Apricot Berry Strudel is a drool-worthy sweet made with simple ingredients. Thin layers of phyllo (filo) dough lend a delightful crunch to complement the sweetness of the fruit.
This updated version of tzimmes is so colorful and packed with flavor that you’ll want to enjoy it year-round as the perfect go-to side dish. It is both pareve and vegan to suit a wide variety of food preferences.
Yes, Virginia, you can make a frittata in your crockpot. Surprise! This healthy, colorful spinach frittata gets an extra punch of flavor from basil, fresh tomatoes, and Parmesan cheese. It is perfect for those hot summer days when you don’t want to heat up the kitchen. This is a great […]
That soft pretzel stand at the mall lures me in every time. Who knew soft pretzels could be so easy to make at home? With this recipe, just a quick knead is required and zero rising time. If you like the generic variety, simply sprinkle them with coarse salt before […]
Honey oat bread is sure to become a family favorite. Learn how to make your own wild yeast starter with the recipe provided or take the easy way out with packaged yeast. Either way, you’ll be singing the praises of this hearty artisan bread. The recipe was contributed by Charlotte […]
Looking for a totally different side dish? Pattypan squash peach salad is the one to try. The author calls it a “salad,” but since it is served warm, most people will serve this as a side or even a main dish. The sweetness of the peaches perfectly complements the veggies, […]
Get the pros and cons of the T-Fal Optigrill, along with cooking tips discovered during my personal review and testing of this appliance.
Parmesan pork chops made in the oven will make you rethink that popular boxed coating mix. That shake and bake box mix was quite popular in the latter half of the 20th century. Nowadays, we are much more cognizant of the unsavory, often unpronounceable, ingredients in those box mixes. It’s so easy to make it homemade with everyday pantry staples found in most kitchens.