This one is a keeper. Crispy and creamy at the same time …if that is even possible. With the help of prepared ravioli from your grocer’s refrigerator, you’ll be enjoying these tasty treats in a matter of minutes.
Gluten-free. Sugar-free. These guys can easily be vegan. They’re not too sweet. They have the texture of a rich brownie. And did I happen to mention that they are delicious?
How can this be? One-pan. Really? It’s true, folks. What you see here was totally created in one skillet …from start to finish. And the best part? It’s absolutely delicious.
For the vegetarians out there. This one is wholesome and hearty. And delicious. Just add bread and you have a meal.
We all seem to have a thing for chips & dip. There’s something so satisfying when you grab a chip by the hand and lower it into that bowl of yummy dip. You can choose how much dip you’d like …not too much …not too little. It’s like being in control of the situation.
There’s a restaurant in Hoboken, NJ that’s on the top of our “go-to” list. Zack’s Oak Bar & Restaurant. We’ve been there many times over the years since our son and daughter-in-law have made Hoboken their home. One of Zack’s house favorites is their Stuffed Chicken …happens to be my husband’s favorite, too.
Chicken + bacon + cheddar jalapeño popper cups. Whew …that’s quite the mouthful. I’m not talking about the name of this amazing appetizer. I’m talking about the explosion of flavor contained in one of these little gems.
Every once in a while, we need to indulge in something rich and delicious. If you want to impress your family and friends, try this one on for size. Not too heavy. Not too creamy. Definitely rich and delicious.
Roasted cabbage. Sliced nice & thin …almost like a wide noodle. Add a generous amount of crunchy bacon and toss it all together in a delicious creamy sauce. Sounds like a perfect side dish to me. Especially on a chilly winter evening.
Since several of those closest to me cannot tolerate gluten, I often find myself searching for gluten-free recipes. When you consider that one of those above mentioned loved ones is my 9-year-old granddaughter, the challenge is usually focused on the sweeter side of things …like cookies.
Sometimes the whole homemade thing is more than just being able to say you made it yourself. It’s really about knowing what ingredients go into the food we eat and serve to our loved ones.
I came across this recipe while spending some down-time on Pinterest …searching for a specific seafood chowder recipe. Even though it tends to be addictive, you gotta love Pinterest. You just never know what might pop up and catch your eye. Like this one.