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Category Archives: Appetizers
Lox aren’t just for cream cheese and bagels! How about adding it to toast with avocado? A healthy breakfast on the run or as a part of a great brunch! And it’s SUPER simple!
We had a lot of visitors this last year and we thank each and every one of you that came and supported our site! Here are recipes for the top ten most visited posts of 2016 – If you’re looking for … Continue reading
A traditional Christmas Eve dinner in many Italian-American homes is the Feast of the Seven Fishes. It supposedly started in Southern Italy as la vigilia (the vigil) symbolizing the wait for the birth of Christ. This meal is not a … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is nearly here!! I’m starting to gather ideas and recipes so I can plan our menu. Here are some that might help you do the same! Even one for the kids – ____________________________
Fried Pickles – I tried this southern favorite for the first time and fell in love with the snack. After some experimentation, I came up with this really good recipe – that was eaten really fast! I’ll be doubling it … Continue reading
I’ve had tomatoes sitting in the window ripening – the last of the tomatoes that were still green on the vine. Well holidays call for appetizers and everyone loves chips and salsa! Here is a salsa that is sure to … Continue reading
The first week of November is National Fig week – a celebration of the nutritious gems! Packed with vitamin A, potassium and calcium, these sweet flowers, yes flowers, can be used in many ways! The fig itself is actually the … Continue reading
Did you know that October is National Pretzel month? Who knew? Well here are some pretzels that celebrate the spooky season! Are you ready for some tasty eyeballs??
It’s time to bring out all those scary foods to celebrate the season of fright. Here’s a spooky version of jalapeño poppers!
You’ve made your Savory Roasted Pumpkin, lots of pumpkin breads and cookies, even a few Jack-o-Lanterns. And you have seeds. LOTS of seeds. Last time you cooked them they were tough and didn’t taste very good. But they can be … Continue reading