360 – the restaurant at the CN Tower – revolves and has floor-to-ceiling glass windows look out upon Toronto, Canada. Here’s our review.
Turn hamburger, green pepper, and onion, into a Sloppy Joe that tastes like a Philly Cheesesteak. This is an easy recipe for some wonderful, homemade comfort food. The hardest part is chopping the veggies, and that can be done in a food processor.
Homemade Polish Dumplings go wonderfully with any kind of chicken soup. Polish Dumplings are made very simply and easily from potatoes and flour. They freeze well and are easy to reheat. They’re a comfort-foodie accompaniment to the stock you made from your leftover holiday turkey.
Sure, you made it past Christmas, but what are you going to do about New Years? This. The flavor of this fig-and-mascarpone appetizer is delicious, but the texture is equally interesting. It’s not at all difficult, but it is a time consuming recipe. Still, it’s best to make it day-of … well in advance.
Tired of pouring hot wax on your Elf on the Shelf? Spice up your boring routine with hot caramel sauce. Make It Like a Man will help you through the caramelization process, getting your caramel to a beautiful amber without burning it or anyone you love.
Here’s a simple and easy lemon trifle recipe. It’s got layers of lemon curd, lemon pudding, whipped cream, and a rich, delicious butter cake.
It’s Creamy Chicken Thyme! Here’s a recipe for skinless, boneless, lemon-and-garlicky chicken breasts – pan fried and then baked – with mushrooms and egg noodles, under a creamy Pinot Grigio sauce.
Who doesn’t love a Christmas Lasagna! Pop it into a multi-course lineup that includes a savory cheesecake, Opah, salad, butterflake rolls, and chocolate stout cake and you’ve got an epic celebration.
This is a collection of recipes for peanut butter and cocoa drop cookies – from the classic to the exotic – that require no baking. They’re chocolaty and satisfying … especially the forbidden ones! If you prefer to eat away your emotional frustrations, these are a godsend.