Delicious Gifts – Cheddar-Black Pepper Shortbread Coins & Buttery Rosemary Pecans

0 Comments 05 December 2014

As the annual cookie exchange beckons and your queue of holiday parties quickly fills, it’s natural to think of sugar plums, dancing or edible. But if the swirl of sweets just makes your head spin, try adding a few saltier delights to this year’s sugar plum rotation. Here, a sharp cheddar-black pepper shortbread and classic […]

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Miss Margie’s Guide to Magnificent, Frenzy-Free Thanksgiving Sides

0 Comments 25 November 2014

We are pleased to have Marge Perry back again as a guest blogger this week. Marge is the publisher and author of the blog, A Sweet and Savory Life and her food writing appears frequently in Cooking Light, Everyday with Rachael Ray, Self, and more. She writes the daily Ask the Expert column for and is a long time newspaper […]

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Tarte Tatin – An Upside-Down “Pie”

2 Comments 18 November 2014

The famous Tarte Tatin is an upside down “pie” made with apples that have been caramelized on the stove-top in Kerrygold Salted Butter and sugar. With a store-bought frozen puff pastry it is easy to make and a real show stopper at any dinner table. Be prepared that you may be asked to make many […]

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A Fun Spin on a Holiday Staple — Cornbread Stuffing “Muffins”

0 Comments 13 November 2014

Let’s face it — stuffing, the Thanksgiving essential, is not the prettiest dish. Though we dot it with dried cranberries, spice it up with sausage or brighten it with herbs, this casserole of bread and fixings can be unattractive and boring. By baking your favorite stuffing as “muffins” you get precisely that, individual servings that […]

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Hold the Spuds – Easy, Buttery Cauliflower Mash

0 Comments 07 November 2014

Our feasting holidays are right around the corner, and with them an avalanche of beloved carbs. For most, it’s simply not Thanksgiving without maple or marshmallow sweet potatoes, mounds of mashed potatoes and stuffing of one stripe or another crowding the table. Though we welcome this annual spread, you might want to make a little […]

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Witches Fingers Delight All on Halloween Night!

0 Comments 28 October 2014

Everyone loves to celebrate Halloween.  From great costumes to delicious food, it is the perfect holiday.  For a really special, fun and easy dessert try these delightful Witches Fingers from the Sur La Table kitchen.  Witches Fingers are easy to make and the perfect finger food (pardon the pun) if you are going to or […]

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Breakfast for Dinner – Kerrygold Cheddar, Bacon and Green Onion Waffles

0 Comments 21 October 2014

Waffles for dinner? Why not?! Turning a morning dish into an evening meal might feel like cheating, but there’s no need to feel guilty. Breakfast for dinner can be a treat for the kids and a break for the cook. With plenty of Kerrygold Aged Cheddar and the crunch of smoky bacon, these waffles make […]

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Buttery Blackberry Crisp – Gluten-free option!

0 Comments 14 October 2014

Kate McDermott teaches the time-honored craft of pie making across the United States and at her home Pie Cottage. Creator and founder of Art of the Pie, Kate has taught thousands, and has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today and many more publications. Read more about her at Buttery […]

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Cheesy Inside and Out – Double-Faced Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

0 Comments 09 October 2014

Cheesy Inside and Out – Double-Faced Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Who doesn’t love those extra-baked edges of a mac and cheese, or the corners of a pan pizza where the cheese touches the pan? They’re the part of the dish that we fight over, the tasty bits where the cheese turns nutty and crisp. While those […]

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Perfect Snack or Salad Topper, Skellig-Garlic Croutons, Almonds and Wasabi Peas

0 Comments 02 October 2014

Skellig-Garlic Croutons, Almonds and Wasabi Peas Who hasn’t snatched a crouton or three before tossing the rest in with the greens? Why sneak around? Here’s a tasty way to stop stealing from your salad — make your own croutons with Kerrygold Skellig Cheese and a touch of garlic. Though that may seem counter intuitive, don’t […]

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