Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake is a delicious take-off on a traditional recipe that is just perfect for rhubarb. Take the tangy flavor of rhubarb and put it into an upside-down cake for a winning combination that steps away from traditional rhubarb pie or pineapple upside-down cake.
This old-fashioned zucchini casserole is incredibly simple and fast to throw together. The ingredients are few, but the flavor is bold. The oregano, tomato sauce, and mozzarella cheese give it an Italian flair.
Cinnamon raisin nut rolls are crispy, buttery, and sweet. A few simple ingredients whizzed in the food processor and rolled in buttered phyllo dough make a fast and easy baked dessert that will bring raves. They disappear fast at parties.
Parmesan Spinach Orzo is a quick and easy side dish made on the stove-top. The end result is like a rich, creamy risotto, without the constant stirring
Florida Citrus Meringue Pie elevates the classic lemon meringue pie to new levels. With its sweet/tart lemon curd base and fluffy cloud-like meringue topping, lemon meringue pie is a classic American favorite dating back to the nineteenth century. In this version, the classic citrus flavor gets an extra punch.
Tender flaky pie crust is a recipe that eludes many home cooks. This recipe, from noted food writer and kitchen sleuth, Shirley O. Corriher, comes to the rescue with a recipe that includes some interesting ingredients.
Mint Chocolate Brownie Bars are a mash-up of minty brownies and cheesecake. I suggest cutting them smaller than you would a traditional brownie, because they are killer rich!
Lemon Butter Chews have a tangy cheesecake flavor and a kick of white chocolate sweetness. They begin with a cake mix, so they are fast and easy to make.