Looking for some quick and easy comfort food to help pass the day when trapped inside by foul weather AGAIN? Food Sharing Network has a simple recommendation: A toasted English muffin with peanut butter and jelly.
Are you as good a cook as a seventh-grader? That’s how old Food Sharing Network’s Kathy Mathieu was when she made her first apple pie.
Self-proclaimed pizza snob posts her pizza recipe from Pawleys Island in South Carolina.
You won’t be surprised to learn that I have many, many cookbooks. Some I use infrequently; a few come off the shelf often. We particularly like Simple Vegetarian Pleasures by Jeanne Lemlin. First published almost 20 years ago, we discovered it when our daughter worked at St. Martin’s Press. Don’t tell the diehard meat-eaters in our circle of family and friends that we even use it to cook for parties. It’s all good – but don’t use the word “vegetarian.”
Do you get tired of eating meat? We do. Here’s a recipe that’s inexpensive, easy to make and delicious, especially if you use very fresh escarole and good quality oil and beans.
The weather in New Jersey is still pretty chilly, and this rich casserole with cheese, potatoes and eggs is the perfect wintertime comfort food. My sister-in-law and Food Sharing Network guest contributor Barbara Mathieu Semeraro introduced me to this dish when she made it for her brother’s birthday party.
Still looking for an easy but delicious party appetizer for Super Bowl 50? Food Sharing Network guest contributor Michael Amoroso’s recipes for Fresh Homemade Guacamole Dip and Oven-Baked Crispy Potato Chips easily trump their packaged commercial equivalents as tasty dishes that are also a healthy choice.