Rich man’s stroganoff!
I don’t do Christmas cards. I do Christmas cookies. This is another one of the recipes I make every year. Great fun for children!
Corn is one of my favorite “vegetables.” This side dish is less vegetable-y and more stick to your ribs-y.
Mrs. S’s favorite pecan pie is now our favorite pecan pie, too.
My dad loves caramel. He sent me this recipe a while ago, but I never had a reason to use it. It was his idea to have pecan pie — pecan pie is another one of his favorites. I decided to pair the sauce with pecan pie and vanilla bean ice-cream.
I’m a little bit amazed to discover that I like almost any kind of pancake made with almost any ingredient.
My first lamb roast. Won’t be my last.
The perfect marinade for leg of lamb.
My mom makes this recipe every Christmas. Since moving away from “home,” I’ve taken over the tradition. These are my second favorite Christmas cookie, and they go over extremely well at the office or at any party.
A different twist on French onion — broth loaded with sauteed garlic instead of onion.
Even if you don’t like pumpkin you’ll like these pancakes.
‘Tis the season for Christmas cookies.
I made this the other night when I needed to use some leftover macaroni noodles. It turned out pretty decent for completely winging the recipe.
Brussels Sprouts and I have a history – mainly one of contempt on my part. Until I tried this recipe, that is.