This traditional Maryland hot crab dip combines cream cheese, sour cream, and mayonnaise with fresh crab meat. It is topped with a sprinkling of Cheddar cheese and served with toasted baguette for a delicious appetizer.
Quinoa, butternut squash, zucchini, cranberries, and dried apricots add flavor and color to a pilaf-like dish that's gluten-free and nice to serve as a Thanksgiving side dish or used to stuff a turkey.
Spaghetti is the pasta backbone of this light salad featuring lots of sweet grape tomatoes, black olives, and sliced fresh mushrooms in a dressing with a Mediterranean vibe. It's perfect for a summer day.
For this classic recipe, crumbled bacon, Swiss cheese and a bit of diced onion are scattered in the bottom of a pastry shell and practically drowned in a luscious mixture of cream, eggs, sugar and cayenne pepper. The baked quiche is cooled slightly before being cut into beautiful wedges and served.
This is a very quick and simple no bake dessert cake. It uses graham crackers and a pudding mixture. It tastes just like an eclair, but there is enough for a crowd!! It is a great recipe for children who are learning to cook, there is no baking involved or any power kitchen tools. Just a bowl and a spoon!