Game day has returned! Whether you are tailgating at home or at the main event, these ten tips make preparing for the big game a breeze.
With colorful layers of beets, sweet potatoes, and parsnips, and a honey brown butter sage sauce, these oven roasted root vegetables are simple to assemble and a gorgeous addition to your fall table or your holiday meal. Make it up to three days in advance and bake it on the big day.
Enjoy your summer berries as long as possible with tips to sort, wash, and store for maximum shelf life. With 18 delicious berry recipes too!
Fire up the grill and get ready to elevate your next family celebration with this grilled steak featuring grilled peaches and grilled sweet onions topped with basil pesto and balsamic reduction.
Easy lemon bars with a buttery shortbread crust and a luscious lemon filling. Perfectly tangy and sweet, they are the best lemon bars I’ve ever tasted.
Small batch strawberry rhubarb jam with a hint of ginger and lime. With no-pectin added and less sugar than store bought jam, it’s an excellent way to preserve the flavors of summer.
This homemade strawberry shortcake will make you ditch the store bought version for good. With brown sugar cardamom biscuits, lime macerated strawberries, and vanilla whipped cream it’s an elegant twist of your old summer favorite.
No bake peanut butter oatmeal bars are a little bit sweet and a little bit savory. A quick and easy homemade treat that you can make from pantry staples.
A little bit sweet and a little bit savory this apple bacon beer bread is a delicious addition to lunch, brunch, or an afternoon snack. No-knead, no yeast, and no time spent rising makes this beer flavored quick bread a tasty homemade treat.
Overnight breakfast casserole with hashbrowns puts a hearty, homemade meal on your table with minimal morning effort. With sausage, egg, and cheese, it’s got all the staples of a classic American breakfast in one dish.
A grazing board is the ultimate way feed your friends the next time you entertain at home. With something for everyone, all that is missing is the wine! AD
Dinner is over but these Holiday Dessert Recipes are here to turn some heads!
Soft, chewy oatmeal cookies with dark chocolate chunks and tart, dried cranberries for the perfect balance of sweet. They are our family favorite and I hope they become one for you as well.