This recipe is outstanding. Bragging rights for the best and easiest BBQ chicken start here. The extra step in marinating before baking makes it all worthwhile. I never knew baked chicken could be so yummy. The smoked paprika gives the chicken a subtle smoky flavor. If you don’t have that ingredient, invest now…..as we use it in the delicious fish tacos featured on this website as well. The perfect tenderness of the chicken comes from marinating in four simple ingredients. Enjoy!
Seriously delicious. At a recent get together, MJ knocked it out of the ballpark with a sinful dessert. Anything that remotely resembles an eclair….I’m in. I feel confident that it was made with full strength fat and sugar, although a low-calorie version might be worth a try. Layered desserts can be fun. It involves no baking and relatively simple. This would be a great recipe to make with your children. Close your eyes and dream about a Parisian bakery without the travel. Enjoy.
I would put these muffins in the category of “too healthy to be good.” But they are good! They are easy too, and made with things that are usually on hand. I make them quite often, even for company! (PS For the ultimate in convenience, you can even find pre-shredded carrots near the baby carrots in the grocery store!)
I can’t believe I haven’t posted this recipe before. I made it about 10 times last summer. Everyone loves them and can’t figure out why. But I know the secret ingredient – a delicious, sweet barbecue sauce you mix in with the hamburger. You can make the sauce and even mix up the patties beforehand, and just throw them on the grill when you’re ready to eat. Because my family believes in living life to the fullest, we make them as sliders and serve them on delicious, sweet Hawaiian rolls. Enjoy!
We just got back from a wonderful few days at Seabrook and have to share two of the recipes that our good friends Jeremy and Shelly brought. This one is an egg bake. It’s got a few steps, but it’s pretty simple to throw together… and worth it! The ultimate one-dish breakfast casserole! It’s excellent left over, and you could even get saucy and put it in a tortilla!
Need a special treat for a weekend breakfast? Get out your favorite seasoned iron skillet or purchase one and start a whole new world of cooking. I felt super special recently when a friend made these for my son (age 12) and I. Chris served these pancakes (cooked in the oven, but more like thicker version of crepes) with blueberry syrup, maple syrup, powdered sugar, and a wedge of lemon. A side of sausage and bacon was the perfect touch. Hospitality at its best. Thanks Chris and Darci, you know how to make your house guests feel extra special.
During my recent travels, I met interesting people and along the way found that they have memorable recipes. Nothing says Summertime like a good old fashioned lemonade. Nothing says spruced up and unforgettable lemonade like Rosemary Lemonade.
Heather treated us to this delightful beverage at a recent porch illumination over the 4th of July in the Pacific Northwest. Americana at its best! We had our choice of a snow cone, Coke float, or lemonade. My taste buds led me to the refreshing recipe that I couldn’t wait to share. Thank you, Heather, for your warm hospitality and new found love for lemonade.