If there’s a breakfast food that you want to try soon, please let these be it! I wouldn’t ever be able to tell you in words how good they are, you just need to try them yourself.These french toast roll-ups from Patis Mexican table have hot, gooey fillings stuffed into the middle of them with golden-brown, buttery outsides coated in a sweet, crunchy cinnamon sugar
I love any excuse I can come up with for posting, and subsequently devouring, all sorts of delicious dips. Today it could be NFL gameweek 14 and ability to watch football through the fall and early winter. So this is a perfect time of year to introduce Jalapeno Popper Dip from Simply Gourmet – it’s a great choice for all of your fall gatherings, and is perfect for any game-day get-togethers you’re planning once the season gets under way. And
Frank Rand once said “Everything good in life is immoral, illegal or fattening”. Sometimes I do believe he was right. When we crave for something good to eat we never crave about eating a carrot or some soy milk. We always crave for a decadent piece of cake, a cheese slice of pizza or a juicy stake. One of my all time favorite game day snacks are wings with blue cheese dressing and celery.
While they cure the craving too, wings are messy and not Continue reading
We continue onto Week 14 of College Football, which means another delicious Football bite! These bite-sized Buffalo Chicken Bites are oven baked, not fried, so not only do they taste great, but are so much healthier for you. They are perfect for snacking, appetizers, parties and tailgating. SO if you want to try a healthier version of your favorite
football treat, follow Joelen’s recipe from what’s cookin’ chicago food blog, they would be a hit for sure !
A must have at every large get together: birthdays, football, holidays…. Am I being clear here? This stuff is so utterly crazy addictive that I have actually sat here and struggled to find words to describe it. Let me paint this picture for you: Do you ever go to a party and find yourself addicted to one appetizer, dip, spread? Continue reading