How To Make Squash Casserole

This Southern Squash Casserole – oh man, where do I even begin? It’s the ultimate comfort food, the kind of dish that screams holidays and family gatherings. Growing up, it was the only way I’d touch squash. We only had it on special occasions, like Thanksgiving or potlucks at church. But down South, this casserole’s practically a legend. Everyone knows it, everyone brings it to potlucks, and everyone loves it. Can you blame them? It’s pure heaven – tender squash swimming in a creamy, cheesy sauce, all under a blanket of buttery, crunchy crackers. It’s the kind of dish that … Read more


23 Easy Party Appetizers

Arrange a party? Hate to think of spending hours in the kitchen? Unwind! The day is saved by these 23 simple party appetisers. This assortment of mouthwatering finger snacks is easy to prepare and contains both crowd-pleasing classics and interesting new tastes. Without working too hard, wow your visitors — let’s get this party underway! Give up the worry and welcome to mouthwatering finger snacks! 1. Tortilla Chip Seven-Layer Dip An old classic revived for parties! A vibrant and tasty masterpiece is created by layering refried beans, salsa, guacamole, sour cream, and cheese. Serve with your favorite tortilla chips; this … Read more


23 Super Bowl Appetizers

It’s time to give up the soggy takeout and limp vegetables since the Super Bowl is coming up. These 23 simple appetiser ideas are ideal for feeding a large group and will elevate your game day feast! This selection includes both popular favorites and intriguing new tastes to satiate any appetite. Prepare to win the snacking game with least work and most flavor! It’s time for flavorful, simple appetizers; put down the tension of difficult dishes! 1. Guacamole with Roasted Garlic A traditional with an upscale touch! By roasting the garlic, this recipe gives traditional guacamole a richer, deeper taste. … Read more


Crispy Smashed Potatoes

I love crispy smashed potatoes! Forget two or three – I want at least four for myself. I usually enjoy potato wedges, roasted potatoes, and French fries, but these smashed potatoes are now my absolute favorite. They have a fantastic crispy outer layer, a creamy inside, and a delicious garlic-Parmesan flavor that I think everyone would love. What’s great is that you can enjoy them for various occasions. Add some chipotle sauce for a tasty game day snack or sprinkle fresh herbs for a Thanksgiving side dish. The best part is, you don’t have to choose – you can keep … Read more


Crispy / Crispy Potatoes

Baked Brie with Pomegranates

This baked brie recipe is a fantastic holiday appetizer. It’s not only delicious but also easy to make. Picture this: gooey brie on a crispy baguette with honey, fruit, and nuts. It looks amazing too, with festive red, white, and green colors. Plus, it only takes 10 minutes to prepare, making it perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year’s parties. Actually, it’s so tasty that you’ll want to enjoy it at gatherings throughout the entire winter! My Simple Baked Brie Recipe When I’ve had baked brie before, it was usually wrapped in puff pastry. But as I played around with this recipe, I realized … Read more


Baked / Brie / Pomegranates

Fresh Spring Rolls

I really enjoy eating fresh spring rolls with peanut sauce, especially in the summer. They’re cool and tasty, filled with noodles, tofu, veggies, and herbs. The dipping sauce adds a sweet and savory kick. While I often order Vietnamese spring rolls at restaurants, I also like making them at home. I can’t claim they’re 100% authentic because I like to try different fillings like mango or avocado. Making them is fun, and they turn out delicious. Below is my favorite simple spring roll recipe, along with some tips. If you want something easy and fresh, give it a try! Variation … Read more


Spring Rolls

Buffalo Cauliflower Wings

Buffalo cauliflower wings, a plant-based version of buffalo chicken wings, have become a game day staple in recent years. Following my testing and perfecting of this recipe, buffalo cauliflower is too excellent to limit to game day. I’ve been cooking it up for fall gatherings and movie nights, for TV binge sessions and even the rare lunch or dinner. It’s crispy on the edges and tender in the middle, spicy, sour, and a little bit sweet. Try one floret erm, wing, and I promise, you’ll be back for more before you know it. How to Make the BEST Cauliflower Buffalo … Read more


Buffalo / Wings