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Before making swiss steak, I hadn’t a clue what it was. During a phone call with my mom, she brought up a dish that consisted of beef that was braised in a tomato gravy with onions. The way she nostalgically raved about its rich sauce and tender meat, I was intrigued and knew I had to give it a try.
Everyone should have a handful of go-to appetizers for potlucks, parties, snacking or game days, and especially those that require minimal ingredients, pack big flavor and can be made in advance. Jalapeño poppers, with their kick of spice, are one of my favorite apps but are quite tedious to make.
Eggs. They’ve been over easy, scrambled, poached and boiled – you know, the usual. From sunny side up to frittatas, we’ve had this protein-packed breakfast star in every way possible – or have we? If you haven’t heard of “egg clouds” (also called “egg nests”), it’s an egg-citingly new and fun way to enjoy the first meal of the day.
Summer is coming to an end, and I’m literally wrapping it up with one of my favorite seasonal recipes aptly named summer rolls. Also known as fresh spring rolls or salad rolls, these Vietnamese rice paper bundles are packed with crisp veggies, bright herbs, shrimp and noodles.
The first time I heard of monster cookies was about 5 years ago after my husband returned from a hockey road trip in Canada. He came home raving about some cookies that a friend’s dad had made and brought to the rink where they were playing.
With minimal ingredients, fresh herbs and pops of brightness, this heirloom tomato and ricotta tart is perfect for summertime dining and entertainment. It’s as stunning as it is delicious and couldn’t be easier to make.
These cupcakes – these cupcakes are everything. Actually, I don’t think I should even be sharing this recipe. I feel like it’s something I should take to the grave, leaving my family and friends who were lucky enough to have one grieving the loss of them, as well.
Breakfast casserole is my go-to for weekend brunch or holidays. Sweet or savory, they are completed quickly the night before and are oven ready when you wake up, giving you time to relax with the family instead of bustling away in the kitchen.
A Cuban mojito is crisp, ultra-refreshing and tasty, making it the perfect drink on a hot day. But instead of getting your straw ready (biodegradable, of course), grab a spoon because we’re turning that classic concoction into rich, creamy ice cream.
Firing up the grill is a time-honored tradition for the Fourth of July, but before you plan on the traditional menu of burgers and hot dogs, check out this delicious and stunning version of tacos al pastor. Al pastor translates to “shepherd’s style.”
Sunshine and popsicles go hand-in-hand. They’re the ultimate cooldown treat on a hot summer day. However, we aren’t 6 anymore, so frozen colored sugar water and a stained tongue are not as appealing.
Just like the Fourth of July is celebrated with fireworks, the Fourth of June deserves them, too. Why, you ask? Because it is a day honoring one of humankind’s all-time favorite foods – the king of dairy: cheese.
Are you all ready to celebrate? Because Wednesday isn’t your average Wednesday: It’s International Hummus Day honoring the delicious Middle Eastern dish that can be dipped, scooped, slathered or dunked.
This Mother’s Day, let Mom sleep in and surprise her with the best kind of breakfast there is: one made by someone other than herself. (And don’t forget to do the dishes, too!)
With Cinco de Mayo falling on a Tuesday this year, tacos might seem like the obvious way to celebrate. But we’re rolling away from the “Taco Tuesday” trend – literally – and going with taquitos.
Did you know nearly every day of the year is dedicated to honoring food or a culinary creation? This month alone has more than 40 food holidays celebrating things like jelly beans, shrimp scampi, pecans, pretzels, empanadas and oatmeal cookies.
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.
These few days of not being able to belly up at my favorite watering hole or meet friends at our usual pizzeria have felt like an eternity. Thankfully many of our go-to spots offer takeout and delivery options, giving us a delicious taste of normalcy during this uncertain time.