A few small details help make this the best apple pie you’ve ever baked.
This salad is loaded up with juicy pear, tart pomegranate, pecans, gorgonzola, all on a bed of fresh baby spinach and drizzled with a citrus orange poppyseed vinaigrette.
I love the lemon zing of these green beans. Meyer lemons are less acidic than standard lemons, and their zest and juice have an herbal, even floral, undertone that makes them yummy.
This fresh and delicious summer salad is an explosion of flavor!
This is a delicious variation on my mom’s amazing cheesecake recipe. It’s a nice addition to a Thanksgiving Desert table.
Spooktacular dessert for Halloween!
These adorable Frankenstein Cupcakes are great for a halloween party.
Adorable and simple, these marshmallow ghost cupcakes come out booodeful.
This little bitesize Caprese skewers are quick to assemble and beautiful on a tray.
Fair warning: set out a tray of these jewel-like apricot, goat cheese, and almond morsels at your next party, and they’ll likely be gobbled up in a matter of minutes.
This whole grill-roasted chicken is rubbed with an intense spice paste and then basted with a tangy honey glaze on the grill for a double dose of flavor. It’s easy to double for a summer BBQ.
There is nothing like a tomato salad on a warm day, it’s a great addition to any barbecue.
This delicious salad tastes as good as it looks!
These mashed potatoes are delicious and easy to make. They are a lovely addition to a Thanksgiving feast.
Fresh basil, cherry tomatoes, red onion and feta cheese make the sweet and savory filling for this colorful breakfast or brunch omelet.
Nothing says summer like corn salsa, it’s also great with grilled corn or as an amazing use of left over summer bbq supplies.
We love mango salsa with shrimp tacos and seared scallops or just with chips! You can’t go wrong.
Using sorbet you get the slushy effect with a lot less mess and effort! Plus they are VERY yummy.
Enjoy with crusty bread for a no-cook dinner, or serve as an antipasti platter at a party.
This nibble builds on the classic pairing of cheese, dried fruit, and nuts. A splash of balsamic vinegar helps bring together all the flavors. The crostini are best served right out of the oven, though they can also hold for an hour or two at room temperature.
A few bar basics and some kitchen staples are all it takes to put together this crowd-pleasing party spread. Plus the ability to make theses ahead and freeze them for up to a month make them great for weeknight guests.
These are a nice twist on the classic sugar cookie, the cinnamon is a nice addition and the glaze is just the right amount of sweet and spicy to make you smile.
Who doesn’t love chocolate and hazelnut in a cookie — Nutella… I mean ‘nuf said.
These are so pretty and the white chocolate is a great surprise!
Oh so pretty on a cookie platter and mint-y festiveness!
Make thanksgiving stress free with this agenda… no thought necessary 😉 This timeline is for 5pm guest arrival, 6pm dinner.