A checkerboard cake by itself is delightful enough, but pair it with vintage buttercream and you definitely kick it up several notches.
Bake this perfectly moist and tender classic vanilla sheet cake in a round or sheet pan, baking dish, or even as cupcakes, and pair it with fantastically quick and easy chocolate frosting.
Take to heart these special Valentine’s Day macarons. The perfect target for Cupid’s arrow, they will prove irresistible for whomever you share them with, on the 14th of February or beyond. A wonderful way to say “I love you”, or whatever.
After the flurry of holiday treats, here’s a simple yet nutritious dish of bell peppers stuffed with wild rice and mushrooms. I wouldn’t call it a resolution, as this actually is a typical meal for me any time of the year.
It’s a smooth road to making rocky road fudge. It’s one of the easiest, if not the easiest, go-to chocolate treats you can make in a jiffy. Simple is always good, particularly around the holidays when there’s lots to do. It also makes a great addition if you want a mix of cookies for that cookie exchange.
Enjoy this healthy, delicious and quick baby asparagus with sesame seed lemon ginger dressing made with a splash of soy sauce that packs a punch of wonderful flavors. It’s a great addition to your crudité platter, served as an appetizer or side dish.