These are delicious for game dayIngredients1 bag of fries, homestyle with skins on1 12 oz bag cheddar cheese1 cup bacon pieces, cooked and crumbledDirectionsCook fries by oven or in deep fryerarrange one layer on baking sheettop with bacon pieces and cheddar cheeselayer to create 2 layers, ending in cheddar cheeseBake in 400 oven until cheese meltsEnjoy with a spicy BBQ sauce or Ranch for dipping
In many ways, the Chilean wine industry is similar to that of California: Both rely largely on Bordeaux varieties for red wines and chardonnay for whites; both have hot interiors and foggy coastal areas; and both have long experience is producing both affordable everyday wines and more complex, longer-lived “serious” ones.
Pumpkin and potatoes pasta is a delicate and creamy first course, perfect for a nice drizzly evening like there are so many these days. If like me you are a pumpkin lover and want to make the most of the last pumpkins of the season, you can't miss this recipe. If you want you can vary a bit the dish by changing the aromas, for example by going on sage or rosemary, for a more intense taste, or perhaps by adding cheese to pieces.
Maple-Glazed Chicken with Caramelized Onions and Pears! A one-skillet dinner you can serve right from the pan. A little mustard in the glaze gives the chicken some zing.Photography Credit:Sheryl JulianIn New England, where I live, there are so many grand maple trees that the syrup goes into everything.
Whether you’re a & 34;natural& 34; juicer who likes to squeeze their own fruits and vegetables into a fabulous purée of flavors, or someone who enjoys a nice Sunny D in the morning before heading to work, many of us find joy in juice. There’s something so refreshing about an ice-cold glass of orange juice — and it’s even better when you throw in a little cranberry juice to make your own mix of flavors.
RecipesIngredientsPastaPasta typesCouscousA small turkey like this is amazingly economical. Don& 39;t forget to keep the turkey carcass to make stock for soup.Be the first to make this!IngredientsServes: 8 4 large lemons340 g (12 oz) couscous1 tsp turmeric1 tsp ground cumin1 tsp ground cinnamon900 ml (1½ pints) hot chicken or turkey stock, preferably home-made115 g (4 oz) ready-to-eat dried apricots, chopped4 tbsp chopped fresh mint1 turkey, about 2.