Bloody, burnt creepy Halloween pizza hand!!! A fun and creative twist to the classic pizza made with homemade or store bought pizza dough is a perfect Halloween dinner idea. No special gadgets required.
One of my best friends gave me this recipe book full of ideas for all sorts of fun non-alcoholic drinks a few years ago. I was super excited about it when she gave it to me, but despite my best intentions to work my way through the book, it sat on the shelf and gathered dust for quite a while.
Fried shrimp wontons – crispy wontons filled with shrimp are popular dim sum found at Chinese restaurants. Make them at home with this easy recipe!
Caramel Apple Dip is the perfect no bake dessert recipe to end any meal! I love fruit based desserts in the summer (like Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Crisps or Blueberry Cobbler) and this easy recipe is no exception!
Apple And Gouda Stuffed Pork Chops are an easy dinner to make that tastes exceptionally delicious. The gouda cheese and apples makes this a perfect fall dish that gives it sweet and savory elements. Additionally, this meal can use up some of those apples your kids picked!
These cheese bombs are biscuit dough wrapped around cheddar cheese, then topped with garlic herb butter and parmesan and baked to perfection. An easy snack or side dish that’s perfect for all the cheese lovers in your life.
This Root Beer Float Cocktail is the perfect boozy dessert. It is layered with Rum Chata, Smirnoff whipped cream vodka, vanilla syrup and root beer to take a childhood classic and make it an adult friendly treat.
Meatball Sub is a hot delicious sandwich packed with tender Italian meatballs, marinara sauce, and gooey, melted Mozzarella Cheese. I’m sharing a few tips to make the best Meatball Subs right at home. You can easily make them right in your oven with leftover meatballs or make meatballs specially for the subs ahead of time.
I’ve been looking forward to this post for a while now. Ahi tuna is such a damn treat—but knowing where it comes from is extremely important.
Over the years, I’ve come to realise that I’ve got a slight raspberry obsession. I’m not sure what it is that makes me love it so… but truth be told, there is very little to not like about its vibrant red hue and ease of being eaten (they’re bitesize!). Or maybe it’s just because I never ate much of it growing up – my childhood was predominantly filled with more ‘tropical’ fruits like rambutans, dukungs, mangoesteens and durians (all of which I miss terribly).