The Food Dish
For those who love mysteries, or even who just love food, Josi Kilpack’s culinary mysteries are the perfect guilty pleasure. Check out this latest delectable recipe found in her newest release: Fortune Cookie.
Amateur sleuth Sadie Hoffmiller is constantly stumbling upon and solving crimes--often with a culinary twist! Each book in Josi Kilpack's culinary mystery series features some of Kilpack's favorite recipes and other foods tied into the setting of the story.
In Kilpack’s most recent adventure, Fortune Cookie, Sadie is only three weeks away from getting married, but the arrival of a mysterious letter that bears a San Francisco postmark and no return address could change everything. From Japanese gyoza and oriental fortune cookies to fresh peach pie and chicken corn chowder, follow the culinary trail that leads Sadie to her sister's dark past--and these delicious dark chocolate Ghirardelli Truffle Cookies with Sea Salt.
Ghirardelli Truffle Cookies with Sea Salt
Not all funeral potatoes are created equal. And every Mormon has their favorite version. It's the age-old question: cornflakes or no cornflakes? Cast your vote at the bottom of this page!
Here are the absolute best recipes for funeral potatoes out there. Simply put, I would gladly die and go to my own funeral just to get a taste of these potatoes. So yes, they're definitely to die for—pardon the pun.
1. Funeral Potatoes by Our Best Bites
The food in your 72-hour kits should be rotated twice a year--and conference weekend is a great time to do it, so that you don't forget. Check out these delicious meals you can sub into your refreshed kits!
So what’cha eatin’ there in your survival kit?
The good news is you can prepare now to have actually good tasting food planned into your survival kit. Try these recipes, it’s totally possible, believe you me. And all of a sudden, there’s one less thing to worry about (yay!). Use them up and make up new meals one weekend just twice a year to rotate them within your 72-hour kit, or make up a whole bunch to use whenever you’re too busy to cook, storing them where they’re easy to grab and go if needed.
Did you know that March 28th is National Food on a Stick Day? Celebrate with these 20 fun and mouth-watering recipes kids and adults will both enjoy!
Breakfast on a Stick
Ever have trouble getting the fruit and the syrup to stay on the fork with the French toast? Put them all on a stick and your troubles are solved!
For many families, the kitchen—especially at mealtimes—is a gathering place. Learn how you can make dinnertime an enjoyable and memorable experience for the entire family with a little planning, budgeting, and creativity.
Growing up, we ate dinner together as a family every night. Without fail, our mom would have dinner all cooked and ready to go by six o’clock sharp. No matter what extracurricular activities we were involved in, or what we had going on, we always tried to make it back to the table to spend that dinner hour reconnecting with our family.
It was something all six of us sisters really looked forward to during the day. For us, dinner was a time to check up on each other, hear about everyone’s day, and share a story or two. Our parents kept us interested by creating funny traditions, starting engaging conversations, and giving their undivided attention to just us girls.