Make this Christmas morning beverage — like a Creamsicle in a glass — part of your family’s holiday breakfast tradition.
This is Part 2 of the Cinco de Yummo recipe series: Fresh Guacamole. These are tried and true recipes, and the perfect way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with your family and friends. Make sure you don’t miss Part 1 of the series: Betserita’s Frozen Margaritas.
This is Part 1 of the Cinco de Yummo recipe series: Betserita’s Frozen Margaritas. These are tried and true recipes, and the perfect way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with your family and friends. Make sure you don’t miss Part 2 of the series: Fresh Guacamole.
Reward yourself with a pitcher of my favorite margaritas and a big bowl of homemade guac. These are tried and true recipes, and the perfect way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo (misunderstood history notwithstanding) with your family and friends.
There are lots of recipes for Christmas sugar cookies out there. But my family’s recipe for “Merry Christmas Cutout Cookies,” now being made by a fourth generation of Walsh descendants, is superior. Here’s why: This recipe actually tastes good.
So here’s a confession: I’m not much into kitchen gadgets. I find that at least 50% of these ‘time saving tools’ are superfluous if you have a good set of sharp knives and opposable thumbs. I’ve been gifted many gadgets over the years that I’ve used once or twice.
My mother-in-law was one of the most saintly women to walk the planet, but an adventurous chef she was not. She stuck close to her Canadian roots. Not familiar with Canadian cuisine? It’s not surprising that no one utters the words, “Let’s order Canadian tonight.”
This is Part 1 of my Pumpkin Everything Series! Pumpkin’s always been a huge crowd-pleaser in my family. I’ve been making this recipes for over a quarter decade, and today I’m happy to share with with you, my Strawberry Kitchen pumpkin patch pals.
Happy Halloween! This is Part 2 of the Pumpkin Everything Series. This is a perfect meal to serve with salad and bread before Trick-or-Treating, or as a first course at Thanksgiving. I almost always double it, so there’s plenty of leftovers to enjoy later.