I love when dinner can be cooked together. Instead of worrying about timing multiple dishes to be done at the same time, I can pop it all into the oven and then watch TV until I hear a timer ding.
This salsa is a fun change from the standard chips and salsa served at so many parties.
A new poll opens every Tuesday at 6am (London time) and runs for 48 hours. That is 48 hours to agonize over which option you will select. To be honest though, you could spend that time eating cake after voting in under 10 seconds. Choices are all around you.
Summer is here and while I hate the heat, I do love the food and beverages that get served at get togethers with friends.
Terrible things happen once the Hubster goes to bed at night. As soon as his head hits the pillow, I emerge from my bubble of sanity and unleash Night Heather onto the world.
I’m not from Sweden and I’ve never visited the country, so I’m not going to purport myself as an authentic cook of their delicious cuisine.
This weekend Hubster, Lola, and I hosted our first barbecue of the season for our friends. It rained. It rained a lot. Needless to say, Hubster stood in the rain wielding a spatula and I cheered him on from the window while chatting with friends.
I think it goes without saying that today’s recipe is alcoholic so please don’t serve it to anyone under the legal drinking age. Now that I’ve cleared up that potential lawsuit, let’s talk spritzer.
This dish is so exciting! While it may use a few ingredients that are not common in kitchen pantries, they are easily found in most grocery stores.
Sweet rolls are one of my favorite foods on earth. Growing up in Hawai’i, everyone I knew was in love with them and they all had their own family recipes.