Crunchy and salty, with bursts of garlic, onion, sesame, and poppy seeds, this everything popcorn is the best thing since sliced everything bagels. Give your next batch of popcorn some serious flavor by stirring in homemade everything mix.
Salty prosciutto, crisp apple, and creamy, rich Cambozola blend in perfection atop chewy, slightly crunchy bread in these Apple & Cambozola Crostini.
Crisp and delicious, these Garlic and Rosemary Grissini look super cool in a vase or pitcher on your table. Not only that, these Italian-style bread sticks are fun to make and shape.
Initially, I started experimenting with grissini recipes — crisp Italian-style bread sticks — because I thought I’d include them in this Jenga Veggie Tower. I soon gave up on the idea, though, when I realized that they absorbed moisture from the vegetables….
These Cheesy Muffin Tin Popovers are perfect for breakfast or snack-time. Since they’re so quick to prepare, they’re also a great addition at dinner-time alongside a steaming bowl of soup.
On one especially cold and rainy day recently, I treated my kids to warm popovers after school….
Flaky and tender, these easy-to-prepare Buttermilk Biscuits taste spectacular on their own or in combination with other recipes calling for biscuits.
One tender bite of flaky buttermilk biscuit highlights a momentous truth: perfection often presents itself in simple packaging….
Perfect for its ease, deliciousness, and impressive presentation, Baked Brie with Honeyed Cherries and Toasted Pecans will be a hit at your next party.
Summer’s warm weather and longer days make it a great season for spontaneous entertaining.
Last minute gatherings depend on quick and easy recipes, and this Baked Brie with Honeyed Cherries and Toasted Pecans is perfect for its ease, deliciousness, and impressive presentation. It’s simple to prepare yet decidedly elegant.
Wrap up pizza’s warm, savory goodness in convenient little packages. Tender, flavor-packed pizza rolls are great alongside dinner or served as easy-to-eat party snacks.
I love pizza. There’s just something about oven-warm bread slathered with sauce, savory toppings, and melted cheese. We make pizza at least once a week for dinner at our house, but it’s just never enough for me. Sometimes I want to have pizza for dinner when it’s not what’s for dinner.
Enter pizza rolls….
Millet seeds give these subtly-spiced, hint-of-citrus crackers extra crunch. Serve Ginger Millet Crackers with double cream brie and hot pepper jelly for a great party snack.
So much festivity these days. I love gathering with friends and family to catch up and EAT, EAT, EAT! Am I the only one who tries unsuccessfully to get extra exercise at this time of year so I can dig into everyone’s holiday fare with serious gusto? Call me a glutton, but I dig in anyway. I figure I’ll make up for my bad behavior in January with all the standard resolutions about getting to the gym and eating healthier food.
And just in case you’re thinking that these Ginger Millet Crackers — made with hippy seeds and no added sugar — seem amiss at this indulgent time of year, never fear. We’re going to serve them with double cream brie and hot pepper jelly!