These are a beautiful and easy way to sever fresh fruit at a party.
We love mango salsa with shrimp tacos and seared scallops or just with chips! You can’t go wrong.
This is such a refreshing dessert, the pomegranates pop in your mouth and the are a lovely pair with the bitter chocolate.
Enjoy with crusty bread for a no-cook dinner, or serve as an antipasti platter at a party.
We all want to try to eat what is in season, but what IS in season? Well now you know, here are three charts that tell you when vegetables, fruit and herbs are in season.
These are really yummy and very quick to make. The blueberries pop in your mouth, and even tough I’m not a huge fan of white chocolate, they are the perfect addition to this bread pudding.
Turn those tequila shots into a frozen Honeydew Cucumber Margarita popsicle!
This key lime pie recipe has a sour cream topping that cuts the sweetness and is just delicious! You will love it!
My mom used to make this when I was a kid, and it’s so yummy that even Melissa loves it. Plus as Uncle Ralph used to say it’s… “Cool and frothy.”
This is my signature dessert and the dish that made Melissa fall in love with me. It’s really lovely in the summer and light and delicious.
I really love lemon flavored… well anything… and these tangy bars are just delicious.
A crunchy pecan topping plays up the fall flavor combination of cranberries and apples. Using a combination of apple varieties delivers an unexpected range of textures and tart-sweet flavors.
Whenever I serve this appetizer people can’t believe how yummy it its. It’s ewey gooie delicious.
Tart apples and cranberries are tempered with a nutty, sweet streusel and a hint of cinnamon ginger and nutmeg .
Melissa’s favorite pie and the reason she named one of our machines… MMMPIE. This pie never has left overs.
This thanksgiving staple is simple and delicious, also a big help because it can be made two days in advance.