Apple crisp is one of the best fall desserts. It’s warm, gooey and sweet, just like Grandma used to make. Apple crisp is an old-fashioned dessert that remains a favorite after all these years.
If you can’t decide between a cheesy quesadilla or a filling fajita, combine the two and enjoy both. Shrimp fajita quesadillas are a concoction of flavorful shrimp, sauteed onion, pepper and garlic served up in a crisp tortilla. Dip it in salsa and sour cream for an extra burst of flavor.
Picnics and barbecues are in full swing, and football tailgates are soon on the way. Flavorful oyster crackers are a fun munchie for any upcoming get-together with family and friends.
You can’t beat traditional lasagna — unless it’s lasagna made with sweet Italian sausage simmered in a sauce flavored with garlic, onion and sweet basil.
This is a delightful dish that can be made any time of year. It’s light enough for summer served with a side salad. Or it can warm you up in the winter when served atop comforting pasta.
Liven up your Fourth of July barbecue with a bang of color. Healthy and flavorful veggie kebobs are the perfect side dish to any grilled meat.
This satisfying pork stir fry will quickly become a family favorite. It’s flavorful and colorful and will wake up your eyes and your palate in a hurry.
Take your Easter table to the next level by serving up side dishes that are perfect for spring. Bright and colorful hues provide pops of color alongside traditional Easter ham and scalloped potatoes.