The Food Dish
Wife of one, mother of two, and cook of many, Kimberly is the LDS blogger behind The Daring Gourmet, a food blog featuring revitalized classics, daring originals, and simply downright good eats. Here are a few of her top picks for the perfect Mother’s Day menu.
Canadian Bacon and Pineapple Quiche
Use a ready-made pie crust for a quick and simple dish, or use the recipe provided. Either way, you’re going to love this quiche.
Take a trip around the world with these delicious and delightfully simple dishes for dinner and dessert. Let your slow cooker do the work while still impressing your family and friends—and satisfying even the pickiest of eaters—by serving these fantastic flavors.
Learn more about the new book Six Sisters’ Stuff, full of delicious recipes, crafts, and idea lists from Deseret Book.
Slow Cooker Honey Sesame Chicken
This dish quickly became one of the most popular on our blog because it is simple to throw together but tastes as though you spent all day preparing it. The honey in this recipe gives it the perfect amount of sweetness and flavor.
Spring has brought me such a nice surprise... Popcorn popping right before my eyes! With all the spring trees now in bloom, we felt inspired to search out the most fun, delicious, and interesting popcorn recipes around. These would be perfect for a Primary class party (or an adult party, too!) or just a snack to eat with the family while watching your favorite movie.
Cinnamon Bun Popcorn from Our Best Bites.
Send us your best party food recipes for the chance to win LDS Living's Best Jell-O Recipe Contest, a $100 gift certificate, and be published in an upcoming issue of LDS Living!
Roast. Mashed potatoes. Salad. Asparagus. Rolls. Jello salad. Going overboard for Sunday dinners? Turn down the heat in the kitchen and simplify your Sunday.
LDS Living’s article “Ten Ways to Reinvent Your Sunday” offers tips on making the Sabbath the best day of your week. One of the most popular tips was simplifying Sunday meals from the big feast they normally are to something that doesn’t require your whole day. Here are some easy—and delicious!— recipes to make cooking Sunday meals a breeze.
Overnight Breakfast Casseroles
These casseroles are made the Saturday night and are ready to pop into the oven first thing Sunday morning.