For those who haven't completely given up on homemade stuffing and are looking for a simple, memorable stuffing, this recipe - and it's tasty variations - will set you on the path in the right direction.
Sweetened, shredded coconut adds flavor and texture to a luscious butter and cream cheese frosting that's easy to make and ever so good. Use toasted coconut as a garnish to create an extra elegant cake.
Fresh oysters are cooked open face on the grill with a rich seasoned butter. This is concoction was developed by my buddy and I during a block party. We had people standing in line. Be sure to use leather gloves when shucking hot oysters. Sounds like a pain, but well worth the work.
Very basic, very simple soup. Potatoes are boiled, then mashed. Evaporated milk is blended in and some salt and white pepper is used to season the soup. Serve hot, or you can reheat in a microwave or double boiler.
The way the ingredients go together gives this African-inspired chicken, sweet potato, and peanut soup its unique flavor. The slow-cooker soup uses pantry basics, like peanut butter, canned tomatoes, and spices, and spins them in a deliciously different way.
Sliced apples are slathered in syrup, arranged in a baking dish and covered with a wonderful crumble made from brown sugar, butter and rolled oats. The crisp is then baked and served warm with scoops of rum raisin ice cream.