Like all masterpieces this pork roast takes time; to marinade, patience to roast, preparation of brandied apples and the baking of Lyonnais styled potatoes. Here’s a recipe that comes from an extended family member on the east coast. Gayle swears by this dish and guarantees your meal will be a sensation. It’s a feast to … Read morePork Roast and Spices: Comfort Food to Welcome the Fall Season
Homemade beef stew is perfect for those cold evenings that fall brings. This easy homemade beef stew recipe gives everyone a taste of home cooking. When you think about home cooking; homemade beef stew comes to our mind! What other dish brings back your memories of childhood with the aromas filling the kitchen with warmth … Read moreEasy Homemade Beef Stew – A Hearty Dish Like Mom Makes!
Origins of balsamic vinegar are from northern Italy. It’s one of the most popular salad dressings and wakes up the flavor of every vegetable mixed with it. Authentic balsamic vinegaris still produced from the area of Modena, Italy. If you are looking to add a natural flavor to your salad, I recommend either the Modena red or … Read moreBalsamic Vinegar Salad – A Vegetable Delight
Created in the late 1800’s in New York City, a Waldorf Salad of apples, celery, walnuts, dressed in mayonnaise, served with or without lettuce is a classic. History notes that the hotel maitre’, Oscar Tschirky is the person to receive the credit for this creation. And when he published a cookbook with announcements of this … Read moreThe Waldorf Salad – Healthy, Delicious and Full of Nutrition
First of all, let us tell you few words about ciders. There are two kinds of cider. First one is traditional American cider, made with big cider press (you can buy it, rent it, or make it by yourself), which is a low alcoholic drink made of the fermented juice of apples or pears, known as hard cider. … Read moreHow To Make Pear Cider – The Flavorful Response