Marble Cake is enjoyed and liked by many people. It is the white chocolate glaze that makes this recipe much more delicious. Do not skip making thie glaze, you will be pleasantly surprised. The recipe is based on the M. Stewart recipe from the “Baking Handbook”. Here is her recipe for the marble cake. The cake can be kept in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
Tomato Ricotta Tart perfectly complements the taste of ripe tomatoes. This dish satisfies most tastes. Light but filling.
Refrigerator Pickled Jalapeño Peppers are delightfully tangy and easy to make. This condiment is ideal for sandwiches, meats and salads. They will last up to one month in the fridge. Take only a few minutes to make.
Chocolate chocolate chip coffee cake is wonderful for all chocolate lovers. The small addition of jam makes it moist and light with an intense chocolate taste. The cake stays fresh for up to a week. It is very simple and quick to make.
Classic cranberry sauce recipe delivers a pure taste of cranberries. Uninterrupted flavor that greatly supplements any roasted meat or cold cut. Very fast and simple to make. Lightly sweetened and delicious.
Sauteed brussels sprouts with bacon will change the way you feel about eating brussels sprouts. They are crispy and flavorful. Perfect as a side dish or eaten alone.Taste great warm or cold and can be prepared ahead of time. Delicious and healthy.
Apple turnovers are perfect with a morning coffee. This is a simple and delicious recipe that uses very few ingredients. The flavor comes from apples without the use of cornstarch, pie spices or excess sugar. The result is an ideal breakfast pastry.
Popovers are similar to Yorkshire Pudding. They are made out of four simple ingredients and are light and fluffy, ideal for a weekend or holiday breakfast. There are a few secrets to making the recipe bulletproof that you will find here.
Classic coleslaw salad was invented by Dutch people. They called it Kool-cabbage Sla-salad. This recipe is quick and simple with just right amount of dressing. It will feel light and not over seasoned.
Chicken tenders make a fast and delicious weekday dinner. They are simple to prepare and always come out perfect. Family favorite, will satisfy even the pickiest eaters.
Coconut macaroon cookies are an American invention. This four ingredient recipe is fast and ideal for the last minute dessert or a potluck party. They are moist and decadent and very elegant.
Vanilla chocolate chip muffin recipe was inspired by a bakery style giant muffins. They are light and soft in texture and not too sweet. Always tall with a wide muffin top. Pair well with a morning coffee!
Tortilla wraps are simple to make and offer a great alternative to traditional lunch or breakfast sandwich. They can be layered with any ingredients. There is only one necessary staple and that is cheese of any kind. It will bind the layers and make them even more delicious.
This is the best beet salad. Baked beets pair divinely with blue cheese or goat cheese, pistachios and parsley. Sprinkled with olive oil, balsamic vinegar and a dash of salt and sugar. Perfect served cold. Can be eaten alone or with any meat or fish.
This sour cream coffee cake is loved by all who taste it. The nut swirl adds flavor and moisture. Perfect dessert for a weekend afternoon or a potluck.
This is a very special pumpkin bread recipe. It comes from the “Joy of Cooking” book. The loaf can be made with any mushed squash, sweet potatoes, yams or pumpkin. What makes it truly unique is the addition of spices, nuts and dried fruit.
Shrimp and corn chowder is perfect for colder days. The addition of red pepper and thyme flavor the soup in a different way than clam chowder. The soup has a slight sweetness to it and is not too heavy. Very filling and comforting. Great with a piece of crusty bread.
Curried zucchini soup is flavorful and comforting. Indian curry, cumin and chili pepper add edge and interest. Topped with sharp cheddar cheese, the soup is irresistible.
This exceptional chicken meatloaf recipe has been a favorite for many years. It is juicy and flavorful; perfect for a casual dinner or a special occasion. The recipe has room for a few additions to suit different tastes. It can be divided into individual loaves or easily doubled. Just make sure to only make the quantity you want to bake.
Balsamic Vinaigrette is one of the most used/versatile dressings. It pairs well with most greens and vegetables and the salad will complement meat or protein. My liking of this simple dressing started with a small lunch place I frequently visit. I noticed there that no matter what kind of salad plate I ordered, balsamic vinaigrette …
Curried chicken salad offers tasty variation on cold chicken salads. It is flavorful, yet delicate. Vegetables add texture and crunch without overpowering the taste. This is a crowd pleaser.
This chickpea salad is loosely based on Mediterranean style of salad. It is light, healthy and full of flavor. The seasoning is very well balanced with just enough of it to coat the main ingredients and not overpower their natural flavor. It is lovely and delicate – definitely worth having in one’s cooking repertoire.
These pumpkin muffins are soft and full of flavor with just a hint of orange, cinnamon and nutmeg. They will lift your mood and will make you feel warm on a cold morning.
Old-fashioned brownies are based on the recipe from the 1952 edition of “Joy of Cooking”. My family loves this cake and calls it “the best brownie we ever ate”. These “fudge squares” (as they were also called) are irresistibly chewy and delightfully chocolatey. This is as a result of the recipe using a significant amount of butter and real chocolate. The preparation is very quick and the batter should be baked in a shallow (9×13 inch) pan. The cake is not tall but it produces a natural crust. When it is cold, it needs to be cut into squares. The original recipe suggests 1 x 2 inch bars (54 in total).
Carrots with butter and parsley are quick to make. They have a bright color and present really well. More importantly, they are sweet, tender, and loved by everyone.
Preparation is swift with peeling, trimming the ends, and either slicing them on the diagonal (1/4 inch thick) or cutting them into sticks. I prefer sticks and I keep them relatively thick (about 1/3-1/2 inch).
Slow cooker beef stew is my family’s most favorite cold weather dish. The aromas, the richness of the sauce, and most importantly, tenderness and flavor of the beef are unforgettable and hunting. Slow cooking has a huge advantage in cooking beef as the long process always results in soft and juicy meat.
Chocolate pecan banana bread is by far the best type of banana bread I have ever had. Surprisingly, it is lighter and less sticky than typical banana bread and, in my opinion, more flavorful and elegant-looking. In this recipe, there is a good balance of chocolate and nuts. Using half the amount of nuts than chocolate benefits the overall palette of this cake. Pecans can be substituted with walnuts with a slightly less mild taste. Additionally, rum can be added to spice it up a little, although many people will prefer it more mellow in taste.
Mandarin orange muffins have a pleasantly subtle and light taste. They are not too sweet and pair well with a morning coffee. In my home, these muffins disappear on the same day they are made. The recipe is quick and requires very few ingredients that are basic. It uses mandarin oranges and their syrup, resulting …
This recipe for Pumpkin Cheesecake by Emeril Lagasse came to me by chance. I was immediately drawn to it in one of my feeds for its simple ingredients and easy-to-follow steps. I knew right away that I could bake this cheesecake with ease and decided to give it a try.
The result exceeded my expectations. This is by far one of the best tasting cheesecakes I have ever made.