Couple of hours till New Years Eve…now it’s a time to turn the page – to reflect on the past year and to made New Year’s resolutions and wishes — like to lose weight, get a better job, and drink less, eat and live healthier perhaps?
You know what seems to be all the rage in restaurants these days? Fusion, or the combining of several separate cuisines into one dish. The fusion of pizza and sandwiches – why not ? I’m good with that. I love that you can basically turn anything into a sandwich. Which reminds me of the Sandwich King (he’s so funny, and I love him)! I wonder what he’d think of this
It’s cheesy. Oh yes. Very cheesy. Bubbling It’s super creamy – not dry like some homemade mac and cheese can get. It’s rich, ooey, gooey, and, yeah – in my humble opinion – the best macaroni and cheese recipe ever, not because i have tried every single one( belive me i have tried many), It’s because whenever I take a glorious melty bite, I simply cannot imagine a better classic mac and cheese. I found a recipe on Martha Stewart’s website which apparently came from singer-songwriter John Legend.
Plain chocolate fudge- no add ins, no extra flavoring, no toppings. How boring, right? In my opinion, fudge isn’t fudge without some walnuts.. so this is my favorite fudge recipe so far out of the 3479014746 fudge recipes that I’ve tried. I found this recipe on Nestle Very Best Baking a while ago with over a dozens of repins, so I knew I had to keep it.
Maybe is the Christmas, maybe is the weather, or Meatless Thursdays i know it supposed to be on Monday, but does it really mean when you have craving for yummy salads that you can pair it with a good wine and toasted baguette.
So if you like mozzarella, cherry tomato and you love avocados too only thing left is to look at just a spoonful of recipe and toast a baguette and dinner is served.
PLUS it’s superrrr easy to make- the only recipes worth making, right?!