So, pork is nowhere near as popular as chicken or beef. It’s on the sidelines, waiting for someone to pick it. Sure there are meats behind it, but given its qualities and diversity its hard to see how the glorious pork chop trails so far behind steak and chicken breast in the popularity contest. Continue reading
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Delicious Reuben Sandwich with Persian Pickles!
This recipe is not rocket science, I mean its a sandwich. There’s not much to a sandwich but a Reuben sandwich, you gotta make it right! Continue reading
The Finest BBQ Shrimp Ever: Recipe Included
When it comes to shrimp, you have to get it right. And when we say “get it right,” we mean you gotta give that shrimp an extra kick to make it “smack daddy good looking.” Continue reading
Coconut Rose Panna Cotta & Peaches!
If you want a fast and easy dessert that does not take too long to make and tastes delicious, this is the dessert for you!! Continue reading
Summer is Here! Here’s Whats in Season!
After a long hiatus, and I mean a really long hiatus!!! I AM BACK!! Summer is here and there are so many beautiful fruits and vegetables in season!! Continue reading
Cranberry Chestnut Challah Stuffing
Your search for the best stuffing recipe of the year for Thanksgiving is over! Check out this amazing recipe!! You won’t be disappointed! Continue reading
Delicious Apple Maple Crisp Cupcakes
It’s not often that I come across amazing recipes that I am dying to share, so when that happens, you know I have a good one!!!! Continue reading
Roasted Butternut Squash & Bosc Pear Soup
Put aside your Chicken Noodle Soup and try something different with this amazing Butternut Squash & Bosc Pear Soup! Continue reading
Roasted Spaghetti Squash
As I mentioned before, Squash season is here!! Other than the butternut, delicate, acorn, kabocha, ok they are all my favorite. But, this one is #1 on my favorite list! Continue reading
Fresh Corn Sauté
Are you tired of the same old sides to serve at Thanksgiving!? Impress your guests with this Fresh Corn Sauté as a side and they will finish it all! Continue reading