The 4th of July has come and gone...but it's never too late to share great recipes! Here are some of my recipes that I entertained with over the 4th with family and friends. I hope these give you ideas for the rest of your summer or for next year's 4th of July menu.Pasta Salad:printable recipeThis . . .
Do you ever go to Godfather's Pizza buffet and rush, shoving all of your gazillion kids out of the way, to make sure at the end of your meal you get their dessert pizza?You know, the one that is loaded with streusel and icing over a delicious sweet, cinnamon crust? That's the one.I don't need . . .
Have you had a chance to plan your 4th of July, menu? This is how you create memories and traditions. Winging it will never do. Vision what you want it to look like, from the guests (even it it's just your immediate family), the menu that you would like to possibly make year-after-year, to create . . .
I've always wanted a mandolin because I dreamed (I really did) of making my own potato chips. The price of the big ones was something I wasn't willing to purchase, which was around $40. Plus the fact that I don't like collecting a lot of appliances...they take up too much space. But I did buy a . . .
This hamburger was an inspiration of Bobby Flay (my hero). This is no ordinary burger. It is cooked over a charcoal grill, topped with melted bleu cheese, crispy bacon, beef steak tomatoes with a little kosher salt and cracked black pepper, avacados, and dressed greens. All on a toasted hamburger . . .