There’s nothing better than a Classic Meat Lasagne for a comforting family meal or to feed a crowd. This recipe is the best I’ve ever tasted. I think it’s the homemade, slow simmered Bolognese sauce that makes all the difference. If you want to make a lasagne that will take it over the top, this is it!
It’s time to re-think Brussels Sprouts. If you haven’t eaten Brussels Sprouts since you were a kid after some sort of horrible experience eating them boiled, steamed, flavorless…shall I go on? You get the picture. I am here to tell you that Bacon Brussels Sprouts will totally turn you around. These have flavor, crispy bits of crunchy leaves and most importantly bacon, enough said.
Whether it’s served as an appetizer or as it’s own meal, it’s always cozy, warm and comforting…easy, cheesy French Onion Soup!
Roasted Garlic Shrimp is one of my favorite appetizers to make for a dinner party. So quick & easy to prepare, yet elegant in presentation.
There are a few reasons why I call this A Little Bit of Chicken Fried…We are big country music fans and love The Zac Brown Band, the song with this title is one of my favorites. Also, there are so many “secrets” to fried chicken and my recipe is a little bit of Ina Garten, a little bit of Tyler Florence and a little bit of Paula Deen. When it comes to fried chicken, they know their stuff!
Coq au Vin is a classic French dish of braising chicken with wine, mushrooms, garlic and bacon. You can use bacon or pancetta, it’s a win-win either way, right? Julia Child helped make this dish increasingly popular in the United States, it was often thought…
Roasted Tomato Soup is such a treat during the summertime, however, this method of slow roasting the tomatoes brings out their natural sweetness so you can enjoy it even when tomatoes aren’t at their peak. Rich, healthy and satisfying, without a drop of cream added.