This delicious recipe is so easy and fast that you’ll surprise everyone you make it for, and you might even surprise yourself. The key ingredient is hominy, which is a dried maize mote, or in plain English, a dried corn
September has arrived with crispness, backpacks, and school buses. This time of year is synonymous with soup. There’s just something special about dipping freshly baked bread into a bowl of steaming soup. This recipe is a long time favorite of
If you have kids then the word “Ratatouille” likely conjures up images from that movie with a mouse cooking. Don’t worry, no mice were harmed or used in this recipe. This dish is a twist on the classic meat sauce
I’m a big fan of fresh dough from Wegmans. Not only is it economical ($2.50 each) it also tastes great. When I’m not using it for my famous (in my head) Stromboli it easily becomes individual sized pizzas or Calzones.
I grew up in Portugal and I would eat a Bitoque (bee-tock) about once a week, sometimes more. It’s such a traditional dish that you can find it on pretty much any menu. It’s so easy to make and is