Created By Paul Corsentino, Executive Chef At The National, This Fall Basket Cocktail Recipe Is A Light, Sweet Blend That Brings You Into Autumn At The First Sip. Mix Up Your Own By Rimming A Martini Glass With Brown Sugar And Pouring In A Shaken Mix Of 1 1/2 Ounces Of Apple-Infused Vodka, An Ounce Of Frangelico Hazelnut Liqueur And A Splash Each Of Simple Syrup And Cranberry Juice. Garnish With A Slice Of Apple!
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.
I love grits, which is strange since I was raised in Wisconsin. My husband on the other hand hates them and he was raised in the south. He however loves these garlicky, cheesy grits. This is a great dish to serve with barbequed ribs or chicken
A great way to use up all those extra fresh tomatoes and zucchini from the garden during late summer. My family loves this soup! If you like, this soup can be thinned with a little bit of milk or cream.
Lots of interesting stuff in this marinated zucchini salad. Onion soup mix, white wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar, chopped veggies, sliced zucchini, and time in the fridge to mingle and chill. Six generous servings.
The garden-fresh flavor of roma tomatoes is complimented by the tart notes of marinated artichokes in a delectable sauce that can be prepared in less time than it takes to cook up a package of fresh cheese ravioli.
Eat your muesli! If you've never tried this granola-like breakfast treat, this is a great recipe. Lots of bran and oats and raisins and nuts, with just enough brown sugar to add a bit of sweetness. Serve as is with soy milk, or plop the bowl in the microwave and eat it warm.