Welcome to my third post for #TripleSBites, a super sexy, saucy, and spicy group of twenty bloggers sharing recipes for “Valentines and Beyond.”
Black-Eyed Pea Dip is a staple for us at any New Year’s Day celebration. I have seen similar recipes labeled as “Okie Caviar” and “Texas Caviar.” Whatever it’s called . . . → Read More: Spicy Black-Eyed Pea Dip with Green Chiles for #TripleSBites
I posted this recipe recently as a topping for a pizza. As the holidays approach, it is worthy of another mention.
This might not be the most beautiful appetizer ever created, but if you like mushrooms, you will be all over this.
Mushroom Pâté recipe from Eating Well (Sept/Oct 2015)
3 T. extra virgin olive oil, . . . → Read More: Mushroom Pâté
A delicious dip that can be served hot or at room temperature. . . . → Read More: Caramelized Onion Dip for #10DaysofTailgate
I am not a huge football fan.
My high school was so small…..
How small was it?
It was so small that we did not have a football team. No joke, I graduated with eleven people. We couldn’t even field an 8-man team.
When I got to college, I went to the obligatory football . . . → Read More: Warm Garden Salsa #10DaysofTailgate: The Kick-Off!
Here is my post for August’s Secret Recipe Club. . . . → Read More: Guacamole Hummus
Well, we are definitely back from the lake (and have been for some time).
I am still enjoying my time off at home (which is coming to an end soon), but I did have to start working and tweaking and modding the master schedule so students can get the classes the need/want. This is a giant Rubik’s . . . → Read More: Grilled Eggplant-Tomato Pitas
What screams Valentine’s Day? Chocolates, truffles, candied hearts, pickle dip. Pickle dip? Yes, only here at EE would be be celebrating Heart’s and Flower’s Day with a piquant and tart recipe. . . . → Read More: Peperoncini Pepper Dip
During the holidays, I often wax poetic and get nostalgic about my childhood. This is going to be one of those posts. (Please bear with me.)
My mom and aunt were both home economics teachers. (Today they would be called FACS teachers for Family and Consumer Sciences.) They would often discuss the latest food trends, . . . → Read More: The “Party Book” and a vintage dip recipe (circa 1960)
I great dip, spread, or wrap filling. Delicious!! . . . → Read More: Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Bean Dip
A delicious appetizer for this month’s Secret Recipe Club. . . . → Read More: Sun Dried Tomato and Olive Cheese Spread