This refreshing drink is similar to a Mojito, except that it is made with Gin. I made a larger batch in a pitcher instead of individually, topping each drink with tonic water at the end.
I don’t like your typical mayonnaise-based potato salads, so this version is perfect for me! If you don’t have Champagne vinegar, white wine vinegar is what I use.
This is very quick and easy to make, and it goes great with crackers, raw veggies, even bagels!
I’m not sure why everyone thinks risotto is hard to make. It just takes a little bit of time and attention!
This is my son’s favorite dish. If you don’t like spicy, you can use mild Italian sausage and cut down on the cayenne pepper.
I’ve tried lots of different ways to make broccoli taste better, but this is by far my favorite kind!
I know that dumping a packet of seasoning into the beef is pretty easy, but this really doesn’t take much more time, and it’s so much better and healthier!
Don’t spend $3-4 on store-bought hummus. I often find garbanzo beans for $1 each, and the rest I usually have on hand. Serve with pita chips or fresh veggies.
This is my Grandma’s recipe, and nobody could make it like her! The key is to slice the cabbage VERY thin. Trust me, it’s worth the extra time.
This is by far the quickest and easiest cheesecake around! You don’t even have to bake it, and it is really good too.