Kick off a Super Bowl celebration with mouthwatering football fare that is worth dipping into. Just in time for the big game, the yummy taste of bacon and cheddar cheese is a winning combination.
Four different berries make a juicy, traditional dessert that’s best served warm from the oven. Leftovers can be reheated briefly in the microwave. You can also use varying combinations of berries if you like. Just make sure to use the same total amount of berries called for in the recipe.
Looking for an impressive winter dessert? Try this stunning cranberry snow cake.
This is not, properly speaking, a “mixed drink” – it is served neat with only one ingredient, bourbon. But such a bourbon as you have never tasted! It has been infused for a week with apples, cinnamon and vanilla until it goes down like a fine sweet port, leaving you feel warm and comfortable.
A pretty new way to color Easter eggs.
Panna Cotta, an Italian dessert, is simply cooked cream made solid with gelatin. You could make this pink treat light purple instead by substituting blackberries for raspberries. It is very important that the puree is pressed through a very fine mesh strainer or the texture will not be right.
This marinade really penetrates into the duck breast, giving it a rich, distinctive flavor.
Pasta with meatballs in tomato sauce is the comfort food dinner dish.
This is really fantastic summer season food, It’s very simple to prepare and perfect for picnics.
Mexican rice at its base is onions, garlic and rice that is cooked in chicken stock.
This quick and warming cauliflower soup recipe uses the texture of cooked onions and cauliflower to make a creamy soup from puréed vegetables and milk.