Pineapple Glazed Chicken brings the bright flavors of the islands to your table. The pineapple glaze is so simple, you hardly need a recipe but oh so yummy. This recipe is particularly pleasing to children, and luckily, it is quite easy to make.
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For chocolate lovers, Triple Chocolate Cookie Bars are ideal. They contain cocoa, white chocolate, and semi-sweet chocolate. The texture of these cookie bars is somewhere between a soft, chewy cookie and a brownie. This decadent treat is fast and easy to make. Cut the squares small because they are quite rich.
Jamaican Jerk Sauce has to be the best food of the Caribbean islands. It is readily available at restaurants and roadside stands, used on a variety of meats, vegetables, and seafood. If you haven’t tried it, think of a Buffalo wing sauce with triple the flavor. Dark and rich, this sauce really packs a punch.
Who doesn’t love Pecan Sticky Buns? This fabulous recipe comes from the famed Amy’s Bread in Chelsea Market, a city-block-long food-lover’s paradise in New York City.
Cranberry Pepper Pork Loin combines sweet/tart cranberries with spicy chipotle chile peppers and herbs for an irresistable flavor sensation. The roast is moist and tender, with a delicious crust.
Baked Champagne Ham is sure to be a show-stopper for any special occasion or holiday meal. The ham basting sauce is made with champagne, brown sugar, honey, ginger, and dry mustard. They are simple ingredients, but really enhance the flavor of the ham.
Teriyaki Skirt Steak is a delightful new way to use this cut of meat that is primarily used in the wildly popular fajitas. You will want to save the easy homemade teriyake sauce recipe to use on other meats, poultry and seafood.
Apple Pecan Squares are the perfect answer as a dessert for a large gathering. As you can surmise, apples and pecans are the stars of this delicious, moist cake. The recipe makes enough for a crowd, so it is perfect for potluck dinners, parties, and family gatherings.