Easy to make, easy to take. You can move beyond peanut butter and jelly (though it’s great to have, at times) and try chicken breast, turkey, veggie burgers, tuna, portobello mushrooms, etc. Spice things up a bit by trying different mustards, breads/rolls, cheeses, and veggies to get away from the standard meat and cheese sandwich.
A great Italian dinner party doesn’t always mean hours slaving in the kitchen (after all, your guests don’t have to be small children to get excited about spaghetti and meatballs). That’s why Italian is a perfect choice when you’re looking for a theme.
To lunch or not to lunch, that is the question. What if it’s too early for lunch and too late for breakfast? Easy answer: you brunch!
Not only is this dish quick to prepare and sure to remind you of home, but the main ingredients come from home, too…Bakersfield that is! Using everyone’s favorite locally-baked Pyrenees bread, let this tasty bread pudding recipe be the perfect finish to a great family meal or simply a sweet treat to end a busy work day. Enjoy it warm with caramel glazed on top or serve chilled with whipped cream or a scoop of fresh ice cream. (Editor’s Note: We know where you can get some!)
Looking for a unique and easy appetizer? Look no farther. A great way to kick-off an evening in is by putting out some French bread and a classic Italian recipe to give that loaf some pizazz.
“Just about anyone who works in a fire house knows how to cook,” Chief Fraze claims. This particular recipe is a favorite of his and he says it is always a hit with his guests. You can spice it up or down depending on what types of chilies you use and how you prepare them. No matter what you do, have the fire extinguisher standing by.