National Pizza Day!
Do you like pizza? Sounds like most people do! The average American eats 23 pounds of it a year! That’s a lot of pizza. And there are so many different ways to make pizza.
Here’s a recipe that makes pizza bread sticks stuffed with all the pizza goodness. Have them as a meal or serve them to your guests as an appetizer – they are easy and delicious!
So pick a recipe, fire up the oven and make some homemade pizza for dinner tomorrow! Continue reading
Well I missed it. I love mushrooms and yesterday was National Stuffed Mushroom day.
A day for stuffed mushrooms? Yep. Who knows who started this day, but hey, I love stuffed mushrooms! I like them stuffed with oysters – filled with pinenuts and parm and garlic – or this way!
Enticed? Good! Continue reading
What’s for Dinner?
Happy Groundhog’s day! Today is the day that Punxsutawney Phil tells us what the next six weeks will bring. It’s also the day that our weather-predicting pygmy hedgehog, Nancy, tells us whats up on this side of the continent. Legend has it that if old Phil sees his shadow, he runs back into his den and stays there for another six weeks. If not, he stays out and Spring is on it’s way! (Although he’s been wrong more than he’s been right!)
Old Phil didn’t see his shadow – and Nancy, well as of the posting here, she hasn’t even gotten out of bed yet! So I guess we need to start planning our Spring cleaning!
So with all the Spring cleaning coming up – and the onset of gardening season, there’s a lot to do! And do you know..
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It’s Super Bowl weekend!
We don’t watch the game at our house (I know, sacrilege), but I’ve been known to pop in and out trying to catch a commercial. But, that being said, here are a few simple super snacks to enjoy during the game or any time!
Roasted or Baked? What’s the difference?
I keep hearing these terms, roasted and baked, on kitchen shows and in books and I started wonder – what is the difference? Both are done in the oven. So I did a little research and found out, it’s pretty simple.
Roasted is done at a higher temperature (over 400° ) to create a crisp, golden crust on what your cooking and is not covered.
Baked is done at temperatures below 375° and may or may not be covered.
So there you have it. And now lets get into this amazing chicken!