Several years ago we went to went to the Epcot Wine and Food Expo. I have to admit I came away with quite a few ideas, some of which I have already shared. The Kalua Pork Sliders were one we went back to several times. Although inspired by this recipe, I have simplified it. Pulled . . . → Read More: Kalua Pork Sliders
This Sweet Potato and Pineapple Salad is an unusual combination of fruit and vegetable and is the perfect accompaniment to chicken, turkey and pork. Roasting the potatoes and pineapple bring out sweetness and flavor. The sweet potato is the large edible root belonging to the morning-glory family. It is native to the . . . → Read More: Sweet Potato and Pineapple Salad
If you close your eyes and let your mind wander, this dinner will take you to an island where the temperature is about 75 degrees, there is a gentle breeze coming from slowly swaying palm trees, water laps steadily on the shore then retreats only to repeat this motion over and over and the moon . . . → Read More: Island Dinner for Two
What could be better or more delicious than a no bake cheesecake on these hot, humid summer days? Well actually you do have to bake the crust for 10 minutes, but other than that it’s all in the cooler.
Pina colada is a Spanish phrase meaning “strained pineapple”. It was always one of my favorite . . . → Read More: Pina Colada No Bake Cheesecake
I love cranberries almost anyway you can serve them. In fact, when I had the bakery, the staff had to restrain me because I had so many cranberry items on the menu.
I don’t know if it’s their tart taste, beautiful red jewel like color, or their ease of preparation. I suspect it is all . . . → Read More: Cranberry Pineapple Relish