Beth Le Manach: I didn't always love smoked salmon. In fact, it took a Christmas dinner with my in-laws (in France!) for me to discover how much I love it. Now, I find that it's the perfect dish for festive occasions and also a simple and delicious solution to lazy night dinners. Just toast a few slices of bread, whip up an easy crème fraîche, and voila! Dinner is served. For a full meal, add a mixed green salad. Simple!
Gravlax is a Scandinavian dish usually served as an appetizer or it's perfect for brunch! It's a beautiful piece of Salmon cured with salt, sugar and herbs...then thinly sliced and paired with bagels, dill, capers, etc. This is something most people buy at the store, but Louise Leonard says it's worth it to make it at home! Curing the fish is not as hard as you might think and the amazing flavors make it well worth the effort.
Jenny Park ( http://spoonforkbacon.com ): Ham and cheese crescent rolls are a fun recipe that parents can make with their little ones. They look cute and taste delicious which makes them a great snack for kids ... and adults love them, too! They also make a great finger food for parties. Just be sure to make enough because they'll go fast!
Jenny Park ( http://spoonforkbacon.com ): Who can deny the popularity and tastiness of a piping hot spinach and artichoke dip? It's a snap to prepare and rich in flavor so it's not surprise that it's a party staple. Our tip: ditch the carbs and serve it alongside fresh cut veggies. FTW!
We asked for recipes inspired by this year's Academy Award nominees and subscriber saltcatering (http://www.youtube.com/saltcatering ) answered with a cheeky recipe for fried mac and cheese nuggets called ... Moneyballs. Get it!? Well, we love it! It's macaroni and cheese. It's fried. It's coated in panko crumbs. It really doesn't get much better! Fry up some of these babies for your Oscar party and you'll be awarded Best Host!
Have you ever tried to make mussels at home? We strongly suggest you try it. This delectable dish from Whitney Webster is one of the easiest recipes you could ever attempt and it's sure to impress your guests! Don't forget to soak up that garlic and wine broth with your crusty bread...it's the best part!
Looking for the perfect recipe to serve this Easter? You've got to try these edible Easter Baskets! This is NOT your basic side salad.These beautiful 'baskets' are filled with healthy Spring veggies, slathered with a scrumptious vinaigrette and they even have cute little handles! Come on...you have to admit these are pretty adorable!
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