Food columinist, Julie Wells, shares her favorite tips and tricks while cooking in the kitchen.
Avocados are classified as a fruit, and I always thought it was a vegetable.
This Easter Trifle is made up of layers of crushed Oreo cookies, chocolate fudge pudding and topped off with a hollow chocolate bunny, edible Easter grass and Cadbury Mini Eggs.
While on quest of a Spring-like recipe, I typed in “Spring recipes” in Google, and wouldn’t you know a million, well not literally but it seemed like it, recipes popped up that had one common green vegetable appearing in them — asparagus.
Today’s seemingly easy recipe is called Joyful mini muffins.
Pork loin, especially one roasted in a few chipotle spices, can be just as satisfying cooked in the oven or Slow-Cooker.
Brussels sprouts, which by the way as I child I used to call mini-cabbages, have some great health benefits to this leafy green vegetables.
THE RECIPE BOX: A delicious dish, even on the first try
If you’ll recall a week or so ago we ran a recipe for French onion soup casserole, which called for fresh French bread. Well, I had some of the French bread leftover and I needed to come up with a plan to use it so it wouldn’t go to waste.
French Onion Soup Casserole, which is today’s featured recipe, caught my attention by its title alone.
While some of the retail chains are already displaying Easter products and candies, I’m just trying to focus on Valentine’s Day, which, by the way, is like 13 days away.
Most of you probably reference today’s featured recipe as cocktail sausages, but in honor of the upcoming Super Bowl game, we are calling today’s recipe Super Bowl Sausages.
One of my favorite gifts I received this past Christmas was an original Bundt Cake pan.
Skillet Cabbage and Sausage, that is whats on the recipe card for today.
When the instructions of a recipe include “melt a stick of butter and slowly stir in the cream cheese” … you know its going to be good. And that is how today’s featured recipe — Broccoli and Cheese soup begins.
THE RECIPE BOX: Surprise your New Year’s guests with these delightful cucumber and tomato appetizer bites
Hopefully today’s recipe, Cucumber Tomatoes bites, will help you spend a little less time in the kitchen and more time with your guests.
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