Learn how to make Italian cream cake. This step-by-step recipe will teach you how to easily make the cake and frosting.
My favorite recipe for spicy chicken. Five spice chicken is for everyone who loves spicy food and chicken.
This mouthwatering jalapeno poppers recipe is made with cheddar cheese and jack cheese.
The first Long Island Iced Tea recipe was reportedly concocted in Long Island, New York by the bartender, Robert Butts. First served in the early 1970’s, it has been one of the most well-liked bars drinks ever since.
This popular “tea” has no tea, but it must have tequila, and a top-shelf variety is best. The recipe for this highball actually contains five types of alcohol.
With chunks of stewing beef and ground beef, this is a beefy chili. The addition of cornmeal thickens it up and gives it lots of stick-to-the-ribs body. And, a few spoonfuls of cocoa takes the edge off the chili powder, while adding its own subtle flavor to the mix. That’s the secret of a good chili – layers of flavor. And this beef chili is layered just right.
When selecting peppers, look for squat peppers with an even bottom. These will hold more filling and sit straight in your baking dish.
The muffuletta sandwich originated at the Central Grocery in New Orleans. According to the founder’s daughter, her father sold salami, ham, cheese, olive salad, and Italian loaves to farmers, who then proceeded to eat these while balancing trays on their knees and sitting on crates. The Central Grocery founder suggested splitting the bread and putting everything inside it. And so, the muffuletta sandwich was born.
If all you’ve ever had is the insipid excuse for eggnog that appears on the dairy shelf of your supermarket every Christmas … you’ve been cheated. No matter how much rum you drown that eggnog with, it never comes even close to being in the same neighborhood as real, homemade eggnog.
After a day of skiing, there’s nothing more inviting than a steaming, spiced glass of glühwein. Glühwein (German for “glow wine”) is a great way to “warm the cockles of your heart”.
Looking for a quick and easy, yet crowd-pleasing, treat for the morning? You’ll have nothing but happy faces around the brunch table when you serve up these delicious treats. And they take just a few minutes to create.
On a dreary, cold, and cloudy day, a chance of having this soul-warming meatball soup will soon bring back some sunshine. Savoury meatballs, a tomatoey soup, and fluffy, cloud-like bowtie pasta make this meatball soup a delight on any cold day.