FUN PICNIC ACTIVITIES WITH FAMILY & FRIENDS

0 Comments 16 April 2015

In today’s world families are busier than ever and many parents both work.  So making quality family time is a great investment.  Special thanks to American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) for offering these suggestions on how to connect with family and friends. Have a picnic!  Picnics are a great way to unwind and talk about the […]

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It’s Grilled Cheese Month – Make a Dubliner Grilled Cheese!

0 Comments 09 April 2015

Who doesn’t love a grilled cheese sandwich?  Toasted bread filled with melty, oozy cheese.  It’s fitting in Ireland they call them toasties.  And since April is National Grilled Cheese Month, try this Irish cheese meets Tuscan flavor in this toasted delight.  The rich tang of Dubliner Cheese is a natural fit for the saltiness of cured prosciutto […]

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Easter Cupcakes with Lemon Buttercream

0 Comments 03 April 2015

Bird’s Nest Cupcakes with Lemon Buttercream This buttery, vanilla-scented cake is a variation on pound cake with a little extra leavener added to lighten the crumb. Although nearly any frosting pairs well with this celebration favorite, we’ve paired these delicate cakes with delicious lemon buttercream. To create a festive Easter treat, roll the frosted tops […]

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Classic Eggs Benedict with Smoked Salmon

0 Comments 01 April 2015

This deliciously simple brunch classic; poached fresh eggs, Canadian bacon, toasted English muffins, and hollandaise sauce, can be intimidating the first time you make it, but it does not need to be. Substituting smoked salmon for the Canadian bacon adds an elegant twist to this brunch favorite. Yield: 4 servings Hollandaise Sauce: 1/4 cup white […]

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Grilled Cheese Bites with Spicy Tomato Dipping Sauce

0 Comments 25 March 2015

This week’s blog is from guest bloggers Lisa Riedl and Anna Schaber from Garnish with Lemon. Their love of cooking is second only to their love of eating. Years of answering SOS calls from friends and family about what to make for dinner spurred Lisa and Anna to launch Garnish with Lemon, a resource for approachable, […]

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Irish Whiskey Cake

0 Comments 17 March 2015

Yield: 4 to 6 servings Irish eyes are definitely smiling with this unbelievably moist, whiskey spiked cake. The addition of the coffee reduces the dense chocolate flavor ever so slightly, making way for the whiskey flavor to be accentuated. Ingredients 2 ounces semi-sweet chocolate, chopped into small pieces 6 tablespoons Kerrygold Unsalted Butter, room temperature […]

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Honey Shortbread from Guest Blogger DessertForTwo

1 Comment 11 March 2015

This week we welcome back guest blogger, Christina Lane.  Christina is the founder of the popular blog DessertForTwo.com. Her food writing and photography have been featured on popular websites including The Kitchn, Tasty Kitchen, Babble, Fine Cooking, Serious Eats, and the Huffington Post. A Texan by birth, Lane’s desserts are a unique blend of Southern, […]

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Grass-fed Butter with a Side of Muffins from The fauxMartha

0 Comments 04 March 2015

This week we welcome back guest blogger, Melissa from  The fauxMartha.  Melissa is a designer by day, baker by night, and a mama, wife, and minimalist always. She’s a purist at heart. Butter, cream, milk, eggs, flour—they all have a place in her kitchen. Making food from scratch and sharing tips is her jam. She […]

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Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Brown-Butter Sage Sauce

0 Comments 26 February 2015

This Sweet Potato Gnocchi recipe from the Sur La Table Cooking School, is the perfect dish to make on a cold night.  The Sweet potatoes add both flavor and color to these tender gnocchi. The technique of browning the butter is a useful one for adding a nutty flavor to your dish (or your recipe). Try browned butter in […]

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Crispy Kale Salad from Guest Blogger The fauxMartha

0 Comments 19 February 2015

This week we welcome guest blogger, Melissa from  The fauxMartha.  Melissa is a designer by day, baker by night, and a mama, wife, and minimalist always. She’s a purist at heart. Butter, cream, milk, eggs, flour—they all have a place in her kitchen. Making food from scratch and sharing tips is her jam. She battles […]

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