Minnesota’s favorite Crock Pot meat, Porketta, made simple and delicious.
Sweet and tangy and so very bright pink, pickled onions are so my very favorite.
It’s OK to eat Lucky Charms for dinner. It’s OK to recognize how lucky we are.
Just 3 ingredients and 30 minutes in the oven for Sweet Potato Buns. A perfect substitute for bread especially those on Whole 30 diets.
Game day nachos topped with saucy buffalo popcorn chicken, bacon and four cheeses to make unbeatable Buffalo Chicken Nachos.
Just eight ingredients and under 40 minutes in the oven for Gluten Free Cherry Chocolate Granola.
Baked Ham Sandwiches made with Hawaiian rolls, Muenster cheese, bacon, ham, honey mustard and ranch.
What’s the life of your holiday leftovers? Whether it’s turkey or ham that was served at your dinner table this year, find out the safest methods and information for leftovers food safety. Data for this post came from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA FSIS) 2014.
These aren’t any ordinary chocolate chip cookies. Browned butter, dark chocolate and cooked wild rice make an extraordinary cookie.
Snickers Surprise Cookies are peanut butter cookies with Snickers inside drizzled with Annie B’s caramel and dark chocolate. Made with Land O’Lakes Butter.