Fried chicken often gets all the credit as the best of the fried foods. However, one bite of this city chicken and you’re bound to agree that this Pittsburgh classic is just as good, if not even better. Using tender chunks of pork that are breaded, flash fried, and then baked to perfection- this vintage recipe is another one straight from Nonna’s Italian American kitchen.
Haven’t baked bread from scratch before? Put your slow cooker to work, and whip up a loaf of this easy crockpot rosemary & olive oil bread. It’s simple, yet deeply flavorful. Crusty on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside- it’s perfect served with a simple schmear of butter or with seasoned dipping oils on the side.
Peach bourbon meatballs take an ordinary dish and dress it up with a sweet and spicy barbecue blend. The slow cooker makes this recipe an effortless appetizer that’s perfect for any tailgate or even any holiday gathering!
A classic appetizer can easily be the center of any spread for small parties or larger game day style gatherings. Take things back to a simpler time, and whip up a batch of these savory pigs in a blanket for your next get together. Two ingredients, and you’re in business. Sometimes simple really is better!
French fries are one of our family’s favorite sides. Add a little bit of cheese to crisp oven roasted fries made from fresh potatoes? Well, that’s a recipe for down home, Southern style crispy oven baked cheese fries just like Grandma used to make. We’ve skipped the cast iron skillet and oil, and opted for a sheet pan and high heat, but kept all that melted cheese topping!
Hot onion dip is a cheesy, creamy appetizer you can throw together fast. This easy dip recipe uses only a few ingredients but is big on flavor. It’s perfect for serving with chips, sliced baguettes or crackers this holiday season or whenever you next entertain.
Step away from the prepackaged crescent rolls that come in the scary tube and make the best homemade crescent rolls ever! These soft tender rolls are better than any premade ones you can buy and are delicious with so many meals. Perfect for your holiday table!
Why should sweet cheesecakes have all the fun? This savory cheesecake is just as delicious as any sweet one and features a crunchy pretzel crust, blue cheese and crunchy pecans. The result is a winning elegant dish that you’ll love serving as a main or an appetizer.