So does everybody these days like Brussels Sprouts now that there’s been such a resurgence and they’ve become so popular? Or are there still hold-outs out there? If there are, I’ll eat yours! Seriously, here’s a recipe, Roasted Balsamic Brussels Sprouts that’s fabulous. I can’t guarantee that it will convert all the haters out there, but you might lure one or two over to the dark side.
It’s been a bit humbling for me not to be able to do much cooking (or typing) with my bum hand and shoulder. Especially when Christmas is only days away. So I’ve been trying to find super easy Christmas treats that can be knocked off at the last minute. I figured at this time of year, everyone needs something easy, bum hand or not! And when that recipe is as good as these Saltine Cracker Caramel Bars no-one will guess just how easy they are.
When the holidays roll around and you’re asked to a party, do you usually say, “What can I bring?” And what if you don’t usually cook, or can’t cook. And maybe your budget is overextended as it is. That’s when you might think Party Tray. And if you know how to assemble a Cheap Holiday Party Tray, all your problems are solved. At least the “what to bring” option is.
One thing I do love around the holidays is these salty, sweet nuts with just a bit of a kick to them. They’re a little sugary, a little salty, slightly spicy, crunchy and just divine. And Sweet Spicy Slow Cooker Nuts are pretty much addictive.
If you’re throwing out your radish tops, stop. Mix them into a Radish Top Pesto, which is just a Green sauce with a good nod to traditional Pesto. If you have a little spinach or kale, or other random greens, do the same! This is a great recipe for carrot or beet tops, too.