Posted by NatalieTuesday, June 23, 2015
If you’re a vegetarian (like me!), odds are you feel a little left out when your family and friends break out the grill for a summer barbecue. Although you might say no to a hamburger, there’s no need to sacrifice those great smoky flavors just because you don’t eat meat! I’m here to tell you that your days of loading up on side salads and potato chips over. Here’s a Fourth of July menu that’s filled with delicious vegetarian grilled recipes and fresh salads to satisfy the whole family, whether or not they eat meat. It turns out your grill can do a lot more than you might think. Now everyone can enjoy the classic American barbecue and the flavors of summer with this collection of some of our favorite vegetarian recipes:
Sides and Salads
(A fresh, healthy take on potato salad from 101 Cookbooks– none...
Posted by EmilyFriday, June 5, 2015
We are BIG fans of doughnuts around here, so with today being National Donut Day, we couldn’t help but round up some of our favorites…!Apple Cider | Maple Bacon
Double Lemon Glazed | Rose Petal French Crullers
Caramel-Bourbon Pecan | Blueberry Cherry
Banana with Peanut Butter and Bacon | Easy Vanilla Cake
Baked Red Velvet | Chocolate Covered Strawberry
We love Dunks and Krispy Kreme as much as the next group, but we hope you’ll consider celebrating the homemade way today!
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Posted by EmilyThursday, May 21, 2015
It may be the unofficial start to summer, but Memorial Day Weekend is the OFFICIAL start to BBQ season! We’ve put together a menu for you to make use of either this weekend, or for any upcoming summer soiree, featuring some of our favorite dishes from a handful of our most popular cookbooks…!
The Sides and Salads:
Grilled Pineapple, Chile, and Almond Pico de Gallo
Warm Potato Salad with Bacon and Tomatoes
Simply Superb Corn on the Cob
The Main Event:
Burgers with Bacon Jam
Bourbon Glazed Ribs
Grilled Shrimp with Red Chile Honey Butter
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Posted by EmilyThursday, May 7, 2015
We’ve all heard that when it comes to Mother’s Day gifts, it’s the thought that counts. Most moms we know love your homemade, unique gifts more than that nice necklace they have been eying at the jewelry counter for months (or at least that’s what they’ll tell us!). That doesn’t mean that the thought has to be last minute or hastily done though. We’re not talking the macaroni jewelry or painted cards from your elementary years, we’re talking sophisticated, impressive homemade food gifts…
For something relatively easy to make that will ship well if you’re far from your momma this mother’s day (like me!) try your hand at these Cottage Style Fresh Rhubarb Tea Loaves. They’re perfect for moms who love coffee and tea, and calories don’t count if your kid makes it for you!
Does mom love all things spicy and sweet? Consider giving her this mild Mango and Tomatillo Salsa....