Just in time for the Super Bowl! I’m making this next week for my friends who are coming over for the game. It’s sure to be a football favorite. I come from a very large family. When everyone gathers on Sunday afternoons for the big game, this is the first game-time snack to disappear. The nachos have a little bit for everyone – spicy jalepenos, mild sour cream, and gooey cheese. Definitely a crowd pleaser.
Traditionally a summer side-dish, this salad is a year-round favorite at my house. This mix of the tangy sour cream, sweet marshmallows, and citrusy oranges has a little something for everyone. Try it as a side dish when serving burgers on the grill or baking salmon in the oven. Or – save it as a sweet and fruity dessert!!
We at Recipe Key are proud to announce that we placed First in the College Mogul and Vator.tv Challenge.
Vator competitions use the “wisdom of the crowds” approach to find true gems. At Vator, we let the Vator community determine the the top five companies, based off of number of votes, and company network size.From these top five, it’s up to the final judges, consisting of College Mogul’s team and the Vator founders (Cyril Brignone and Bambi Francisco), to determine which company will have a chance to present their company to VCs for free.
My brother is just discovering the world of cooking. He and his roommates have been experimenting with a different recipe every night. This delicious salmon recipe was one of the first recipes they tried. Amazingly, it turned out great! They devoured it, according to his after-dinner report. And it’s simple. While growing up, he watched my mom spend hours in the kitchen each day and so when he realized that he could so easily and so quickly make something this delicious, he was amazed! Over Christmas, my mother tried the recipe and loved it as well. Proof that a good recipe can be successful across generations.
The other day I had a friend come over for dinner. When she got to my house, I told her we were having pork. She made a funny face and thought about making an excuse to go home. She had some imagined aversion to pork. I made her promise to give my pork recipe a chance. She took one bite and loved it. A well marinated pork loin melts in your mouth – and my friend was shocked. Try this recipe and get creative. If you LOVE garlic – add more! If you LOVE rosemary – mix it in! Enjoy!
Chicken Marsala is a favorite of mine to order when eating out at a restaurant. However, this dish is an easy one to make at home and enjoy more often than when just eating out. Get creative by using red wine instead of white. Add a variation of mushrooms. Try it with veal or thinly pounded beef. The cooking world is your oyster.
This is a Recipe Key favorite. For those of you who do not enjoy spending hours peeling potatoes (does anyone enjoy peeling potatoes?!), these “smashed” potatoes are for you. Just make sure to give the potatoes a good scrub before chopping and throwing them into a pot of water. Seriously – the easiest way to make mashed potatoes. We’ve been busy busy busy here at Recipe Key over the holidays, traveling, etc and so we’re always delighted to find a quick and easy way to make a traditional favorite. Our favorite part about this recipe is that you can spice it up anyway you like.