Rotini with Shrimp Mar 30th 2017, 10:00, by Lori Lange
This Rotini with Shrimp is an excellent, light pasta dish.
I’m often stumped on what to make my family for dinner. And when I pose the question of what they might enjoy for dinner, the answer is (most of the time)- “I don’t know.” But quite often the response is “pasta.” Everyone loves pasta, right?
Breakfast Tacos Mar 25th 2017, 10:00, by Maryanne Cabrera
These Breakfast Tacos are filled with seasoned black beans, soft scrambled eggs, and topped with fresh salsa and queso fresco.
We’ve all been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If that’s the case, I say eat your favorite foods first thing in the morning! For me, that’s tacos. Tacos are my love language and I can eat them all day long. For one thing, tacos are super versatile. From breakfast tacos to dessert tacos, tacos can be filled with anything you want: braised beef, shredded chicken, and even ice cream!
Coconut Biscotti Mar 18th 2017, 10:00, by Lori Lange
Here’s an easy recipe for Coconut Biscotti.
Biscotti is a favorite of mine. I like to think of it as my “guilty pleasure” to indulge in when I visit coffee shops. Biscotti happen to be good dunkers for tea or coffee. Sometimes a bit too crunchy to eat on their own, their crispy texture is perfect for withstanding a bit of liquid.
Traditional Whoopie Pies Mar 13th 2017, 14:10, by Tricia Buice Traditional Whoopie Pies ~ Chocolate cake-like batter is baked into large, soft hamburger-sized, bun shaped cookies then filled with a fluffy, sweet marshmallow frosting.
I’ll never forget when I had my first Whoopie Pie while traveling on business in Portland, Maine. My Tennessee co-workers requested that I bring back Whoopie Pies for them to share, and since this was back in the days before airline travel was so difficult, I carried a big box home with me on the plane. I have to admit, I was shocked when I saw how huge they are, almost too big to hold in one hand! Soft chocolate cake you can eat with your fingers – I’m all in!
Beef and Guinness Stew Mar 9th 2017, 11:00, by Kristi Kaiser-Minietta
This Beef and Guinness Stew is rich and hearty with fresh vegetables and meat that is fork tender!
What’s in your recipe rotation come this St. Patrick’s Day? Will you be making green Shamrock Cookies, a traditional Irish Stew or Corned Beef and Cabbage, perhaps?
For us, we plan to cozy up around the fire with a bowl of this rich, hearty, full-flavored Beef and Guinness Stew. Pair this with a frothy Guinness and a side of soda bread, and you’ve got your St. Patrick’s Day party right there!
The brownies themselves are a fudgy chocolate brownie. The frosting is just a little bit boozed-up. If you’re not into booze, you certainly don’t have to add any booze to these brownies, but if you like the taste of whiskey, then you’ll enjoy this boozy chocolate frosting!