Emily and I were speaking the other day about the things we like to serve as appetizers at parties like the kind you might have for a Superbowl get-together. I was trying to think of what the layered taco dips
These thin, crispy leaves-of-green have been quite popular over the past year or two. As someone who has a fondness for potato chips (but knows that I really should be eating more veggies), I was eager to try them out.
During grad school, I worked at a coffee shop and one of the many highlights of this job, was the yummy drinks and pastries that we could enjoy during our shift. One of my favorites this time of year was
I begged for, I mean received, this recipe from a sweet lady named Paula Chapman several years ago, after trying the batch that she made. To me, with the combination of vine-ripened tomatoes, peppers, onions, and fresh cilantro, it is
Source: Claire Robinson- 5 Ingredient Fix Ingredients: 1 pound thick sliced bacon (check out our specials!) 1/2 cup maple syrup 1 tsp Dijon mustard Finally ground black pepper, optional Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. 2. Line a
Whether you are tuning in for the big game, the commercials, or both…one thing that everyone can agree on is the need for great-tasting, easy-to-serve party foods. This dish is so versatile, so use the recipe below as a framework
Let me just say, that I LOVE this dish and I’m sure that you and your guests will too! Ingredients: 2-3 Becker Farms boneless/skinless chicken breasts (or consider making a whole chicken–see note below–and use part of the meat for
One thing that I hear from time to time from folks at the farmers market is “Oh, I can’t ever seem to get through a dozen eggs before they go bad…”. Seeing as how I can use a dozen eggs