I couldn’t pass up the chance for another fudgy brownie bite recipe! These are seriously the best little squares of brownie-meets-fudge goodness that you’ll ever taste, completely irresistible.
My Icelandic grandmother loved to tell the story of receiving oranges in her Christmas stocking. As a poor family on an isolated island, citrus fruits were a rare expensive treat.
The first day of fall is the perfect way to wrap up Oktoberfeast week! I’ve had so much fun making my favorite Bavarian recipes to share with you.
I have to admit, there’s nothing healthyish about these decadent fudgy brownies topped with rich ganache. I don’t think we can count the delicious orange zest in both the brownies and the creamy chocolate topping, and we definitely can’t count the orange liqueur spike, but every now and then life calls for some irresistible decadence.
If you’ve visited Colorado, you might have seen green chile on almost every menu in some form or another. Green chile stew trades tomatoes for tomatillos and beef for shredded pork, all slow-simmered and loaded with freshly roasted green chiles.
Here’s a recipe that I’ve made for years and come back to over and over! Roasted jalapeños stuffed with three kinds of cheese & sausage are a major winner for everyone who loves a little spiciness.
The only downside to Colorado’s gloriously chilly fall weather right now – which I am loving – is that the two o’clock slump gets extra rough. It’s easy to power through that comfort-food craving when the sun is beating down, but something about overcast skies and wearing a sweater just makes me want to snack on warm,
Hello friends! I know you’re smart, independent, capable people.
This creamy potato salad was a huge hit at our Fourth party! Sometimes it’s these last-minute thrown-together dishes that come out the best.
Camping isn’t camping without a roaring fire, and a fire isn’t complete without s’mores! I love roasting over an open fire, but here’s an easy way to enjoy all the goodness of s’mores from your kitchen.