“Trifle” is a traditional English dessert consisting of layered, fruit-soaked sponge cake, custard, and fruit.…
Do you wish that you could consistently cook good-looking, good-tasting hard-boiled eggs?
Working with yeast dough can be intimidating, so let this step-by-step tutorial allay your fears. You’ll be making some terrific dough.
Five minutes of steaming will yield tender-crisp asparagus stalks with just the right amount of crunch.
Apple crisp, crumble, or Betty is a great way to use those apples that are starting to get old, since they got pushed to the back of the fridge during the holidays.
Eastern cuisines often feature meatless meals. It makes sense to look for inspiration from these cooking styles, notably for their use of fragrant spices, dried fruits, fresh herbs, nuts, and grains to achieve satisfying dishes.
This cookie dough is made with whiskey!
Try Christine’s Fizzy Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail for an easy, refreshing drink at your next holiday or New Year’s party.
This is a family recipe that you’ll pull out again and again.
I love it when the pudding is still a bit warm, with sweet cinnamon sprinkled on top.
Making shredded chicken in your slow cooker will save you time and money during the work week.
If you keep a box of yellow cake mix and vanilla pudding in your pantry, you’ll always have this “Go To.”
Lentil Salad with Fresh Herbs is a welcome addition to the summer buffet table.
Here’s a tasty, low-carbohydrate, and gluten-free appetizer that travels well.
My husband (a dessert expert) swears that this sauce is better than the fancy stuff I’ve bought before.
You can roll out the dough dusted with flour or powdered sugar. If you use powdered sugar, it will make crisper cookies.
You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to make this delicious ham and bean…
Squash’s high fiber content will help you feel full faster, so starting your meal with a small bowl of soup may reduce your caloric intake overall.
Experiment with various frozen fruits. You’ll be amazed at how easy and delicious your sorbet really is.
Use simple syrup to sweeten iced tea, lemonade, cocktails (bourbon sidecar, cucumber-line craft cocktail), homemade sorbet, salad dressings, smoothies, and the like. It will become a kitchen staple.
I’m gonna go ahead and call this Easy Pumpkin Cake, although the original recipe says…