My friend described her first taste of a Bloody Mary as "pizza in a cup" and I can't help but agree. I crave Bloody Mary's winter, spring, summer, fall. I want them for breakfast and night. I don't even care about it having alcohol, I just love the flavor. It's safe to says that I have perfected my recipe for the best Bloody Mary mix below.
Chicken parmesan is a staple for almost every meat eating person I know. What is not to like? Tender juicy cutlets, breaded, topped with cheese and marinara sauce...that is my kind of food. This recipe bakes the chicken instead of frying however, you still get that same delicious crispiness without the heavy oil and calories.
The best part about these garlicky clams is the broth. No questions asked. Sure clams are delicious but until you dip a a toasty piece of bread into this creamy wine broth, you don't know what you're missing.
The deviled egg is a true fan favorite for parties, gatherings, and appetizer trays. In a similar fashion, I don't think I have ever met someone who doesn't like buffalo sauce. I married the two together in these super tasty and zesty buffalo style deviled eggs.
If you are tired of eating the same old food this is the recipe for you. Literally spice up your weekly meal plan with this simple, yet delicious butter chicken. It showcases curry seasonings with the most flavorful creamy tomato based sauce.
The iceberg wedge salad is always a fan favorite. The toppings include blue cheese dressing and crumbled blue cheese, topped with cherry tomatoes, and crispy bacon. What isn't there to like?
This recipe for Italian wedding soup uses the combination of ground chicken and chicken sausage to give a healthy spin on the traditional soup recipe. This soup is perfect cozy recipe we need for cold winter nights.
Have you ever met anyone who disliked a soft pretzel? I haven't. Have you ever met anyone who disliked a product of Trader Joe's? I haven't. So therefore, I bring you this recipe. Pretzel bites mixed with everyones favorite seasoning "Everything but the Bagel" from Trader Joes.
It is 2021 now and if you are still under the impression that chicken wings need to be fried you are in the wrong. Baked chicken wings still give you the amazing crunch exterior but you get an even more juicy interior. If done properly, you'll never go back to frying chicken wings. Especially when you have a delicious marinade like this cilantro lime sauce.
This recipe's name may be a tongue twister, but there is nothing twisted about using simple ingredients to make the most delicious pasta meal. Just olive oil, garlic, a touch of red pepper flakes, and fresh parsley work together to create a spectacular aglio e olio.