These pretty little meatballs with a bit of a Korean kick & a sweet/spicy glaze are just fun, fun, fun. They’d also be great for game day or an appetizer at any party – but can I just mention the Super Bowl?! It’s coming right up and you’ll want Spicy Korean Meatballs. Even if you don’t know you do, yet, you’re gonna want them! And not just for your Superbowl Party – once you make them you’re gonna want them all the time!
Every once in a while I revisit Macaroni & Cheese. See. I’m always being seduced by gorgeous photos, and ultimately get disappointed. It seems every recipe I’ve ever tried had something going on with it that just wasn’t quite what fits my version of a perfect Mac & Cheese. Finally, after making so many over the years, and looking at so many recipes, I set about to make my own Ultimate Macaroni & Cheese with Herbed Bread Crumbs.
Would a tomato by any other name still taste as wonderful? How about a “pomme d’amour”? I hafta admit, the French name seems to inspire a bit more lustfulness than our simple “tomato” does. And Tomatoes Provencal seems just a bit more romantic than Baked Tomato with a Garlicky Breadcrumb Crust!
Good news! I was just outside and there was a cool wind! By cooler, I mean cool (85 degrees F) compared to what we’ve had. I think that nasty old heat dome is passing by! I wanted to throw up my arms and dance. And maybe I did, just a little. 🙂 I was like Rose in The Titanic. Well, older, chunkier and without Leanardo DiCaprio…or the ship. Ok, so I was just an old lady smiling into the breeze. 🙂
Asian Inspired Individual Meatloaves are a long-time family fave. I used to make them when my kids were small. They loved the individual servings (which also makes them cook up super fast) and I loved that I could make these and get them to down quite a few veggies at the same time. Of course, if you have picky eaters, you can get by with fewer veggies. Seeing these gorgeous little meatloaves practically studded with veggies could be a turn off to some kids. Hey, I get that!