I just love eggs any way I can get them. If you’re looking for something to do with those dyed Easter Eggs, I have the perfect recipe for you. This egg salad can be served as an appetizer or as a sandwich for a main course.
These 'Right on Red,' 'Yes to Yellow' and 'Orange You Sweet' peppers are especially delightful when stuffed with turkey sausage, cheese, onions and spices. They make wonderful appetizers or snacks.
If you don’t have much time and you want something tasty this recipe can be thrown together in a hurry and it works equally well with almonds.
I typically serve these glazed walnuts during the winter holidays, but they are also good to have around for adding a little crunch to salads or for topping off ice cream.
Halloween at my house goes hand in hand with one of my favorite seasonal treats, roasted pumpkin seeds. These make a healthy and delicious snack and preparing them can be a lot of fun for children. This is a simple method for roasting pumpkin seeds that I hope will become a Halloween tradition in your home.
This recipe makes 2 cups.
These pecans combine savory garlic and sweet honey with excellent results. They are always a hit at a party and super easy to prepare.
This pumpkin seed party mix is a big hit anytime I serve it. It really doesn’t take any time to prepare this. You can make it ahead of time, put it in an airtight container and have it ready for your next soiree.
Chef Martha Foose at the Viking Cooking School makes entertaining seem easy with her recipe for Marinated Feta Bruschetta. The Viking Cooking School is open to the public and has more than 10 schools around the country including locations in Dallas, Memphis, New York, Walnut Creek, California, Atlanta, and St. Louis.
Makes about 24 appetizers.