LDS Living - November 08, 2012
We had so many good recipes from our Party Food Contest, we couldn't avoid sharing a couple "honorable mentions." Here's the second of two such recipes: Italian Pasta Bites.
Without further ado, we present the second honorable mention from our Best Appetizer and Party Food Contest: Italian Pasta Bites, from Kelli Lafranca!
We loved the flavorful mixture of cheese in this macaroni-and-cheese cousin. With all this cheese, you have to know it's a perfect party food.
LDS Living - November 01, 2012
We recently held our Best Appetizer and Party Food Recipe Contest. We had some great entries - and now it's time to start with the results. First up, our honorable mention to Sweet Ham and Swiss Sliders.
Thank you to all our readers who submitted their great party food recipes! We had a fun time testing them out. Over the next several weeks, we'll unveil a couple honorable mentions, as well as the 3rd, 2nd, and 1st place winners.
So, today, we reveal the 1st Honorable Mention . . . Sweet Ham and Swiss Sliders, from Heather Cheney of Corvallis, Oregon! We loved the classic ham and Swiss combo dressed up in a new way. In fact, one of our editors' husbands loved this so much, they're making them again this weekend!
LDS Living Staff - October 04, 2012
Hold on to your hats. For the first time in "LDS Living Cooks" history, we're all whole-heartedly recommending recipes to you. These were all a success - and we hope for your sakes that you'll make them, too!
These recipes come from the cooking section we published in our September/October 2012 issue (find out more). We also ran the recipes online: Fall Recipes from Our Best Bites
. Read our reviews (as well as a few tricks) below.
Butternut Squash Pasta with Pumpkin Sauce
Winner, winner, fall food dinner! This recipe needs to be on your list of meals to make this season. The blend of squash, pumpkin, sage, and bacon - it's like my fall Pinterest board exploded in my mouth. Don't skimp on the bacon (adding a little more wouldn't hurt) because it's the key ingredient to tying all of the flavors together. Everyone in my family loved it, including the picky eaters, and it only took about an hour from start to finish to make.
Erin Jones - September 13, 2012
These dishes are a few classic favorites, but with an important change: they're healthier than their famous counterparts. Bring a few more nutrients into your menu with these recipes.
These recipes look and taste like the real deal, but they’re better for you! Try using one of these mouth-watering meals to trick picky eaters into eating healthier.
With omega-rich salmon on a whole wheat bun, this is a guiltless BBQ treat.