Nothing tastes more like Autumn than a delicious bowl of homemade pumpkin ravioli in sage brown butter sauce, especially when garnished with toasted pecans and a dusting of amaretti cookie for a tiny touch of sweetness. I like to serve this with a starter of Read More..
The Star of Your Menu
Designing a menu isn’t an easy job! There’re several things you need to consider when shortlisting dishes before you land on the perfect combination. Undoubtedly, the most important item on your menu is the main dish you’ll be serving. It’s the star of your meal! Everything else on your menu is based around it.
We’ve all got our go-to main dishes that we love to fall back on when it’s time to invite guests over for dinner. But hey, serving the same meal over and over again can get a little boring, both for you and your dinner guests. You don’t need a complicated dish to up your game! With our easy-to-prepare main dish recipes, you’re in for a treat! Say goodbye to the same old Turkey roast, and say hello to Seared Sea Scallops, Tex-Mex Fajitas, and Shrimp Paella! Check out our food blog for detailed recipes and guidelines.
These adorable Mummy Hot Dogs With Spider Web Sauce are a great way to celebrate Halloween and feed the kids before trick or treating or starting the Halloween party at home! What kid (or adult, for that matter) doesn’t love hot dogs wrapped in crescent Read More..
This comforting shepherd’s pie is a hearty, warm casserole that is an entire meal in itself. Ground beef and vegetables in a rich gravy are topped with a cheesy, fluffy, mashed potato topping. I like to serve this beside a simple vegetable salad, like my Read More..
This Scary Halloween Spider Pizza is the perfect kid-friendly dinner to celebrate Halloween. It’s easy and tasty, plus the kids will enjoy helping to make and decorate it! Make it a party by serving the pizza along with Bones And Bloods Breadsticks and Sauce, Severed Read More..
This iconic Pittsburgh style ham barbecue sandwich is a craveable chopped meat sandwich simmered in a sweet and sour sauce. Every family in Pittsburgh had their variation on the recipe. My family adored pickle relish in ours. I love the tart, dill pickle tastes with Read More..
If you’ve never had ‘Jewish Penicillin’, then you are in for a treat! This classic matzoh ball soup has tender, rich matzoh balls in flavorful homemade chicken stock. This recipe is a weekend project, but it serves a lot of people, freezes beautifully, and is Read More..
Is there anything that feels more homey and comforting than a roasted chicken? This lemon herb-roasted chicken takes your mom’s Sunday roasted chicken and bumps it up a notch. It’s flavored with fresh lemon, thyme, rosemary, and sage, onion, wine, and chicken stock. It’s moist, Read More..
Why not take advantage of the last of the warm evening grilling opportunities. These grilled bbq pork chops are juice, tender, and so flavorful with the dry rub and the barbecue finishing sauce. I like to serve the chops with Old Fashioned Fried Apples, Southern Read More..
This decadent sandwich is an iconic Kentucky dish. Kentucky Hot Browns are open-faced turkey sandwiches with tomato, bacon, and a cheesy Mornay sauce. Add this classic dish to your Kentucky Derby party! If you’ve ever traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, the Brown Hotel is a must-see. Read More..
Chicken piccata is one of those dishes that brings back memories of Sunday dinners, laughter with family, and home. Tender chicken is coated and pan-fried, and then coated in a tangy, salty lemon butter sauce with capers and parsley. It’s an old school Italian classic Read More..
This easy grilled tequila lime chicken is full of spicy Southwest flavor and yet is easy enough for a weeknight meal. I love keeping a container of grilled, boneless, skinless chicken breasts in my fridge. They make it so easy to slice and put on Read More..
Grilled meats are just perfect for backyard 4th of July parties, and these fall off the bone baby back ribs will not disappoint. They are tender, juicy, sweet, and just a little spicy. Start them in the oven, then finish them on the grill. Another Read More..
This is an Italian-American classic that is almost a one-pot meal. It’s tender pieces of chicken, potatoes, and green peas that are braised in a savory, garlicky, herb-infused wine broth resulting in a mouth-wateringly flavorful dish that will leave your family asking for more. I Read More..