Always seeking a great cookies recipe. Cookies are so easy to make and fun to share. This copycat recipe, Mrs. Field’s White Chocolate Chip Cookies from Butterwithasideofbread.com (great name for a culinary page) is terrific. We amped up the white chocolate morsel by ½ cup. Excellent outcome. Enjoy.
Egg salad, one of our favorites. We have been on the hunt for the best egg salad recipe and found this one from Tast of Home, Creamy Egg Salad, to be one of the best so far. Lots of great flavors – red pepper, pickle relish, green onion, cream cheese, parsley produce an excellent egg salad! Enjoy.
Anything chocolate is great, right! So we had to try these Chewy Chocolate Cookies from Allrecipes.com. They turned out great, very chewy, somewhat like a brownie just as the recipe stated. We used pecans our favorite nut for cookies. Enjoy!
12 Tomatoes never disappoints. Their Cheesy Caprese Casserole is spectacular. A delicious blend of the traditional caprese salad in a fluffy quiche-like texture. This is so easy to prepare and bakes up so beautifully. Almost too pretty to cut into, but once you do you will be back for seconds. Enjoy. Thank you 12 Tomatoes! Yummy!
The secret is out! Here you go with the best egg salad ever, we have the secret ingredients now…cream cheese, mayo, onion powder, garlic powder…and it all comes together for a delicious and oh so easy egg salad. Thank you Kitchendreaming.com for sharing this delicious version of a decased old staple. All we need now are some garden fresh beef steak tomatoes! Enjoy.
NOTE: Oh and if you are wondering how to cook the perfect hard boiled egg and one that will peel easily, Martha Stewart has the secret! The science behind this artform is revealed.
We made our own soda bread for St. Patrick’s Day and it was so great. Try NYC Irish Soda Bread next St. Patty’s Day or any day in between. Delicious, moist, we added a few more raisens, just because. This soda bread is a great compliment to the NYC corned Beed and Cabbage recipe from the same site, Food.com. Per the recipes, these are authentic recipes from a great grandmother named, Delia O’Dowd and all the other NYC Irish Cathlics. Who knew this was created in the states! We assumed the leprechauns ate it too! Enjoy.
We love hearts of palm and found this easy and scrumptious salad recipe on foodiecrush.com. It was so easy to make, has all the favorites, grape tomatoes, hearts of palm, red onion and a nice dressing with red wine vineager! Light, fresh, enjoy.
Delish, one of my favorite sites, offers lots of great and easy recipes and they did not dissapoint with thier “Best Ever Crab Cakes“. Assembly is easy, lots of great and flavorful ingrediants – mayonnaise, dijon mustard, worcestershire sauce, favorite hot sauce all blends up for a great entree.
And of course you need a great Remoulade Sauce. Drive Me Hungry offers a great remulade sauce / crab cake sauce – very easy to make, and a delicious complement to the crab cakes. Enjoy!
NOTE: We subbed in whole wheat panko – kind of on a panko kick!
The Spruce Eat’s recipe for Fish Florentine is a keeper. If you are looking for an easy weekday meal, this is one to keep on the rotation. Any white fish will work. Prep time is minutes and the results are delicious. Enjoy.
Note: For the best results with frozen spinach, thaw and dry it well. As well as the fish, use paper towels to dry well. We assembled and baked in individaul oven proof bowls, makes for easy and beautiful plating.
Food and Wine never dissapoints! And they sure did not with this recipe – Creamy Polenta with Burst Cherry Tomato and Red Wine Ragout . The picture caught my tastebuds and so it was a must try. First the polenta prep is spectacular with the garlic, milk and thyme – turned out delicious. And then there is the ragout! Oh my, easy to prep and delicious. This would be great with some of those beautiful heirloom tomatoes, for taste as well as color – could not find these but the grape and cherry tomatoes cooked up great. We used a syrah red – turned out very well. Enjoy!