Roasted peaches simply another way to enjoy delicious fruit
Banana bread is one of my all time favorite comfort foods. No matter to me if it is sliced, shaped like a muffin or baked into the form of squares, there aren’t too many things that says comfort food like a good banana bread recipe.
Ask and you shall receive … at least that worked for my husband, Kevin, when he requested Caprese salad as part of his special Father’s Day meal.
Keeping in mind that my husband follows the Paleo way of eating now, I knew with Father’s Day approaching I wanted to ask him in advance if he would like for me to cook him a special “cheat” meal.
Today’s featured recipe could also be referred to as the lazy man’s version of Chicken cordon bleu, it is easier to make this way, and in less time - a southerner’s way of making this French dish.
I did it, I finally did it. I’ve finally conquered my fear of cooking Salisbury steak.
Being a huge fan of any kind of fluff salad recipes, you know the ones that are made up of fruits, mini marshmallows and Cool Whip, well I knew when I ran across this recipe titled Banana split fluff salad, that we would be in for a treat.
Papa, my grandmother, loved making these boiled-to-the-perfect-tenderness potatoes as much as he loved eating them. He was a jolly-soul who loves Jesus, loved his girls (grandma and me) and he loved to cook. He so much fun to watch in the kitchen.
If you love hot wings, but hate the mess that comes with eating hot wings, then today’s recipe should make you happy.
Are you in need of a new summer salad to add to your collection of recipes? Today’s featured recipe is a carrot and raisin salad, a side dish that is as delicious as it is versatile.
Much to my surprise, today’s recipe, mixed berry punch, is the perfect mixture of sweet and tart in a glass, or in a punch bowl, depending on how many people you are serving.
Everyone should have a cake recipe on hand that doesn’t call for eggs, butter and oil.
Food columinist, Julie Wells, shares her favorite tips and tricks while cooking in the kitchen.
Avocados are classified as a fruit, and I always thought it was a vegetable.
This Easter Trifle is made up of layers of crushed Oreo cookies, chocolate fudge pudding and topped off with a hollow chocolate bunny, edible Easter grass and Cadbury Mini Eggs.
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