I love the extra little zing that citrus zest can give recipes and it doesn’t matter if I’m going sweet or savory. I use zest often in my herb blends and sauces and also in cakes, frostings & muffins.
Awhile back I posted a couple recipes that I garnished with candied lemon and I promised you I’d give you the Candied Lemon recipe! Well, finally, here it is, along with directions for other Candied Citrus.
So you’re interested in making the best Cranberry Sauce, ever, one that your family and friends will devour, try this recipe for our Family’s Favorite Cranberry Sauce. This is so good, you might actually want to make it more than once a year! It’s def one to pin at least, for any winter holiday or feast.
You can have a plain old pork chop any day of the week, but why, when in a few minutes more you can pull off this gorgeous little dish and look like a hero? Cumin Dusted Pork Chops with Citrus Glaze are beautifully cooked pork chops served up in a garlicky, citrusy glaze tempered by the earthy cumin. The flavors in that glaze just pop.
I watched an episode of Diner’s Drive-Ins & Dives the other day, Land to Sea and they featured the Black Pelican Oceanfront Cafe in Kittyhawk, North Carolina. I was wowed by the Black Pelican Citrus Rosemary Brined Chicken with a Saute of Vegetables, and I couldn’t get it off my mind. Of course, I looked for the recipe and couldn’t help be bummed that it wasn’t one of the recipes given on the DDD website.