Easter Bunny Bark contains only two ingredients and takes minutes to make. It is sure to delight your family and friends who gather for your Easter celebration!
Pâte Sucrée or French Sweet Pastry dough is a key ingredient in classic French dessert tarts. It is a sweet, crumbly French pastry that is easy to make and is often filled with pastry cream and topped with fruit. Pâte Sucrée is similar to Pâte Brisée, but includes egg yolks and sugar. I used the…
Tagalongs are one of the most popular Girl Scout cookies. The Girl Scout cookie recipe for Tagalongs marries the buttery shortbread cookie with basically a peanut butter ball – peanut butter mixture covered in chocolate. While the Girl Scout Tagalongs are good, these Ultimate Tagalongs are out of this world extraordinary!
Ever wonder how to make a Perfect Poached Egg? Almost every morning, I watch the Lazy Man, a.k.a. Master Taste Tester, perfectly poach an egg for his breakfast. He doesn’t use any gimmicks or special equipment – just an 8-inch nonstick pan and a slotted spoon. As he often tells me, “there’s always an easier…
Reuben Egg Rolls are the perfect St. Patrick’s Day appetizer, and the perfect way to use any leftover corned beef. Like the traditional Reuben, these Reuben Egg Rolls are brimming with not only corned beef, but also sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Russian Dressing. They are sure to keep your leprechauns coming back for more!
Irish Apple Cake, known as Kerry Apple Cake in many parts of Ireland, is the perfect St. Patrick’s Day dessert. Lots of tart, crisp apples create a super moist cake that is baked to perfection. With its crunchy top, Irish Apple Cake is amazing when served warm or cold.
If you like Reubens, you’ll go crazy over this easy to make Reuben Quesadilla. Mounds of corned beef, sauerkraut, and Swiss cheese are sandwiched between a flour tortilla, with Russian dressing on the side. It’s perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration or any time for that matter!
Crème Fraîche is hard to find and is incredibly expensive when you do find it. Believe it or not, it’s quite easy and very inexpensive to make. I’ll show you how!
When you hear the term Étouffée, you are likely to think of the New Orleans delicacy of shellfish cooked in a roux based stew with vegetables and seasonings. For an incredible variation, you should try Chicken Étouffée. It’s the same roux based stew made with the “trinity” and served over rice. However, chicken is the…
Irish Nachos are the perfect appetizer for St. Patrick’s Day. Kettle potato chips are loaded with two cheeses, bacon, tomatoes, sour cream, and green onions. These nachos are sure to put a jig in your step and a smile on your face.