Here’s a fun game day main dish or just for an every day dinner for football fans. This is a recipe adapted from ivillage.com and it’s easy to make. It has the addition of carrots to add just a little bit more of a nutritious punch. You can also shred vegetables like zucchini and addRead More
If you’ve ever wondered how they make that deliciously moist and sticky rice in Japanese restaurants, wonder no longer. It’s easy as picking up some sushi rice at your local grocery store (most large chains carry it) and following these instructions. Serve with your favorite Teriyaki or enjoy it on its own.Read More
Chiffon pie is made with gelatin and beaten egg whites so it is light and fluffy. It typically has a graham cracker or cookie type crust and may include a layer of whipped cream to give it an extra airy feel. When you think Chiffon, you probably first think of Lemon Chiffon pie as it’sRead More
While this recipe is a veggie-based, your favorite meats can certainly be added. Whether you want boneless chicken, strips of beef or shrimp, you can add them to this recipe quite simply. Chow mein is a very versatile recipe and you can even substitute or add veggies if you prefer.Read More
Satay is a traditional dish that consists of marinated meat on a skewer that is grilled and then served with sauce. It originated in Indonesia, but is served in a number of different countries. Here’s a delicious Thai version with curry that you can serve with peanut sauce. This recipe includes lemon grass, which isRead More
When you think of squash, you’ll likely think of summer squash and pumpkins. However, if you’ve never tried sweet acorn squash, a winter squash, you’ve been missing out! Although they typically are served as part of the main meal, this recipe is a great way to eliminate the need for a dessert and sneak inRead More
With only a 5 minute prep time, this recipe is perfect for a quick holiday or any-day meal. Whether you’re cooking for two or need a quick veggie dish to serve unexpected guests, you can whip this up in a flash. Not only is it nice to serve with a main meal, but it’s superRead More
A meat and cheese platter is a great addition to any party and surprisingly easy to prepare. You can use a wide variety of meats and cheese or keep it simple with a smaller crowd. You can provide crackers or bread, so people can assemble their own sandwiches too. Creating your own meat and cheeseRead More
Having trouble getting the family to eat Brussels sprouts, even though they’re really good for you? Here’s a little sinful variation…bits of bacon and a little bacon grease. Certainly, this isn’t not an every day vegetable, but a little green leafy indulgence now and then is a must. If you’re making a big meal, thisRead More
No matter how they’re cooked, nothing says summer like a moist, delicious rack of barbecued ribs. Ribs need to be cooked slowly to become tender and juicy. While one might think of ribs as needing to be smoked, that isn’t the case. There are several ways you can make mouthwatering barbecued ribs without the expenseRead More
Who doesn’t love a slice (or two) of fresh banana bread, particularly when chocolate is involved?
Here’s a surefire chocolate banana bread recipe that will keep everyone coming back for more.
This recipe makes 2 loaves, but you may want to double the recipe and freeze the extra loaves because they’re so good!