Sweet and light, this is the easiest way to cook a big bird! It will be the best turkey you have ever had. The breast is moist and juicy, and the honey makes a great thin sauce. I hope you enjoy it as much as my friends and family do when I make it. I never have any leftovers! Enjoy!
An utterly simple and delicious way to celebrate the season's first new potatoes. Invented in the 1800s by Irish salt mine workers in central New York State, tender potatoes are boiled in intensely salted water, then served hot with melted butter.
Lots of crispy bacon is tossed with hot, buttered noodles, whipped egg and cream, and a generous measure of Parmesan cheese to make this delicious classic. Stir until the heat of the pasta cooks the eggs, then serve with parsley and ground pepper.
Honey, vinegar, garlic, ginger, oil and soy sauce are blended and then poured over flank steak. The meat sits in this tangy marinade overnight in the fridge, and emerges flavorful and very tender. Grill, slice, and serve.