Everything about these scones says it’s the holiday season. I love serving these on Christmas morning. You can make them us to 2 weeks ahead. They freeze beautifully. I’ve even taken them to California to my Mom’s for Christmas. All I did was combine all the dry ingredients in one zip top bag and the dried fruit and nuts in another. Then all I needed when I got there was the butter, eggs and whipping cream.
Depriving yourself of chocolate is never a good thing when you’re trying to lose weight or keep track of your sugar intake. These Spicy Dark Chocolate Apricots offer a little treat for those days when you just HAVE TO HAVE …[CLICK TO READ MORE]
Do you say stuffing or dressing? For me stuffing means exactly what the word says. Something that has been stuffed into something and dressing is something baked in a pan or slow cooker. I grew up on OLD FASHIONED CORN …[CLICK TO READ MORE]
Dinner….the hardest meal to plan. Even though everyone is at work or school all day it seems that dinner time is the busiest time of the day. That is why I created this 30 Minute Apricot Curry Pork Chops dinner. …[CLICK TO READ MORE]
BRING THE COOL BREEZES OF THE TROPICS TO DINNER TONIGHT! This island salsa is sweet and savory at the same time. PERFECT for a salsa bar or served on fish, chicken or pork. I SHARED THIS IDEA/RECIPE AT THESE PARTIES …[CLICK TO READ MORE]