Football season is here and that means lots of time either watching a football game, watching someone else enjoy a football or just finding some delicious new recipes that come from watching football.
Summer is almost over, but this heat isn't going anywhere anytime soon. After much research and trial/error over the summer, I was searching for the "perfect" summer refreshing drink, besides just plan water. Well I found it! I nicknamed it the Meleni, get a play off of Bellini's...LOL! My name is Melissa, but nicknamed by [...]
I found this amazingly delicious Fruit Trifle by The Girl Who Ate Everything , that I recommend for ANY event during the spring & summer months , starting with Mother's Day, to Memorial Day all the way through 4th of July ending with Labor Day. Enjoy! Patriotic Strawberry Trifle Recipe by The Girl Who Ate Everything [...]
One of my favorite fruits NOT to eat straight up but instead for DECORATION!!! CHEAP and BEAUTIFUL!
I have always been intrigued by preserved lemons. Seeing the bright yellow orbs afloat in glass jars on shelves of specialty and ethnic food stores always captured my imagination – they seemed to me like delicious, edible lava lamps. Preserving citrus is an ancient technique, but I only recently realized how easy it is – really, the salt does all the work for you. And preserved lemons have so many uses – they can be tossed into salads, melted into pasta sauces or used as a garnish alongside fish or oysters. They liven up any dish with their citrusy brightness, yet can be eaten whole as the salt mellows out their tartness and acidity. A great way to transition winter citrus into spring.
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