“This cake makes me happy”, exclaimed one young guest. Fresh citrus is the secret to that happiness, creating a taste of sunshine and good times in every bite. Although this cake has a rich buttercream cheese frosting, it is at the same time refreshing because of its citrus zest and glaze. Perfect for any celebration.
This flavorful dish was created in the early 1950’s in the small beach town of Nerano on the Sorrento Peninsula in Italy.
A recipe for French mustard glazed chicken!
The classic ham and cheese crepe is a French favorite and one of the most famous street foods in France. Just a few simple ingredients make for an easy and delicious breakfast or lunch recipe.
The combination of creamy avocado with the sweetoven-roasted tomatoes on a slice of freshbread is heavenly!
While this dessert has English roots, taking its name from Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III, it has become known as a traditional French dessert that uses a cylindrical mold and can be prepared in several different ways.
This is a family favorite that has been enjoyed for years and a perfect treat for Easter!
This has been one of my all – time favorite dishes since I was a child. It was made famous by the legendary Sirio Maccioni, at his renown NYC restaurant, Le Cirque
The juice from the freshly squeezed orange is the secret to this delicious dish! A quick and easy meal with brightness from the citrus lends a taste of sunshine to your table.
This classic French sauce is a very versatile light custard that can be served with fruit, cakes, tarts, souffles and cobblers.
This simple cake is lightly dusted with powdered sugar and can be served with berries, crème anglaise or raspberry coulis. It is light enough for breakfast, a snack or dessert.
This is a perfect dip for any party and can be served with kettle cooked potato chips, tortilla chips or toasted baguettes. There’s no wrong way to eat this classic!
This simple, Italian stew is a family recipe we have enjoyed for years. It’s perfect for a cool evening or Sunday dinner and can be prepared very easily.
When I was a little girl, my mom made these cookies every year at Christmastime. The kitchen smelled heavenly, and I loved helping her decorate the gingerbread people with royal icing, cinnamon candies and whatever else we had on hand.
This is a one blender dip! In just five minutes you can whip up a tasty dip to serve with tortilla chips, chopped veggies, as a delicious side or healthy filling for quesadillas.