Cherry Beer Cake is surprisingly light in texture and makes a beautiful presentation on the table. The beer gives a richness to the cake without lending any beer flavor. Maraschino cherries line the bottom of the Bundt pan with the batter poured on top, creating a cherry upside-down cake in essence.
Author: Peggy Filippone
Instant Pot Pork Loin comes to the rescue when you crave a hearty entree but don’t have the time to cook a traditional roast. Trust me, you are going to love this mixture of seasonings that magically penetrate the meat due to the wonders of pressure cooking.
Sausage Omelet Pie is perfect for those on low-carb and keto diets. It works well as a dinner meal or for a brunch. The concept is simple: press a flavorful sausage mixture into the bottom of a deep pie plate to serve as a crust, then fill with an omelet.
Everyone loves Italian meatballs, but do you really trust that mystery ground beef from the market? Start with a beef chuck shoulder roast and grind your own. I’m serious! This way you know what’s in it, it tastes better, and it’s usually cheaper to boot. Too much trouble, you’re thinking? Not at all. Find out how.
Chile Colorado is a favorite dish at Mexican restaurants. You won’t believe how easy it is to make at home with a fabulously easy and versatile red chile sauce better than any canned sauce on the market.
Colorful Sundried Tomato Spinach Couscous is sure to become your new favorite side dish. It goes especially well with all types of seafood. I love it with salmon, but it pairs equally as well with meats and poultry.
You’ll love the leftover meat in these fabulous Cheddar Pot Roast Hand Pies. The Cheddar crust is ridiculously easy to make using a food processor. The hand pies may be made a day in advance or frozen up to a month.
Citrus and chocolate make a fantastic combination in these White Chocolate Key Lime Cheesecake Bites. Since these little gems are so rich, they are perfect for mini-muffins. If you want larger pieces, use the same method as a sheet cake.