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This easy and tasty weeknight dish that’s always a family favorite. Tender chunks of marinated chicken are skewered, then lightly breaded and grilled to flavorful perfection. They’re versatile enough to serve on a salad, in a pita, or as hors d’oeuvres for a party.
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What could be more perfect for the end of Mardi Gras than a luxurious and decadent brunch of Creole Eggs Sardou? It’s hangover food, but with a kick! Creamed spinach, sauteed artichokes, and poached eggs are layered in a bowl and topped with velvety hollandaise sauce for a greener, more decadent take on a classic Eggs Benedict.
Fruity yet delightfully tart, this Purple Rain Cocktail will take you back to your younger days, listening to your ‘Walkman’ and cruising in your boyfriend’s ‘84 Firebird convertible. This cocktail is purple, fruity, and very refreshing. It’s perfect for game day, girl’s night out, Halloween, Easter, or any evening you desire a tasty libation.
Thinking about what to do with your leftover holiday turkey? Why not reinvent a classic grilled cheese with sliced turkey, brie, and a leftover cranberry sauce spread? This sandwich is so delicious you may be making it year-round with rotisserie chicken from your grocery store and canned cranberry sauce.
These individual skull calzones are the perfect, gory, macabre, Halloween dinner idea that you need to feed your family and ensure the kids will eat! This recipe is easy – refrigerated pizza crust dough, mini pepperonis, shredded cheese, ricotta cheese, and sauce make these spooky treats even better than the plain personal calzones you get from your local pizza place.
Trying to get something nutritious into your kids before they go Trick-Or-Treating and embark on a week-long sugar high is challenging, at best. Luckily, Zombie Finger Stew comes to the rescue – delighting the kids with the gory zombie fingers and satisfying mom’s need to provide a veggie-dense meal they’ll actually eat.
Severed Monster Finger Cookies are creepy yet scary enough to display for your Halloween party! A buttery shortbread dough, red jam, and simple shaping make for a bloody, scary, and delicious Halloween cookie treat. Have the kiddos help shape and decorate them!
This is a better-than-take-out recipe that is sure to become one of your favorites. A classic Greek sandwich of soft, pillowy pita bread stuffed with slices of garlicky, savory meat, fresh tomatoes, crunchy onion, and a cool, creamy Tzatziki sauce. This recipe only looks involved. It’s easier than you think!
Learn the history behind Sunday brunch, and why Galuppi’s restaurant in South Florida is the best destination for your breakfast and lunch favorites.
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