When I saw Chef John’s post for Potato Roses on the All Recipes site, I knew that I had to try them. They looked not only beautiful, but also delicious, and perfect for any occasion!
Chicken Kiev is elegant dish made with a breaded tender chicken breast wrapped around an oozing core of herbed butter. Done correctly, the crispy Chicken Kiev releases a flowing stream of herbed butter when you cut into it.
If you do much baking with chocolate, you probably know that many recipes call for a small amount of espresso powder. The reason is that a bit of espresso powder significantly enhances the chocolate flavor in cakes, brownies, etc., without causing your treat to have a mocha flavor.
It’s now grilling season, and ribs are a definite classic for summer grilling. These tasty Grilled Baby Back Ribs are slow cooked in the oven with a dry rub, and grilled to perfection over hot coals with the awesome Bourbon Infused Grilling Sauce.
Red White and Blue Backpack Cookies aren’t quite an oatmeal cookie, nor are they quite a chocolate chip cookie. Rather, they’re bursting with an array of flavors and textures sure to please the Cookie Monster in your house. In addition, their chewy center and crispy edges make them the perfect addition to your holiday picnic basket or hiking backpack.
Fresh Tomato Tart is a luscious creamy based tart topped with flavorful garden fresh tomatoes in a flaky puff pastry crust. It’s a snap to make and is an absolutely delicious way to use the bright red tomatoes from your garden.
Two of the best things about summer (well, almost summer!) are homegrown tomatoes that actually taste like tomatoes and Vidalia onions. This summer salad combines the tomatoes and onions with cucumbers and an awesome dressing. It’s perfect for your Memorial Day cookout!
Shrimp Newburg in Puff Pastry Shells is an easy, but elegant entrée for your next dinner party. Succulent shrimp in a spicy cream sauce spooned on crispy puff pastry says it all!
For a quick and refreshing salad, you should try Mardi Gras Salad, even though Mardi Gras has long passed. It is so named because its Mardi Gras colored ingredients – Green, Purple, and Gold!
As Memorial Day approaches, thoughts of cooking out and anticipating the hot days of summer are sure to surface. My sister at Grits and Pinecones and I decided to team up once more to bring you our very favorite, mouthwatering recipes for a perfect Memorial Day cookout.