Candied Rose Petals

Valentine’s Day is around the corner!💓💓💓   If you’re still thinking of a gift to give this is a great treat for a loved one! This Valentine’s instead of giving your significant other flowers, why not make candy out of them?  What few people know are that roses are one of the many flowers that…

KFC Gravy Cocktails

Yes, you read that right. GRAVY….COCKTAILS! Restaurants in the United Kingdom and Ireland have released three recipes for cocktails using Kentucky Fried Chicken gravy. They’re called the Gravy Mary, Southern Twist and Fingerlickin’ Sour. Our fans repeatedly express their love of gravy, which always sparks ideas within the team,” Marion Racine, the marketing manager at…

Cinnamon Toast Crunch Crêpes

If you’re a bit lazy like me on the weekends and you just can’t seem to get out the house. Then this recipe is for you!! Cinnamon Toast Crunch was my favorite cereal as child and I thought it would be brilliant to combine my preferable favorite breakfast meal choice when I was younger with…

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Oh Butternut squash! Not much for me to say on this particular food. I don’t know too many people who cook with it let alone eat it. Once you conquer your fear, you discover this vegetable can be cooked into so many delicious meals and snacks. And its inexpensive as well. Can’t beat that! Recently…

National Cookie Day: Brandy Snaps

Today is National Cookie Day!!   I have a few great cookie recipes to share but I am going to share one that most people don’t eat but it is very easy to make. BRANDY SNAPS! Not really a popular dessert/snack here in the U.S. but they are a very delicious treat!   These are…

Saved by the Max Pop-Up Diner

If you’re old like me then you were a fan of the popular Saturday morning show ‘Saved By The Bell’. A campy TV show about high school kids and their wacky principal. A classic (don’t argue with me on this on). The kids always dined at their local diner The Max. Some genius has decided…

Red Cabbage Soup

Who loves cabbage?? Red cabbage, also known as purple cabbage due to its color, has a relatively high ratio of nutrients and can be cooked and ate in numerous ways. The purple color in red cabbage comes from a class of pigment molecules called anthocyanins. It turns out that anthocyanins are found in flower petals,…