Fast & Easy Oven Roasted Baby Back Ribs. Juicy tender and succulent oven roasted baby back ribs made easy! An easier way to make pork ribs ‘barbecue-style’ without the use of the grill is to boil them in water first, tenderizing the meat while it removes most of the fat and then oven roasting them with your favorite BBQ rub or sauce.
Need a delicious cake and one you can whip up in minutes and wow your guests? Then try this Pineapple Banana Spice Cake! Super moist and delicious, this pineapple banana spice cake is loaded with crushed pineapple, mashed bananas, warm spices and topped with a simple frosting. With a melt-in-your-mouth quality and a luscious vanilla cream cheese frosting, this cake will have your guests asking for more!
Fennel and Grapefruit Salad is a light, crunchy and flavorful salad made with slices of fennel, red onions and black olives, topped with chunks of pink grapefruit; and it is dressed with a lemony vinaigrette to give it a wonderful twist of sweet and tart flavors with every bite.
Swiss Chard Steamed with Tomatoes, Garlic and Olive Oil is a simple recipe with a simple preparation but makes a huge impression with flavor! A wonderful leafy green vegetable with long white stems, Swiss chard is filled with vitamins and antioxidants, and it tastes sweeter than spinach! It is an overlooked vegetable by many shoppers simply because they don’t know what exactly it is or what to do.
10 Most Popular Recipes in 2018. Let’s do a recap for 2018! Shall we?
It’s so much fun looking back and seeing what were some of the most popular recipes we posted. See if any of your favorites made the top 10 list! Nevertheless, we want to thank you for allowing us to share our adventures in the kitchen this past year with you!
Here are the 10 Most Popular Recipes in 2018…
January 6th, The Story of the Epiphany and La Befana. Our family always celebrated the holidays in a big way, especially Christmas! There is something wonderful and magical about maintaining traditions. In our family, the Christmas season begins on Christmas Eve and ends on January 6th!
Things to Clean Out in the Kitchen! As we put away our holiday decorations, it’s also a good time to clean out things in the kitchen. As we all know, so many things easily pile up around the house, and not only will a big purge make you feel more organized, it’s also great for our minds.
Each year I clean out my spice rack, vitamin cabinet, and even the medicine chest, purging items that have expired. Even the refrigerator gets an over-haul too but I do that often. Here are some helpful tips for things to clean out in the kitchen!
Eating Pork and Lentils is an Italian tradition and considered a good luck meal on New Year’s Eve. Every year we celebrate New Year’s Eve with family and friends and always serve a simple dish of lentils and a dish of pasta made with a pork sauce and it’s usually served before the ball drops. Then it’s followed by a toast with a glass of Prosecco or Champagne to bring in the new year!
Peppermint Bark and Dark Chocolate Almond Kisses. Peppermint bark and dark chocolate almond kisses are the perfect last minute Christmas treat! We love making chocolate bark for Christmas. Chocolate barks are the easiest thing to throw together, and every year the peppermint bark has become a signature in ringing in the season!
Like all barks, simply melt chocolate, then pour over parchment paper (like little pancakes or disks), freeze to harden, then repeat with white chocolate and top with bits of peppermint candies. So simple! You’ll love making these every year!
Whether you are planning a seafood dinner or looking for new ideas for seafood dishes to make, here are 12 Easy Seafood Recipes for you to choose from. Enjoy!!
Chocolate Crinkle Cookies are chocolate cookies loaded with unsweetened cocoa and rolled in powdered sugar just before they are baked to give them their unique and pleasing wrinkling appearance. Chocolate crinkle cookies are found in most popular cafes and coffee shops around Charleston, South Carolina, but this is a super easy recipe so we can make these favorite chocolate crinkle cookies right in our own kitchen!