These copycat toaster strudels can be made in less than 30 minutes and are incredibly simple to make. Unlike most toaster strudel recipes, this one doesn't require you to make homemade pastry. Go ahead, celebrate that fact a little bit. Oh yes, and did I mention the other fun twist? These are miniature.Read Full Story
It's officially football season, y'all, which means it's officially the time of year to be noshing on decadent dips and pastas while chugging beer from a can. It's not fancy, but it's a way of life in the Midwest. In lieu of boring chicken wings or regular sliders, I thought I'd give my game day favorites a little bit of a French flair.Read Full Story
One of our favorite fall activities is to go apple picking. Heading to a local orchard and spending the day drinking hot cider and eating warm doughnuts make our hearts sing. Slices of apple pies are everywhere — until you get home. Instead of baking with the 12 pounds of apples you just picked, how about making a savory recipe?Read Full Story
Halloween is hands down one of my favorite times of year. Not only does it fall during autumn, my favorite season, but it's one of the only holidays out there that truly allows you to be a kid for a night. You can dress up in goofy costumes, binge on candy and stay up late watching horror movies.Read Full Story
I'm not lying when I say I could eat Mexican food every day of my life. I love it and make it every chance I get. When my husband and I visited Mexico a few years ago, I fell in love with elotes, also known to us in the States as street corn.Read Full Story
Try saying banh-mi three times fast. Just do it. I guarantee you'll end up saying bahi mahi mahi! Even though this Vietnamese classic is hard to say (especially after a few beers), it's much easier to make. This sandwich is often made with chicken or pork, but I opted for some crispy tofu and tart 'n' tangy cherry sauce instead.Read Full Story
Growing up, the only mac 'n' cheese we really ate was the kind that came in the blue box. But not because my mom couldn't cook; she's quite possibly the best cook in the world. Mac 'n' cheese night meant Dad was cooking, so we'd eat it right from the pot together with forks in our hands.Read Full Story
What does parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme make you think of? Yes, maybe the Simon & Garfunkel album, but also the cozy herbs of fall. Herbs are a healthy way to add flavor and depth to your meals, which is why many of our favorite fall dishes are full of aromatic herbs, both fresh and dried.Read Full Story
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