Category: food and drink

Graze On These Grilled Chicken Kabobs

Chicken Skewers on Barbecue
Kabobs are the ultimate summer finger food. Full of flavor and easy to eat, they show up on dinner tables throughout the season. You already love kabobs, but you can take that love to the next level with this recipe. Find out how to make grilled chicken kabobs and get... [read more]

Entertain Your Kids With A Home Hibachi Night

Hibachi dish consisting of fried rice with egg, shrimp, steak, and vegetables served with sauce
Who says you have to go out to dinner to have fun? You can entertain your kiddos and enjoy a delicious meal with a home hibachi night. Get some tips, so you’ll knock it out of the park on hibachi night. Gather Your Materials You don’t need a commercial kitchen to have... [read more]

Serve Up Fresh Chicken Salad This Spring

Chicken Salad in a bowl
Do you want to make a chicken salad that tastes better than what you can find at the store? If so, this delicious chicken salad recipe is perfect for you. Along with being tasty, it’s easy to make, so you won’t have any problem whipping it up whenever you have... [read more]

Enjoy A Side Of Salted Honey Butter Parker House Rolls

Buttered rolls on a tray
This recipe for Salted Honey Butter Parker House Rolls from Half Baked Harvest is absolutely delicious. You can serve them hot out of the oven with homemade honey butter for a dinner roll that will melt in your mouth. With just six ingredients, this recipe is an easy addition to... [read more]

Start Your New Year With A Delicious Brunch

A freshly made spring vegetable frittata in a cast iron pan
With so many things changing this year, you might be planning to celebrate New Year’s Eve at home. That doesn’t mean it can’t be a special time, though. Party in your living room all night and have a delicious New Year’s Day brunch to kick-off 2021. Chicken and Biscuit Sliders These sliders... [read more]

Keep Cozy With These Hot Chocolate Recipes

Marshmallow in a cup of hot chocolate or cocoa on a gray table.
Hot chocolate, or hot cocoa, is synonymous with the holidays. It seems that this time of year someone is always introducing a new unique recipe to add a twist to the classic drink. We’ve pulled a few of our favorite hot chocolate recipes from The Spruce Eats that we know... [read more]

Give These Unpopular Side Dishes A New Rep!

Steamed Broccoli with Cheese Sauce
Thanksgiving Day food preparation is unlike any other. But are some of the dishes even worth their hassle? Sides such as sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, and pumpkin pie are generally eaten out of tradition, not enjoyment. If you’re tired of preparing these sides and think it’s time to... [read more]

Cozy Up With Some Homemade Lobster Bisque

Lobster Bisque Soup
Cold weather and hot soup go together like peanut butter and jelly. As the temps start to lower, it's the perfect time to test your kitchen skills and whip up a creamy, dreamy meal for everyone to enjoy! Tired of the same old tomato soup and grilled cheese combo? It's... [read more]

Bake A Pie To Welcome The New Season!

Baking Pumpkin Pie for the Holidays in the Oven
If you could taste the seasons, fall would taste like a mixture of cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, and ginger. You might be thinking all of those ingredients sound oddly familiar when mixed together. When you combine these flavorful spices into one mix you get a pumpkin pie that everyone loves to... [read more]