The quintessential American side dish for family gatherings, holidays, church socials, potlucks…the recipe clipping that virtually ever American woman has had lying somewhere at some point throughout the past gazillion decades. Only this one is different.
An elegant and delicious treat to enjoy during the Christmas season. Alternatively, use natural green food coloring and dip the chocolate in crushed green candy canes. These beautiful and yummy meringues are guaranteed to impress your family and friends!
I’ve brought you something extra special today! A delicious, traditional dish from Italy with a combination of flavors that will make your taste buds sing!
Proscuitto is wonderfully versatile in entrees, appetizers and hors d’oeuvres. It’s featured in today’s dish, Braciole di Manza, as a central part of the filling. It adds a flavor dimension to this traditional Italian dish that is out of this world delicious. The flavor of the prosciuotto is not only infused into the slow-simmered beef, its flavor is melded into the tomato sauce which forms the base for the accompanying pasta dish. Though this dish is enjoyed throughout the year, it is especially befitting the holiday season.
Green beans, depending on how they’re prepared, can be either just “tolerable” or they can be something that are actually enjoyable to eat. This recipe makes eating green beans a pleasure. You won’t find yourself gulping them down just so you can clear your plate and pat yourself on the back for the accomplishment – you’ll be asking for seconds. A delicious side dish that’s quick and easy to prepare.