If you’re looking for a super simple French toast casserole recipe for the holidays, it doesn’t get any easier than this one.
I was inspired to find the best recipe for meatballs when I watched Daniele Uditi make his meatballs baked in the oven at Pizzana on The Chef Show. They are perfect in texture and very flexible.
I asked fellow food bloggers from around the world to send me their best and most colorful and they came through in a big way. Whether you’re looking for a summer supper salad, a picnic, or a potluck, brunch, or barbecue side, you’re sure to find something to fit the bill.
This is the pasta sauce my kids come home from college for, the one I make for large groups of kids and adults, the one that generates the most “Can I have this recipe?” moments.
This started out as my grandmother’s peach cobbler recipe and grew into my go-to for any fruit or berry cobbler. Not a biscuit-dough or pastry cobbler, it’s a dump cake recipe really, an easy way to make a rich Southern-style dessert for any occasion.
I know it’s still cold many places, but it’s 70 and sunny here so I’m calling it spring. This is the time when heavy winter and holiday things go to storage, lighter, minimalist (for me) decor comes out and spring cleaning begins. I’m starting slow, with a spring dining room.