A charcuterie (shar-coo-ter-ee) board is a great addition to any dinner event, centered around delicious aged meats, sausages and pates. Simple, yet so much flavor, with versatile ingredients. Southwest Metro Magazine reached out to me for some advice on this trendy plate. See full article in this month’s issue![Read more…] about See our article in SouthWest Metro Magazine on this summer’s trend: Charcuterie Boards
Another great idea for your slow-cooker: Roasted garlic!
This is a great way to add flavor to just about anything: spread it on a sandwich or flatbread. Use as a dipping oil for veggies or crackers. Use it for a marinade, or use it to sauté vegetables.[Read more…] about Mmmm, Garlic…
Here’s a recipe for a quick and easy summer salsa. Delicious served with crackers, over pasta, fish, or chicken![Read more…] about Recipe: Garden Caper Tomato Salsa
Looking for an easy entertaining idea? Here’s a fun twist on a summer classic, perfect for front porch parties or other gatherings: Fresh sliced watermelon platter, all dressed up with spring greens, dried fruit, nuts, fresh cheese, and a drizzle of Balsamic dressing. It’s something you can assemble in about five minutes, and still have the prettiest dish on the potluck table. 😉[Read more…] about Easy Summer Entertaining: Watermelon Platter
Do you have a group to feed, and don’t know where to start? We understand that when planning an event, no matter the size, the pressure is on to impress your guests and make them feel well-taken-care of. We put together some key points to guide you towards a successful event, so you can enjoy it along with your guests. Here are five key points to consider when planning your event:
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- 8 C sweet potatoes* peeled & diced into 1″ cubes
- 1 bunch kale, washed and chopped into thin ribbons
- 1 1/2 C pumpkin seeds, toasted
- 1/2 C red onion, sliced thin (*we used tri-color sweet potatoes in this recipe. You can also use a mix of sweet potatoes and garnet yams for added color).