When we were newlyweds, my in-laws would visit us armed with dinner. I remember loving my mother-in-law’s Cavatini Supreme recipe, a pasta casserole with ground beef, pepperoni, red sauce and loads of gooey mozzarella. I received a Lagostina casserole in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
My blogger friends and I are sharing the Best Easter Menu Recipes to inspire you as you plan your holiday feast
I’ve used a lot of cheater pizza crusts over the years, but I’ve finally found a recipe that’s worth the extra effort. I whipped up this Homemade Sausage Mushroom pizza from scratch, down to the homemade yeast dough!
This moist, scrumptious Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake was popular when I was growing up. We got past the ewwww factor of the mayo once we took our first bite! It’s seriously one amazing cake!
Pork is a popular entree at our house. Often I’ll take my favorite chicken dijon recipe and whip up Pork Chops Dijonnaise, with a creamy mustard sauce!
Boy, do I have a treat for you today! If you’re a huge fan of peanut butter desserts like I am, you’ll be tickled with the Best Peanut Butter Lovers Recipes I’m sharing today.
I have one of the pickiest husbands in the world. Just ask my friends. But despite his extra discriminating palate, he adores Blue Cheese Salad Dressing! I find this hard to comprehend, but I’m not complaining!
Some of my loyal readers may remember my infatuation with soft, chewy oatmeal cookies. I’ve made them plain, with butterscotch chips, with chocolate chips, and loaded with chips, dried fruit and nuts. This scrumptious batch of Triple Threat Oatmeal Cookies was full of semi-sweet chocolate chips, white chocolate chips and butterscotch chips!
The guys in this family would choose chocolate over cheesecake every.single.time…the deeper, more intense the flavor, the better. I’d much rather have a fruity dessert or cheesecake. This recipe was chosen by a friend, who happens to be a fabulous baker, for her weekly bake along…I held off as long as I could, but finally […]
This Le Cirque Crème Brûlée recipe was the first I ever made and no other version has ever surpassed it! Le Cirque’s Legendary Crème Brûlée Recipe Martha Stewart featured this recipe one of her shows nearly 20 years ago. I had never even tasted crème brûlée, but knowing Bill was a fan of custard desserts, I […]
Homemade Baileys Irish Cream is simple to whip up and makes an awesome holiday gift. Package your homemade in a pretty bottle with a festive label and ribbon it will be received with big smiles. Homemade Baileys Irish Cream Each Christmas, I put on an apron and bake batch after batch of cookies and stir […]
I grew up with a big rhubarb patch in our backyard. On occasion, my mom would surprise us with this Classic Rhubarb Pie. Double crust, no custard, just plain delicious! Classic Rhubarb Pie I’ve mentioned before that my childhood desserts were usually vanilla ice cream topped with Hershey’s syrup if we had dessert at all. […]
I finally recreated the amazing Zucchini Fritters I first fell for at a local Italian Restaurant. Perfect for a starter or side dish. Now you’ll be begging your friends to unload their garden zucchini at your doorstep. Zucchini Fritters Tavola di ToSa was the former Italian restaurant of Tony Hanslits, an incredible local chef. I […]
This super simple Maple Glazed Salmon is quickly cooked under the broiler for a healthy, gourmet entree. I did not become a fan of maple till I graduated from the artificially flavored maple syrup of my youth to the caramelized liquid gold actually tapped from maple trees. Depending on the when in the season it […]