I had three themes going at once: Indian-inspired, potluck-friendly and Chinese dumplings. Surely – surely, I could make this work, right?
As the time passed, the house began to fill with a wonderful, comforting, mouth-watering smell. Needless to say, dinner was delicious, and I barely had to lift a finger!
Quiche is very versatile fare – it can be eaten for breakfast, brunch, lunch or even dinner.
With a bowl of sweet, spicy nuts, and a mug of heady Glühwein, The Laura Show took a well-deserved timeout. I highly recommend it, and you know you deserve it. Happy holidays!
In my book, mac & cheese means large bites of al dente pasta filled with gooey, oozy cheese sauce, topped with a crunchy breadcrumb topping, hot and bubbling right out of the oven.
I took a standard rice pudding recipe and turned up the volume by adding pumpkin, spice and a generous helping of brown sugar and bourbon whipped cream.
I have a recurring problem. Every Saturday morning, while on my grocery run, I buy too many bananas.
During my last hair cut, my stylist made an alarming and worrisome observation. “I’m loving Flyer Foodie,” she said, “I just wish you’d do something… easy.”
The flavor of the pears was distinct but not overpowering, and provided just the right amount of sweetness to offset the saltiness of the Maytag and the peppered bacon.
Light and airy, sweet and warm, Dalken are a real treat. Next time you have a craving for an afternoon pick-me-up, treat yourself to something special.
To tend to my stuffy head, I made a huge pot of soup this weekend from some of the gnarliest, cutest root vegetables I got at the Farmers’ Market.
Beginning this fall season, Dickey Farms will be opening their pumpkin patch to the public.
My own dear husband, who after graduating college a number of years ago, has gone back to school to become an architect. My first concern, of course, is keeping him fed.
Beets taste like dirt. And who willingly eats dirt? Not me. That is, until recently.
At any social gathering that my mom is invited to, her deviled eggs reign supreme.