This glistening jewel will dress up any breakfast or brunch. Filled with fresh cranberries and a kiss of fresh orange, it’s a party on a plate. For those who eat a gluten free diet, you can easily trade out the all-purpose flour with your favorite gluten free flour. Be sure to read the note at the end of the recipe.
It’s finally here! Halloween! The excitement here is not over candy or costumes, jack-o-lanterns or trick-or-treating. It is over this family tradition – Witches Brew (Quick Bean Soup)! This soup has been a Halloween tradition in my family for more than 50 years. As kids, my mom began serving this to us on Halloween – [Continue Reading …]
Since the early 1980’s, Gastropubs throughout the British Isles have been serving up amazing food. Scotch Eggs are just one of the items that you may find on the menu. Boiled eggs encased in sausage, typically coated with bread crumbs and fried. Served with mustard, they are a delight! But these little gems are my [Continue Reading …]
The perfect hard-cooked egg, encased in sausage, rolled in crispy cornflake crumbs, baked, and then topped with a decadent celery sauce…..Heaven on a plate.
Yorkshire pudding has been a Christmas Eve dinner tradition at our house since I was a little girl. This recipe has been passed down for generations. Usually a side dish accompaniment to Prime Rib, if you save beef drippings and freeze them, it can be made any time of year.