These pineapple shrimp bowls are a weeknight savior. Stir-fried to be sweet and savory and served with quinoa.
Check out these tips to easy entertaining and grab the recipe for this delicious gingerbread-crusted baked brie served with a cranberry sauce.
Perfect for easy summer entertaining, this pasta salad is tossed with a citrus vinaigrette, toasted pine nuts, and more to pair with refreshing Pinot Grigio.
Slices of bread are crusted in an almond custard and crunchy almonds to be a delicious breakfast served with a sweet strawberry sauce.
Coconut Red Curry Fried Rice is the easy weeknight dinner you need in your cooking repertoire! Just 7 convenient ingredients make up this filling, one-pan meal!
Light, airy and full of cheese, these puffs make a wonderful appetizer. Serve alongside red wine for an elegant party bite!
Thin slices of potatoes replace pasta sheets in this hearty lasagna that is full of new flavors and nutrients.
Scrumptious, spiced chai tea is made even creamier with a healthy dose of white chocolate that melts perfectly in the warm drink. from Lindt USA.
College football is back and we have ten Southeastern Conference team-themed cocktails to get your shakers going. Bust out your favorite jersey and cheers to another season.
Sweet, tart, bubbly and refreshing this sparkler, similar to a virgin mojito, will help you battle the summer heat to come.
This nutty, chocolatey smoothie tastes deceivingly like a milkshake. A perfectly delicious combination.
Grape, Onion and Rosemary Focaccia is a blend of savory and sweet. When roasted, the…
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The layered potato cake with rosemary is sure to be a holiday hit, affordable to make, and will impress even your pickiest eaters.
Crispy churros are baked in cinnamon sugar and filled with creamy, cool dulce de leche ice cream for a awesome seasonal treat.
Cheese lovers rejoice, this creamy, rich potato calls on Danish blue cheese and crispy, smoky bacon to get the delicious job done.
Polenta cake is served with grilled fruit soaked in a raspberry vinegar and ice cream drizzled with balsamic glace and fresh basil to create sweet balance.
Turn a simple chicken breast into a gratifying meal with a jar of strawberry jam. Serve with a salad for a dinner you can make any night of the week
Peel, chop, toss and bake. These “fries” are simple to create, flavorful, and even easier to polish off an entire pan.
If you really want to impress with your appetizers this holiday, make your own buttery dill crackers that pairs perfectly with rich Aged Havarti cheese.
Tenderloin is braised with onions, apples and sage for a simple, succulent slow-cooked meal. Your house will smell like fall and your tastebuds will rejoice
This decadent sauce should be your new fall staple to drizzle over pie, stir into drinks, and dunk your apple slices in.
Without heavy spices, but rather with notes of citrus, this tea-infused dessert is the perfect accompaniment to a pumpkin and cream cheese sweet.
Layers of homemade pumpkin pudding, toffee chips, graham crackers and toasted marshmallow. What more do you need to celebrate fall?
These tacos are quick and easy to make and there’s the one-two punch of flavor from syrupy balsamic glaze and fiery adobo sauce doesn’t hurt things, either.
A snack with spice is perfect for a salt craving. Grab sweet potatoes and toss them in cinnamon, cloves, cumin, allspice and red pepper.
With Asian flavors, these turkey patties turn out anything but bland. Vegetable slaw in ginger dressing and an egg adds zip and richness to the burgers.
This cake is the queen of all bundt cakes. Innocent and regal on the outside, with a secret tunnel of marshmallow filling on the inside. Dig in.
A tangy pineapple curd is completed with a fluffy, toasted meringue for a delicious tropical treat.
The queso dressing and bacon accentuate the avocado and sweet mango like you wouldn’t believe. Sitting on butter lettuce, it is tropical heaven on a plate.
These cookies can be mixed and baked in no time with pantry staples. They are chocolatey, chewy and perfect for a last minute treat for gifting, or keeping.
Flaky, buttery crust nestles a creamy egg custard. The addition of cheddar, bacon and zucchini gives it the interest it needs to stand out at brunch.
Baked coriander crisps dipped in an avocado and grapefruit salsa will leave you refreshed after this light snack.
Sweet cornbread is studded with moist, shredded zucchini and it is all harmonized together with a nutty, delicious brown butter taste.
Tender vanilla-scented muffins are speckled with bright bits of ripe strawberry, and a surprise layer of cheesecakey yumminess.
Garlic-infused olive oil gives these potatoes a hint of savory flavor along with sea salt and fresh herbs.
Jupiter, Florida native, Dianna Muscari shares the ins and outs of dining in her #MyHometownGuide.
Impress with luxurious chocolate pots de creme flavored with smooth rum.
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White beans and broccoli rabe form the base for this soup. No dairy, but the result is creamy with a hint of spice from red pepper flakes.
Dianna Muscari serves up what might well be the ultimate sweet holiday treat.
Maple-basted acorn squash serves as a charming vessel for lightly cinnamon-spiced quinoa in a seasonal side that serves as a nutritious option for your Thanksgiving spread.
This flaky, rustic galette is the perfect mix of tart apples, sharp cheddar and sweet apricot jam.
Layers of butternut squash, tart green apple and savory onion are punctuated by tiers of gooey cheese in these mini gratins that would be perfect at a dinner party.
This is a yeast bread, not a cake-like quick bread that doubles as dessert, with a crusty exterior and a tender, bready interior.
This super-sweet confection is almost a cross between fudge and bark, with a texture on the pumpkin layer that remains slightly chewy.
This cakes comes together in under an hour so you’ll be ready to entertain even the most last-minute guests.
Despite using over half a dozen eggs, this cake is not at all dense but rather light and almost sponge-like.
If you want to make these a little more decadent, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream or some freshly whipped cream on top for a taste of pure, summery bliss.
A true salute to the red, white, and blue, The Star Spangled Martini combines muddled raspberry, citrus vodka, blue curacao, and a white sugar rim.
The best part about these is that you can make them ahead and have them ready to go once your guests arrive.
This chocolate risotto version is non-dairy, uses honey as a sweetener instead of sugar, and gets its rich, creamy texture from coconut milk.
Juicy orange segments are dipped in dark chocolate, then sprinkled with a mixture of salt and chili for the perfect combination of sweet, salty, and spicy.
Today, Dianna Muscari is sharing a recipe for some extremely moist and delicious stuffed banana bread muffins.
Here is a wonderfully simple recipe. Four ingredients. Semi-healthy. Kinda fancy. So yum.
This bread is hearty, like a thick Sicilian pizza due to the toppings. It is also one of the quickest, easiest breads you’ll ever make.
Dianna Muscari gives us a wonderful jelly donut muffins recipe with a Valentine’s Day twist.
The combination of orange zest, walnuts, and rosemary makes these muffins seem like anything but “just muffins”.