We were invited to Easter Dinner at our friends home and were asked to make an appetizer.
To some, this may seem like an easy task. But for me, I would not decide on what an appropriate appetizer for Easter would be.
I decided on a crostini, because it is durable and would act as a blank canvas! If you follow me on Snapchat if have already seen me making these live! Join me for all the first look at all my recipes! 🙂
This is for the last minute folks who need an Easter Dessert in less than 20 minutes.
Yup, 20 minutes.
It’s a S’mores Skillet that uses Peeps to make it colorful and festive.
Deviled Eggs also known as angel eggs, Russian eggs or just stuffed eggs. There are thousands of variations, and each region in the US has their own variation.
I was asked to create a deviled eggs recipe for the Fred Meyer Easter E-book. Check it out here. Thank you to Fred Meyer for sponsoring this post 🙂
By now, you know I love cheesecake. And when I’m not making rich, fluffy New York style cheesecake, I like to turn them into bars!
I love a spicy tomato sauce. My favorite way to enjoy a robust, rich, spicy sauce is with seafood.
I created this recipe for Fred Meyer’s Taste of Spain Event! A special thank you to the Kroger Stores for sponsoring this post! 🙂
You can shop the Taste of Spain Event at your local Kroger and Fred Meyer Stores beginning April 3rd!
Today is Pi Day.
No, not a misspelling. I mean, Pi: the ratio of a circles circumference to its diameter. 3.14159265359 🙂
My 10th grade math teacher, Mrs. Garrity would be proud 😛
I first made ricotta cheese at home, after watching Stephen Lee make it on MasterChef. I was in awe! How did he manage to make cheese in a competition?
I remember watching my grandmother make labneh at home, but never thought about doing it myself (lazy millennial? Idk…)
Well, I looked up some ricotta recipes and to my surprise they were fairly simple and I had all the ingredients at home. You will need a cheesecloth (or a nut milk bag), which can be found in most grocery stores.
It’s National Oreo Day! 😀
I love fried dough (I mean doughnuts).
And cookies. And cupcakes. But we don’t always eat ‘bad’ dessert.
It was Hussein who prompted me to make this dessert. One evening after dinner,