Chocolate and almonds top off a rich buttery toffee. A simple recipe that you could easily remember and whip up any time. I always get compliments and requests for more. Use any type of nut that you like in place of the almonds.
In this version of the classic Spanish dish, chicken, chorizo sausage, and shrimp combine with rice simmered in broth and flavored with saffron threads, garlic, onions, red pepper flakes, paprika, and bay leaf.
This marvelous sauce is the reason you grow your own tomatoes. Dice a few and add minced garlic, fresh basil and the best quality olive oil you can buy. Let the heady mixture rest at room temperature for a few hours, then toss with hot pasta.
The recipe transforms thin supermarket pork chops into an unforgettable-juicy-tender-flavor-packed-lip-smacking pork experience. A combination of brining, marinating, and saucing. All can be prepared ahead except for the last 5 minutes of grilling.
There are lots of diced veggies that give this salad its flavor, color, and name. Red bell pepper to diced green onion. And a few generous splashes of hot pepper sauce give it some zip. Tuna never had it so good. Serves four.
This pretty "cake" is actually stacked fresh watermelon and strawberries, decorated with fun cut-out shapes made of sliced fruit. Use cantaloupe, pineapple, or other fresh fruits and berries to make colorful layers of fruit. Kids and adults will love this cake.