Baked beans can be enjoyed at breakfast, lunch or supper -throughout the year. This recipe for Homemade Quebec Maple Baked Beans is truly that versatile. Also provided in this recipe are cooking guidelines so that these baked beans can easily be made in your slow-cooker or oven. Make a batch of these great tasting baked beans today!
June 29th is National Waffle Iron Day, and who am I to ignore a holiday? I’ll be whipping up these Breakfast Poutine Waffles on the 29th, and I thought I’d share the recipe with all of you so that you can do the same. 🙂 Today’s post also includes some wonderful sweet and savory waffle recipes from the wonderful group of tastemakers from the Sunday Supper Movement. So, be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of the post, you’ll be glad that you did.
Get togethers in the summer are so much fun! Outdoor parks, camps, beaches or even backyard BBQ’s are great venues for get togethers with friends and family. A group of tastemakers from the Sunday Supper Movement and I will be sharing a fantastic variety of foods which are perfect for those potluck get togethers. My contribution to this event will be this recipe for an Easy Summer Chickpea Salad.
Have you ever thrown a tapas party? A group of tastemakers from the Sunday Supper Movement and I will be sharing a fantastic variety of tapas foods, including desserts and beverages with all of you. Since this week’s theme was tapas, I thought of sharing this recipe for these Roasted Bell Pepper Goat Cheese Bites with all of you.
As you probably know, tapas is the Spanish term for appetizers, or small snacks. I don’t know about you, but I love the concept of having small bite-sized portions of food, especially when entertaining. As a guideline, if you are hosting a 1-2 hour cocktail tapas party, you should plan to serve 6-8 bites per person; whereas a tapas dinner party will require 12-15 bites per person.
What could be more satisfying than this recipe for Spicy Penne all’Arrabbiata for a simple week night meal? With only a few simple ingredients and just 30 minutes, you can make this classic Italian pasta dish. Easy, quick & economical. Are you willing to take the heat?
Looks & tastes like a meatball, except it’s not! With just one bite of this cacio e uova meatless recipe, you’ll quickly become a fan of cucina povera. You’ll be truly amazed at how good this appetizer is when you consider the ingredients: stale bread, eggs and cheese. Come and take a closer look at this forgotten, traditional Southern Italian food.