Easter is less than a week away and if you are planning on hosting Easter dinner this year, you want to have some good recipe ideas on what to make. NYT Cooking has put together everything you might be interested in making this year, from ham to lam to side dishes, brunch recipes, desserts,what to do with those hard-boiled eggs and much more. Check it out!
Monthly Archives: March 2016
Even though everyone tells you breakfast is the most important meal of the day, many of us end up skipping breakfast because we feel too rushed, too tired and just want something easy to start the day. That might be excuse for most of us during the week, but on the weekends it can be your time to relax and have a good breakfast with the family. NYT Cooking has put together all kinds of great breakfast recipes so you can make different pancakes, eggs, smoothies, frittatas, breakfast sandwiches and more for everyone to enjoy. Take an idea and make something this morning. Check it out!
Source: Breakfast Recipes – NYT Cooking
St. Patrick’s Day is coming this week, so it is time for you to roll out and try some of your favorite Irish recipes. I already have several posted here on the site that you may want to look out, but Food Network has also put a pretty good list together of everything you need to have a great Irish meal on St. Patrick’s Day or anytime, whether you are Irish or not. Check it out!
While I have been out of the dating scene for a very long time, there are occasions when you are dating where you want to be able to invite someone over to share a meal and relax. Dating can be stressful and nerve-wracking enough, but when you then have to decide on something to cook that you know you can pull off well it can make things even worse. Chowhound looks to help you with all of that with these 46 different recipes to cover everything that you need to make a nice meal that is creative but without a lot of stress to impress your date. These meals are great not just for those dating, but for married couples that want a nice meal or just when you are having a friend over for a meal. Check it out!
Rotisserie chicken can be a great weeknight dinner savior. You can pick them up at nearly deli counter or supermarket today and all you need are a couple of easy side dishes like mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, French fries, some veggies or a salad and you are good to go. But what about leftovers? Sure, there are bound to be leftovers from the chicken and the great things is there are lots of good things to do with all of them besides making yourself some sandwiches or chicken salad. Bon Appetit gives you some guidance on what you can do, right down to using the bones from some great stock. Check it out!