’s National Chili Day.
Growing up, I was always my dad’s sous chef in the kitchen. From peeling carrots to whisking sauces, I was very eager to help and learn. As a professional chef, he could cook anything. But cooking and baking are two different things, and he was opposed to the latter. So any baked goods in our house were from a bag, box or can.
Whether you look forward to Valentine’s Day or completely dread it, I have something to make the day as sweet as can be: red velvet crepe cake.
Whether you prefer thin or thick, red or white sauce, meat or veggie, there’s no arguing that pizza is one of the most delicious comfort foods ever. With a blanket of cheesy goodness and an endless array of toppings, this handheld flatbread is a meal on its own and definitely deserves to be celebrated.
January is one of the coldest months and calls for movie nights snuggled on a couch with a warm blanket and bowl of freshly popped popcorn. This popular and easy snack at home and in movie theaters also makes an appearance at annual Super Bowl parties.
Growing up in a Filipino household, rice was a staple. It was served with every meal of the day. Fried eggs over rice for breakfast was my favorite (I’ve even got my daughter hooked). When you break into the egg, the runny yolk seeps into the rice. The coated grains make each bite luscious and rich.
Granola is one of the most versatile snacks. From its endless options of ingredients to how it’s served, it’s a healthy and customizable snack that’s downright addicting.
Super Bowl is fast approaching, and I waste no time planning my favorite part of that Sunday: the food. Finger foods are the best for obvious reasons: They’re easy to make, and you can eat them without putting your beer down (#winning).
Happy New Year, friends! It sure did feel like 2019 flew by, and it also felt like I ate a year’s worth of food in the last two weeks of it. However, I have no regrets.
Looking for a new and impressive dish to serve at your holiday gatherings? Or wanting to add a little pizzazz in your usual lineup of weeknight meals? I have just the recipe for you: bacon-wrapped pork loin.
Appetizers are an essential part of holiday entertaining. They kick off the communal feel with guests grazing about while sipping on cocktails and chatting. Plus, they buy you some extra time for finishing touches on dinner prep.
The windows are frosted. Fires are crackling. And hats and gloves are a must. Winter’s here in full force, and, when it comes to food, it’s definitely not salads we’re craving. ’Tis the season of comfort food.
Alexa, play Christmas music. Besides five simple ingredients, that’s all that’s needed to set the mood for the most delicious time of the year. Christmas has me merrily baking and cooking away, and decorating cookies for Santa – well, three for Santa and the rest for ourselves – is a family tradition.
Cornish game hens cook up fast and are ultra moist and tender – no slaving over the oven and worrying about them drying out like you would with a turkey. I’ve been wanting to try game hens with one of my favorite cooking methods for chicken: beer-can style.