I love a good party, and what I love even more is throwing a good party. For me it’s all about having friends over, making fabulous food, sharing new recipes with them, and visiting for hours. Sometimes I don’t have hours to spend on party prep, then my Quick and Easy Party Tips come to the rescue!
GIVE ME ALL THE Cheesecake Swirl! This nicely spiced Zucchini Bread has a big fat ribbon of Cheesecake right through the middle of it.
Looking for a new tasty meatloaf recipe that everyone can agree on? Try this Bacon Cheeseburger Meatloaf and you won’t have any complaints about dinner tonight!
This recipe for Blueberry Oatmeal Bars makes a 9×13 pan full of Blueberry Bars, perfect for lunches or enjoying with a nice hot cup of coffee. Crunchy bar on the bottom, tempting fruit filling, and a light crumble on top, what could better?
Red Dragon Fruit is sweet, juicy and wonderful in so many ways. You can use it in a fruit salad, smoothies or try these Vegan Dragon Fruit Popsicles, sure to please the whole crowd on a hot summer day.
You know when you have a good idea, and you work on it, and it just doesn’t come out as you planned? That’s how I came up with this recipe for Smokey Coffee Barbecue Sauce. It’s the perfect sauce for brushing on grilled meats, it’s definitely a bbq sauce but it’s different at the same time.
I don’t know about you but my rhubarb is in full on full force production. This recipe makes 8 mini-loaves but you can also make it into a nice big fat 9×13 coffee cake. Any way you make it this Rhubarb Bread with Streusel Topping is a surefire hit, so be sure to freeze enough rhubarb to make it all winter long.
I shared the original Rhubarb Oatmeal Bars recipe several years ago. It remains a perennial family favorite. That all-time family fave inspires this recipe for Strawberry Rhubarb Oatmeal Bars.
Homemade Gravlax or Lox is one of my FAVORITE things to make when the salmon season gets underway here in Alaska. I use my favorite recipe year after year, it’s a good one made with vodka, lemons, and dill, and it’s ALWAYS fabulous. This is a foraged riff on that old fave!
Dandelions are just ONE of the edible weeds in your yard. Yes, you can eat them! (I call that gardeners revenge) You can steam the greens or make a salad, make jelly from the flowers or tea from the roots, but today we’re talking Dandelion Greens Pesto!