Now that the holidays are upon us, I wanted to share a quick and easy recipe of Roasted Rosemary Marcona Almonds that we enjoy year-round. I must give credit to one of my besties, Heidi, for the inspiration for this recipe. She served these at one of her many gatherings and I fell in love and have been making them ever since!
We are similar in that we don’t use recipes very often. We both enjoy just throwing things together off the hip, or “to taste”, so to speak. Since I think these are such a treat, I just made a batch and kept track of what I used to create this recipe for you.
It is finally time here for outdoor entertaining! Most often, we entertain at least once a week in the spring and summer. This also means we are doing a lot of grilling! Coleslaw is a staple for most barbeques but I have never really been that fond of coleslaw until I had my mom’s version of the famous garlic coleslaw from Vincent’s in Dallas. When the restaurant closed, the chef shared the recipe with my mother. He only gave her the ingredients, so we had to figure out quantities on our own. We have been tweaking it for years. Today, I am sharing my version of this simple Tangy Garlic Coleslaw because I made it to serve with the ribs we served this weekend for a small gathering.
One of the most important things you can do as a guest to a function, whether large or small, is to bring a gift for your gracious host or hostess. At this time in my life, so many of my friends and family have everything they need so bringing a homemade gift can be so much more meaningful. Today, I am sharing how to make Homemade House Seasoning Gifts from scratch. Not only is it a “green” gift, but also sustainable and can last in someone’s cupboard for over a year.
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