It's coming! You knew it would come. Thanksgiving is just days away. Whether you've never attempted to cook a turkey or you've done hundreds of them, the thought of taking on The Bird is already a daunting task. Ultimately, you can ensure that the turkey you serve will be safe to eat, crispy on the … Continue reading The Attack of the Turkey!
If you've never tried adding chili powder to your chocolate, trust me, this will change your life! The tradition of adding chili to chocolate is prehistoric. People who know about these things estimate the combination extends as far back as 350 B.C. when the Aztecs and Mayans fermented cacao beans, added chilies, and drank it. … Continue reading Hot Chocolate to Lift Your Soul
Have you ever been at a wine tasting and wished there was more than the usual cheese and small bite canapes to snack on? Usually, if there is meal quality food served, it's no longer a wine tasting, but a catered dinner. I don't know about you, but I want to relax when I'm having … Continue reading Throw A Relaxed “Wine Pot-Luck” Party
One of the greatest things about being a mom is getting to cook for my daughter. She's the reason I get up in the morning, the reason I eat right, and the reason I push on to be a better me. I want the food she eats to be good for her and satisfying and … Continue reading A Reason
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These simple, crunchy, buttery pieces of bread are great with Italian food or French food or as a base for piling cheeses, meats, and dips for hors d'oeuvres. Buttery Garlic Crostini Ingredients: 1 Large Loaf of French Bread 1 Stick of Butter 1 Tablespoon Kosher Salt 1 Tablespoon of Parsley Flakes 1/2 Tablespoon of Garlic … Continue reading Buttery Garlic Crostini
Join the Pickle Party! Elect dill! Experts predict a Green Wave!!! Sorry. I really am a dork. I'm not much of a canner. I'm just too impatient. I like quick pickles in jars in the fridge. I pickle just about anything, but I should really share the classics. These good old fashioned dill cucumber pickles … Continue reading Garlicky Dill Pickles