Cool, refreshing and a little kicked up! This Boozy Fruit Cocktail is the perfect summer dessert for the over 21 […]
Heart Healthy Avocado Mango Salad With Lime Poppy Seed Vinaigrette is a brightly flavored and satisfying salad. It makes a […]
These easy to make Tropical White Chocolate Candy Bites are the perfect thing to make and gift to someone who […]
After a long and busy day, this recipe for Succulent Slow Cooker Hawaiian Pineapple Chicken Thighs will become your new best (dinnertime) friend, and will leave your family asking for “moa” which is Hawaiian for chicken!
We all know that there are a million recipes out there for cranberry sauce, and they all beat the buttons off the cranberry jelly sold in the cans on the grocery store shelves. You know the ones. The ones that come out like a log on a plate complete with that appetite suppressing suctioned slosh sound. Plop. Jiggle. Jiggle.
This Grilled Pineapple Brown Sugar Chicken is incredibly delicious. It reminds me so much of a menu item I used to order when my husband and I were dating back in the late 70’s. It was a dish from our favorite restaurant called Monterey Whaling Village and the memories that the flavor of this chicken brings back are astounding. We both loved that restaurant so much and having this flavorful reminder of such a sweet time in our relationship is a food memory I’ll treasure.
The count down is on. In a mere three days, my husband and I will be hosting one of the biggest backyard parties we’ve ever thrown. I’m nervous, and excited, and exhausted. Who’s idea was this, anyway? LOL
When making this smoothie, I suggest that you cut up your own pineapple and that you don’t remove the core. It is within the core that an enzyme called bromelain is found. Bromelain is a natural pain reliever, blood thinner, anti-coagulant, and also a natural anti-inflammatory agent.
Seared Mahi-Mahi with Pineapple, Grape and Avocado Salsa is lightly sweet from the natural sweetness of the fish, and […]
We love this Aloha Turkey Burger so much that the first time I made them, we gobbled them up so […]