recipes for: Holiday Entertaining
When you want something warm, decadent, and sweet, look no further than this easy homemade chocolate cherry dump cake! Combine fresh pitted cherries with store-bought chocolate cake mix, then bake with melted butter to make a fudgy, gooey cake the whole family will love!
Quick and simple marinated olives are an easy party appetizer or light snack before the main meal! Gently heat high quality extra virgin olive oil on a stove top with garlic, rosemary, vinegar, and fresh citrus. Pour over mixed olives, the marinate for 1 hour. V, GF, DF, Whole30
These light and crisp cucumber slices with baked salmon and creamy Greek yogurt sauce are a healthy snack you'll enjoy on repeat. We love to serve them with capers, fresh dill, and a sprinkling of everything bagel seasoning. Bet you can't stop at one!
Whipped feta dip could not be easier to make! Simply add feta cheese, fresh herbs, and reserved feta brine (or water) to a blender, then whip until creamy. Garnish with chopped nuts, then serve with seasonal crudité, fruit, and crackers. A ridiculously easy no-cook appetizer that is delicious year round! GF
Smoked St Louis ribs are a summer time staple! Rub the pork ribs generously with your favorite homemade or store-bought seasoning blend, then grill or smoke until juicy and fall off the bone tender. GF, DF
The crab cake benedict is the king of all breakfast dishes! Toasted English muffins, homemade Baltimore crab cakes, perfect poached eggs, and an easy hollandaise sauce made right in a blender. A seriously luxurious brunch that will leave your guests speechless. Instructions included for how to make almost everything ahead of time and easily reheat.
If you've been searching for the absolute best chicken salad recipe, look no further than pecan chicken salad! It's loaded with sweet, juicy grapes, crunchy pecans, poppy seeds, and lots of fresh herbs. The dressing is made from a mix of Greek yogurt and mayonnaise, making it a healthier twist on the classic. Use a store-bought rotisserie chicken to make this quickly and no-cook. You'll serve this at every summer cookout or barbecue!
The refreshing southside cocktail is made from muddled fresh mint, fresh lime juice, simple syrup, and dry gin. Shake with ice, then top with club soda for bubbles! Light, effervescent and delicious on a warm spring or summer day!
Slow roast leg of lamb is perfect for Passover or Easter! Braised bone-in lamb leg cooks low and slow until juicy and fall-off-the-bone tender. Serve with lots of white wine sauce for a flavorful and special celebratory meal!