If you're looking to combine your passion for mac and cheese, bacon, and deviled eggs...we may have a recipe for you. The genius chefs over at "The Food In My Beard" may break the internet with this recipe.
Here's an idea...serve up homemade eggnog on New Year's Eve. Either you like it or you don't. Most people in my family aren't too crazy about eggnog, but my mother always wanted a glass or two. It's easy to make your own homemade eggnog. Here's how.
During the holidays, you may here about a drink called, "Wassail." My first question is, what is it? Apparently, Wassail is an old English traditional hot mulled cider. And, we found an easy recipe if you want to have a go at making your own.
We've all heard jokes about holiday fruitcakes. My father used to say that some people he knew were "nuttier than a fruitcake". In the McShea household we like fruitcake. My aunt used to make a great fruitcake but is no longer with us, and neither is her recipe. So, I searched…
If you're household is like ours, you've got a fridge full of Thanksgiving leftovers. You can have turkey sandwiches and nuke up the mash potatoes, but if you're looking for something else to do with those leftovers, let Chef Emeril Lagasse help.
When I was a kid, I remember my mother serving cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving dinner, not the jellied kind, but the one with actual whole cranberries. If you want to make your own homemade cranberry sauce, we found a quick and easy recipe.
As a kid, I remember my mother making homemade stuffing (or dressing as she called it) for the Thanksgiving turkey. And, it half of it had to be stuffed inside the turkey. She had a great sausage recipe, but how about trying something different...cornbread stuffing.
It's football season, and that means tailgate parties. I enjoy Utica College Pioneers Football, and the UC campus has blossomed over the years with plenty of tailgaters in the parking lots before each home game. Want to try something different for your next tailgate event?