The sweetest treat of the Italian bakery. If you can't make it to Little Italy (or Big Italy) make it in your own kitchen.
Beef steak marinade for grilling.
I've been making salsa for years, for every family gathering, every football party, etc. This recipe is the result of years of tweaking to get just the right blend of flavors. Serve in a bowl with white corn tortilla chips, and your guests will be impressed!
This is a very moist cake with all the grated apples, raisins and pecans it could stand alone without a topping, however, with the praline glaze....well, you be the judge.
This is a recipe with personal rave reviews on pumpkin truffles by using some basics from the Rich Chocolate Pumpkin Truffles. My main goal was to make these like Godiva's Pumpkin Truffles, and they are pretty close. This is a fairly easy recipe, and it always turns out great. You will definitely need a food processor for this recipe.
Authentic arbol chile salsa. I like mine hot, but you can tone down the peppers if you wish.
Freshly ground horseradish from the root. Excellent in potatoes, on steaks, or mixed in Miracle Whip(R) or mayo for that extra tang on a sandwich.
When the garden is up and running, I take advantage of the fresh green onions and keep this dressing in the fridge.
I got to eat at K-Paul's in New Orleans; that's Paul Prudhomme's restaurant. It was ALL good, but I just could not get over this dressing! The waiter told the chef, and next thing I know, Paul Prudhomme himself had me come to the kitchen and he showed me how to make this dressing! Don't limit it to just salads; it's a good sammich spread and dip too.
This is a new one, and it is amazing.
An easy appetizer spread with no cooking required--just a food processor.
You man enough to handle this spicy cheeseball? With a hefty dose of horseradish, this baby has serious kick.
An easy make ahead vegetarian appetizer for your next football party. Plenty of taste for meat eaters thanks to cumin and cheese.
Make this Quebecois food tradition your own. Known as tourtieres by the French Canadian families who make them, these hearty, flavorful pies packed with three types of meat and tasty traditional spices.
An amazing combo of cheeses make this chicken lasagna a family favorite. Inspired by Ryan Carr's "5 Cheese Lasagna."
An easy casserole with plenty of meat, potatoes and cheese.
Roasted garlic along with my special Creole seasoning makes this a good salad dressing, sandwich spread, or dip.