Artichoke hearts alone can make me a very happy person! It’s a known fact that they are the best part of the artichoke!! Coat them in breadcrumbs, fry ’em up and serve with a dipping sauce; I’m ready to party!
I love lasagna, but I’m not a big fan of making it. It always looks a little messy when I make it. I would prefer to make a tray of stuffed shells, baked ziti or lasagna rolls! It looks better and I like that it has less ricotta cheese.
I LOVE Christmas morning. How could it get any better? Christmas tree is lit, presents everywhere, the kids are happy, my coffee is brewing, and the smell of cinnamon fills the air as breakfast bakes….
I had some items in the pantry and was itching to make a quick holiday treat. I had vanilla flavored almond bark and thought what is easier than that? Really nothing. It’s so fun and such a nice treat to give away around the holidays. We made it with some hot cocoa and enjoyed it on our visit to a holiday light show.
My Aunt June has been making these cream cheese cookies for years. She is a pro. They are so delicious and the perfect size that you can just keep popping them in your mouth! I guess that’s really not a good thing, but it really is!
My sister Jen has been making this lentil and sausage soup for a while. She was stuck home in a blizzard, so I was finally able to get her to write down the recipe for me.
This is the perfect dessert to make for that special someone in your life. They will appreciate it and your love will shine through. I got this recipe from my mom’s recipe book. She used to make these when she entertained. I loved them as a kid and I love them now. This is one of those simple recipes that looks like you spent hours preparing.