These crisp, savory little snacks are best enjoyed fresh from the fryer, piping hot and oozing with pink-tinged goat cheese.
Nothing beats a hot, steaming cup of coffee in the morning. Nothing, that is, except an icy cold-brewed coffee in the afternoon.
Here is a traditional recipe for dill pickles. Unlike quicker refrigerator pickles, these require some cooking and a waiting period until they are ready. But their flavor and crunch make it worth it!
If you’ve ever been afraid to make your own pickles, fear not. This method doesn’t require boiling, canning or measuring–or even a formal recipe.
These crisp, savory treats make a tasty appetizer — or even a small meal — sure to please any crowd. Make them as shown with ham and chicken or experiment with other fillings.
Sofrito is a basic tomato and onion sauce that provides the backbone for many Spanish recipes, and while it’s a mostly red sauce, the caramelized onions are the real stars of this show.
Here’s a truly genius way to quickly slice grapes–or any other small round things–in half.
This cold chicken salad–a perfect combination of interesting flavors and textures–will transform any summer meal into a “Winner, winner, chicken dinner!”