Benvenuto! I am “souper” thrilled to invite you to tour our Italian Dinner Feast. This Italian Dinner Blog Hop has a little something for everyone – from Italian themed printables to all sorts of recipes from appetizers to soups to main dishes and, of course, desserts! A true Italian feast. You’ll want to be sure to hop around and visit each of these talented bloggers.
I have a fantastic Springtime dinner idea for you today, but first, welcome to our Blog Hop! We are eagerly awaiting spring and today we have some great ideas, inspiration, tips, resources and how-to for you this Spring as you move along through the blog hop. You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from Life on Merlin on our Living with Style Blog Hop.
My family’s favorite Christmas Cookie recipes includes Snickerdoodles, Peanut Butter Blossoms, No Bake Cookies, Mexican Wedding Cookies, Buckeyes & more! If you’re anything like me, you probably do a lot of cookie baking during the Christmas holiday season. There are a few favorite Christmas cookie recipes I always make, like Snickerdoodles, Neiman Marcus Cookies, Buckeyes and Reindeer Chow. I thought I would share 7 8 of
When my family gets together for the holidays, there’s always food involved. Here is a quick little recipe for the absolute best Cinnamon Honey Butter ever! It is the perfect little added touch to Christmas dinner, a special dinner, party, family gathering or just because you’re hungry for the best Cinnamon Honey Butter ever! Cinnamon Honey Butter Recipe I originally shared this recipe for Cinnamon Honey
My Lenny just loves eggnog. So, I’ve been experimenting with new eggnog recipes. I tried Egg Nog Muffins, which were absolutely divine. If you haven’t tried them, you can get the recipe here on the blog! This week I tried this Super Soft Egg Nog Cookies recipe and the results? Lenny loved the cookies. He said he thought they were just the perfect holiday time-of-year
I’ve tried many guacamole recipes since I first discovered this amazing dip and this recipe is by far my favorite and the best ever! Period. I’ve been wanting to try it for several months now. I have no idea why it’s taken my so long – long as in years and years to get up enough nerve to try guacamole. What is wrong with me?!
I was grocery shopping at our local Kroger store last weekend when I came across Egg Nog. It looked so festive on the shelf in the dairy section and I just knew I had to buy some (plus it was on sale). I had a couple of recipes that called for Egg Nog that I wanted to try anyway. So, I bought the Egg Nog,
I love fall. I love Thanksgiving. I love spending time with family. I love that we have this opportunity to express gratitude for all the simple things in life – like visitors to The Birch Cottage blog. Today’s blog post is all about gratitude, appreciation and you, my dear friend. It’s just one way for me to be able to say thank you for all the
Learn the secret to making creamy parmesan sauce. Homemade Creamy Parmesan Sauce is easier to make than you might think! Last week I shared with you my Chicken Lombardy recipe. Lenny and I discovered Chicken Lombardy when we took our youngest son out to eat at Olive Garden for his 19th birthday. Lenny and Owen both had the Chicken Lombardy and LOVED it. This lightly
Make this Olive Garden inspired Chicken Lombardy for your family. An Olive Garden Copycat Recipe that your family will love! Our youngest son recently celebrated his 19th birthday. For his birthday dinner, we all went to Olive Garden. He and my Lenny both ordered the Northern Tour of Italy dinner, which included Chicken Lombardy with smoked cheeses and a creamy Parmesan sauce, Asiago Tortelloni with Meat
We recently celebrated our youngest son’s birthday by going out to dinner at Olive Garden. We don’t eat there very often, but on this particular visit, our food was absolutely delicious. There were two dishes that we especially enjoyed. One was the Chicken Lombardy, the other was their Zuppa Toscana Soup. So, what’s a girl to do? Try to re-create those recipes from scratch. This
If you follow The Birch Cottage on Facebook, you’ll know that I’ve been experimenting with Salted Caramel Sauce. There are many ways to make Salted Caramel Sauce. But, I wanted to try the original dry salted caramel recipe. Although I’ve made caramel sauce numerous times throughout the years, I have never tried to make it by literally melting sugar using the dry method. I found