Two years ago, a dear friend of ours, Lyle, came to visit at Christmas time and brought a beautiful jar of bourbon pecans, and I scoffed, because I hate pecans. Or… so I thought… Cuz then I ate one of these and I couldn’t stop eating them, and I insisted on getting the recipe from
A friend of mine shared this recipe video on my Facebook feed a few weeks ago, and I knew immediately I had to make these nachos. La Bomba Nachos, fools! So I did change some things. First, I nixed the mozzarella cheese. People. Mozzarella cheese has no place in Mexican cooking. Stop mixing cuisines, mkay?
GUYYSSSSSSSS. I knocked these out of the park. I really, really did. They were SO GOOD. Last week I posted about my //Buffalo Chicken Nachos// and how they just barely won a contest for which recipe I would make next – well these came in a very close second. I had been tossing this idea
I love snack mixes. They are usually ridiculously easy to make, and highly addictive, and great to have out at a party. I also love mixed nuts. Planters Mixed Nuts – my favorite – I usually eat all the Brazil nuts first and then all the cashews and then it’s a free-for-all for the rest.
A little while ago, I couldn’t decide which new recipe to make first, so I held a little contest on Instagram and Facebook to help me choose. The winner, but not by much, was Buffalo Chicken Nachos! So here you go, folks! A couple years back I actually made a buffalo chicken nachos recipe that
As soon as I saw this video for //Bloomin’ Brie Bread// posted by Delish on Facebook, I had to try it. WHO DOESN’T LOVE OOEY GOOEY OOZY CHEESE?! Well, we were sorely disappointed in this, but it’s not a #52NewEats fail because it actually still tasted very good. I really just think for video purposes,
Mmmmm, baked brie. Warm, melty, spready cheese. On a salty cracker. With sweet, tangy balsamic strawberries on top. Mmm, mmm, mmm. This recipe for baked brie was really, really decadent. I had to make myself stop eating it so that I would eat my dinner! I will definitely make it again, but I will change
I was perusing Facebook one day and because Facebook is a stalker, it showed me a comment a friend of mine left on someone else’s post. My friend (‘sup Sara! 💖) was asking for this recipe, and commenting on how addictive this snack mix was. And like, who can’t get behind an addicting snack mix?! But
I discovered within the last couple of years that I am, indeed, a passionate lover of goat cheese. Not really the crumbly goat cheese – I like the stuff that comes in a log and is creamy and tangy and delicious. So when I saw //this recipe for Herbed Goat Cheese//, my mouth immediately started