This is a delicious dish! Don’t think it’s just for breakfast – it’s great for any meal. Chef extraordinaire Mary Martini at Central Market’s Cooking School gave me this recipe. You can use whatever combination of ingredients you like, and you can make it ahead of time and pop it in the oven the day you want to serve it. Enjoy!
This clever no-churn method allows you to make delicious homemade ice cream without an ice cream maker! The sweetened condensed milk binds the base while whipped cream makes the ice cream light and airy.
Serve these toasts during cocktail hour, alongside homemade soup for a light dinner, or topped with an olive oil-fried egg for brunch. This is spring cooking at its finest.
This Cajun catfish recipe from Boo Ray’s in Fort Worth might seem simple, though the flavors are anything but! The special part of this recipe is the creamy…
Print Recipe Pumpkin-Dulce De Leche Trifle with Toasted Pecans A great alternative to pie for Thanksgiving! You can make it in a large 4-quart trifle dish, or individual glasses. Make it a few hours in advance and store in the fridge until you’re ready to serve dessert. Inspired by one of my favorite recipes from […]
It’s an incredibly easy way to whip up breakfast for the whole family in one fell swoop! Every component, from the fresh-baked bread to the eggs, are cooked in the oven – no toasting, frying or scrambling required.
Print Recipe The Real New Orleans Style Restaurant’s Shrimp and Grits This dish from BB Lemon in Houston is a decadent – and it’s good for you too! Scallops are a lean protein packed with vitamin B12, vitamin E, potassium and magnesium. Peak season for fresh sea scallops is October through March. Votes: 5 Rating: […]
Print Recipe Bejas Shrimp and Mango Enchiladas Bejas in Fredericksburg brings the flavors of Baja, Mexico to the plate in this easy, but flavorful enchilada made with marinated shrimp, a colorful mango salsa and a cheesy cream sauce spiked with sherry. Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Entrées Servings servings MetricUS Imperial […]
Print Recipe The Real New Orleans Style Restaurant’s Shrimp and Grits This extra garlicky shrimp and grits recipe is as downhome as it gets – it was Chef Erin Legier’s mother’s recipe. You’ll find Chef Erin behind the stove at The Real New Orleans Style Restaurant in Marble Falls stirring up Cajun and Creole classics […]
Print Recipe Broken Barrel’s Peppermint Chocolate Martini Votes: 2 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Course Cocktails Servings cocktail MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 3 ounces vodka1 ounce godiva liquor1 ounce heavy creamDash simple syrupDash pure peppermint extract Course Cocktails Servings cocktail MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 3 ounces vodka1 ounce godiva liquor1 ounce heavy creamDash simple syrupDash pure […]
Print Recipe Hasselback Potato Gratin with Winter Herbs and Fontina Let us introduce you to the potato dish that will steal the show at your next holiday feast: Hasselback Potato Gratin. This crispy, cheesy, über-decadent casserole is a happy mash-up of a potato gratin and accordion-cut hasselback potatoes. The trick is to thinly slice the […]
Print Recipe Silky Pan Gravy with Cream, Cognac & Thyme Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Sauces, Sides Servings cups MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Drippings and vegetables from Dry-Brined Roasted Turkey2 Tablespoons cognac1/2 cup dry Vermouth2-1/2 cups Rich Turkey Broth2 teaspoons lightly chopped fresh thyme leaves1/2 cup heavy cream1/4 cup all-purpose flour Course […]
Print Recipe Jonathan’s The Rub’s Gorgonzola-Prosciutto Mashed Potatoes Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Sides Servings servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 4 lbs. Yukon gold potatoes1/4 lbs. unsalted butter 1 stick1.5 cups heavy cream1 tsp each sea salt coarse ground pepper, granulated onion and granulated garlic6 oz Gorgonzola divided6 oz prosciutto de Parma […]
Print Recipe Grape Juice’s Crackeroni Grape Juice in Kerrville is a charming wine bistro in the Hill Country that prides itself on cooking up “things you know…with a twist”. This craveable mac-and-cheese was named “Crackeroni” by its guests is amped up with smoked gouda cheese. Votes: 5 Rating: 4.6 You: Rate this recipe! Course Entrées […]
When making homemade caramel sauce, there are two important rules: First, have patience. It will take a while for the sugar to caramelize and achieve the deep amber color you’re looking for, but keep an eye on the pot. It can go from your desired color to burnt very quickly.