Bacon-wrapped king prawns on rosemary skewer with lemon-olive oil dip
Super easy idea for a stylish and very tasty appetiser... it doesn't get better than this! It's so simple, it doesn't really require a recipe as such... the success lies in choosing top quality ingredients. We're lucky here in Singapore,...
Marinated Shrimp with Champagne Beurre Blanc
The classic and amazingly easy French sauce made with butter and wine gets a glamorous makeover with Champagne. Feel free to use less-expensive sparkling wine for cooking, but keep the blanc de blancs flowing as an accompaniment.
Sauerbraten meatballs Recipe on Food52
For a pretty easy fun holiday dish for an open house this recipe works really well. You can make these well ahead of time and heat in a crock pot for a party. The best way to serve these for a large party is in a shallow chafing dish over a warming plate with lots of toothpicks. The flavors develop nicely overnight, if you can make these a day a head. They also freeze well. You can cut this recipe in half easily if you do not need so many. These are pretty healthy for a party dish, too, and…
Apple Sausage Appetizers
I love making apple appetizers. This no-fuss recipe makes plenty, so it's great for a football party or holiday gathering, just serve with toothpicks. —Dolores M. Barnas, Blasdell, New York
Homemade Bratwurst Bites with Beer and Horseradish Mustard
If you have a food processor, you can make sausage from scratch. Adding pork fat to the meat gives these bite-size sausage patties a tender texture. Call your butcher in advance to make sure he sets aside some extra pork fat for you. To help the mixture blend more easily, be sure to freeze the pork pieces before grinding them in the processor. Keep in mind that the sausage needs to chill overnight so that the flavors have time to develop.
Egg Casserole with Ham, Cheese and Spinach
wonder what to do with that last bit of Easter Ham? your family has probably just about had it with ham sandwiches... use those last few sl...
A beautiful day at Sunday Suppers
Sunday Suppers, June 24 2012 We had over twenty guests to please. Faces and personalities that had never met but yet had decided to come and share this
[Dutch] Bitterballen - Deep Fried Beef Balls
Ingredients: For the meat balls: 1 stick (1/2 cup) unsalted butter 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup beef stock 1/2 medium onion, minced 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 pound ground beef 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg salt and pepper to taste Cooking oil for frying (make sure you have enough oil to completely submerge the beef balls while frying) For the breading: 1/2 cup all purpose flour 2 large eggs, add 2 tablespoons of milk or water, beaten 1 1/2 cups breadcrumbs…