These wonderous little ‘doughnut’ like delicasies, struffoli, grace italian tables at Christmas, Easter, the Feast of St Joseph, weddings, baptisms and more. Struffoli, tiny deep fried dough balls bathed in a syrup of honey and citrus rinds and decorated with colored Jordan almonds and sprinkles and candied fruit. Struffoli are to the Italian Easter what the … Read More about Easter Struffoli
Hybrid sweets, all the rage in New York and Chicago, have been served in southern homes for decades. We never gave a ‘name’ to the biscnut, but we made em, regularly. A lot of flavor, and not much money, they competed well with the likes of Krispy Kreme and Dunkin. And the kiddos got to … Read More about Valentine Heart Angel Biscnuts
This curried Broccoli Cheese Soup is perfect for these last days of winter. Its not spicy at all and even the kiddos will give this one a thumbs up! Broccoli and Cauliflower are staples in our household. We snack on them raw, make salads and my personal favorite, SOUP.
If you think that eating clean and raw and vegan are some sort of mystery code for tasteless, blah food, in this case you ARE mistaken. I found the original recipe for these on epicurious and tweaked a little. These flourless, eggless Vegan Chocolate Brownies , small wonder will not last long! Now even, your menu … Read More about Vegan Chocolate Brownies
Valentines Day is just around the corner and if you want to win the heart of your spouse, try this Cranberry Mojito. Guaranteed to win him or her over, this fresh and light cocktail is dangerously delicious and just right for a celebration!
There’s so much to love about Southern Fried Chicken. But let’s face it, even here in the south,today, we put off cooking it to the weekends or simply get takeout. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve opted for takeout instead of pulling out the iron skillet. But after watching a marathon of southern … Read More about Authentic Southern Fried Chicken