I use this multi-purpose dry rub on everything – from sprinkling on ribs and chicken, to seasoning a meatloaf and a roast. Note, that I don’t add sugar to the mix as I find its not necessary for 99% of
The Hubby and I have found a little gem downtown, a charcuterie place that doesn’t break the bank, has a great selection of meats and cheeses, and a homey atmosphere. One of the sides that you can pick to have
It’s killing me that I can’t post this recipe right away! But I have to wait until after Christmas to do it as the limoncello bottles are gifts. I never really considered limoncello as something that I needed to have.
Christmas wreath cookies are, hands down, my absolute favorite cookie. In fact, I rarely make them because by the time they are all made, I’ve literally eaten half the cookies. Then the half that did make it, are generally eaten
The name of this recipe is very misleading as it ended up being white navy bean soup, and even then it wasn’t soup. It was so thick, it wasn’t even stew. But no matter what you call it, it’s delicious!
I had quite a bit of fresh squeezed lemon juice to use up after zesting a bunch for cookies. So I went searching for recipes. Earlier this year, I had bought a small tin of lemon thins and really wanted
Rumballs are a Christmas staple in my house. Easy to make, delectable, and always a hit for giving away as presents or at Christmas parties. The chocolate ones are actually a family recipe of a friend. Our friends had ladies in their family
I saw a post on Confessions of a Cookbook Queen‘s site and was instantly reminded of this my mother-in-law’s Caramel Marshmallows. This is an old school recipe and were put out every Christmas. They are probably my second favorite Christmas
When I saw these on a facebook post from The View from Great Island, I knew immediately that I wanted to try making them. I adored the idea of polar bear cookies! These were my first gingerbread cookies (the traditional