These melt in your mouth — nicely seasoned traditional deviled eggs, dipped in bread crumbs, a little egg and flour, then fried in peanut oil to give them a crispy exterior.
Since cocktail parties have gone the way of the DoDo bird, try a hot chocolate party instead. Everybody loves it, and you’re part of a long tradition — hot chocolate was reportedly served at Catholic mass in Spain ages ago. (And you thought folk mass was something?) (Faith Note: You can skip all this and […]
Transplanted Texan Lisa Fain grew up in a family that counted making their own breakfast sausage a time-honored tradition. Borrowing on this tradition, and understanding that most of us aren’t out back raising hogs, Lisa created this recipe, working until she knew her grandpa would be proud. This sausage is simple because it’s uncured, yet […]
Great for Thanksgiving and eight other months of the year—Corn Bread Stuffing Muffins baked in a muffin tin. How about passing that around at your holiday table? I found this recipe in the November issue of Cooking Light magazine, and had to give it a whirl. Sure enough, it’s a winner with grownups and kids. Try these […]
Don’t expect an ounce of leftovers from this dish. It’s a crowd-pleaser, destined to make your dinners the most coveted invitation on the block. Or, bring the pie to your next potluck, and watch it disappear in minutes. Anyone, and I mean anyone, can make this mouth-watering dish. As one famous actress said about lamb […]
This simple, flavorful spice rub is one of my favorites, and will transform your roast turkey as it cooks sitting atop a bed of fresh rosemary sprigs. The best part is that you can make the rub ahead, then freeze it or store it for when you need it. When I led a food and […]