When you cater a party, you often include a vegetable side dish in the meal. Often times, party guests tend to skirt this veggie side dish, leaving it in favor for the more delicious dishes. This does not have to be the case! There are plenty of ways to make the veggie side dish as delicious as the other dishes on the menu. Here are two ideas.
Roasted Root Veggies With Fresh Herbs
If you think pumpkin spice is limited to the fall and winter seasons, then you are in for a surprising treat. Pumpkin spice is a rich, bold flavoring that can be added to a variety of everyday meals so you can enjoy the aroma and taste anytime you wish. Here are 5 surprising ways you can use pumpkin spice whenever you wish.
If you love sweet banana or nut breads, then pumpkin spice is a welcome addition to these foods you enjoy for breakfast or as a snack every day.
Weddings are expensive. The average couple spends approximately $26,645 on their wedding. Your wedding should be exactly what you dreamed it would be, and you shouldn't have to make too large of a compromise for your guests. In particular, if you're a vegetarian because you morally object to eating meat, knowing that animals have been slaughtered to take part in your wedding might leave you heartbroken. Consider staying true to yourself and hiring a vegetarian wedding catering service instead.
While most flatbreads are unleavened, some, like pita bread, do incorporate a small amount of yeast in their recipe. Regardless of what type of flatbread you choose, they are the perfect vehicle for sandwiches that aren't boring and just right personal-sized pizzas. Here are six quick and easy mouthwatering suggestions for you to try.
Open-Faced Smoked Salmon
Spread a thin layer of cream cheese with chives on your flatbread. Then top with slices of vibrant lox, paper thin radishes slices, and sprinkle with capers and fresh chopped dill.
Fall is officially here. What better way to celebrate the season than with some crunchy, sticky caramel apples? You can make caramel apples at home with just a few ingredients. Here are two different recipes to try: one that makes classic caramel apples and another that results in more unique, rocky road–style caramel apples.
Classic Caramel Apples
4 tart apples, such as Granny Smith or Cortland 30 soft caramel candies, unwrapped 2 tablespoons milk Prepare a baking sheet by lining it with waxed paper.