Wednesday, 16 March 2022

Irish Whipped Cream

 
 

Irish Cream- a slightly boozy cream addition for coffee, chocolate mousse, hot cocoa, cake, brownies and many other treats! It is a sweet and creamy topping with just a hint of chocolate!
 
Surprise your loved ones with this topping on St. Patrick's Day! 

Irish Whipped Cream

1 cup heavy whipping cream

2 T granulated sugar

2 T  Irish Cream

 

Pour the heavy cream into a bowl with the sugar. Use whisk attachment to whip the cream at medium speed until the mixture thickens a bit. 

Slowly pour the Irish Cream while shipping into the bowl and continue to beat until the mixture thickens completely. 

Refrigerate until ready to use. Can be refrigerated for 3 days. 

 



 

 


Sunday, 27 February 2022

Chicken Parmigiana



 
It all started a long time ago with eggplant!

The classic Italian dish of eggplant sautéed in olive oil and layered with tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese. Though the name means "eggplant in the style of Parma," a Northern Italian city, the dish originates in Southern Italy where eggplants, tomatoes, and olive oil are plentiful. In fact, real classic eggplant parm is made solely with mozzarella cheese—it doesn't necessarily have Parmesan at all. 

Monday, 21 February 2022

Lemon Loaf- copy cat Starbucks




I believe I nailed it!! That delicious Lemon Loaf at Starbucks! This is a copy cat of that delicious soft lemony loaf we can't resist when we stop into Starbucks! 
This recipe is easy to follow, takes about 1 hour total to make and it will make you and your family want more!
 

Saturday, 12 February 2022

Chocolate Tartufo

 


"Death by Chocolate".....I never quite understood this expression? The phrase always sounded funny to me....almost dangerous really...what could possibly go wrong with chocolate?

Friday, 11 February 2022

Cheese Souffle


 
This is KILLER! That is what I wrote on this recipe from my 22 years of culinary education. I love souffle and this is one of my favorites! I have tweeked it here and there to perfection!

Thursday, 10 February 2022

Bacon Wrapped Brussel Sproats



 


The Super Bowl may technically be an NFL game, but we all know what we're really looking forward to when Sunday rolls around—the snacks. Some of our personal favorites include classics like Cinnamon Fireball Wings, a fun recipe using Cinnamon Fireball whiskey! Add a few shots to match!  A long time favorite is Spicy Stuffed Mushrooms that my daughter Holly created ....yum! I love making these quick and easy Pepperoni Pin Wheels, a fun presentation and so delicious!  Pepper Poppers filled with delicious Feta and Pepperjack cheeses are always a hit too! But if you want to branch out a little bit, I have also a few healthy-ish recipes also included a few healthy-ish recipes, Buffalo Cauliflower BitesRoasted Thyme Tomato Bruschetta, Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings and this delicious appetizer Bacon Wrapped Brussel Sprouts!—even if your team doesn't win, at least you'll have a winning menu.

Sunday, 6 February 2022

Pork Schnitzel Sliders



Superbowl! Let's change it up a bit! This idea hit me when I was frying pork schnitzel for dinner the other night. Wee Bear and I love pork schnitzel and I got to thinking, why not make a slider with it for a party!

Buffalo Cauliflower


 

Superbowl!! I made individual plates with several appetizer's to nosh on while watching the game! with the Buffalo Cauliflower I included

Vegetable sticks
Bacon Wrapped Brussel Sprouts(will write recipe tomorrow)
 

Saturday, 5 February 2022

Sausage and cheddar Meatball Appetizer (baked)



I decided on a individual appetizer plate for each guest for a dinner party I had last weekend. We watched the play off game with our appetizer plates, then moved to the dining room for dinner. I prepared Beef Bourguignon for the main with creamy mashed potatoes, crusty sour dough bread and a side salad. My guests raved about the entire meal! 

Friday, 28 January 2022

Braised Short Rib Pot Pie

    


 

Who doesn’t love a great pot pie?  Meat and vegetables and gravy under a blanket of pastry, these pies are American Classics.  But they go back in culinary history considerably longer. In the Roman Empire, the pastry was banquet fare.  Sometimes the crust revealed live birds, which must have been quite a shock to unsuspecting guests.   In 16th century England meat pies became all the rage.  The English ate meat pies of all sorts – pork, lamb, game and they were especially fond of using venison. 

Thursday, 27 January 2022

Braised Rib Tacos

 


Just in time for Play off games and Super Bowl!

I made braised Short Ribs the other day and had some left over meat! Yay!

Here's what I did!

I wrapped the shredded short rib meat in warmed tortillas and top with diced white onions, sliced radishes, slaw and salsa.That's it!! A second dinner DONE!

Tuesday, 25 January 2022

Stuffed pork chop with mustard cream sauce

This recipe is easy enough for a great weeknight meal, but they’re fancy enough to impress guests. And, they’re a great to use up your leftover stuffing from Thanksgiving.

I recommend bone-in pork chops that are about 1 1/2″ thick. The butcher can cut a pocket in them for you so that is one less step you have to do at home. Your local butcher will love serving you. Don’t be afraid of that meat counter!

Saturday, 22 January 2022

Blue Cheese Dip

 



It's a rule at our house.....you simply cannot have chicken tenders or buffalo wings without this blue cheese dip! Wee bear loves this blue cheese dip with just about anything! I love it with cut up vegetables like carrots, cucumber, red or yellow bell pepper, mushrooms or celery.

Friday, 21 January 2022

Hasselback Potatoes



This name for this yummy side dish comes from the Swedish word Hasselbacken, the Stockholm restaurant where it was first served.

Crispy on the outside and tender soft on the inside, the baked potato slices are similar to thick potato chips, but the slices are still attached to the base.