Cooking with Your Instant Pot® Mini: 100 Quick & Easy Recipes for 3-Quart Models is a must have if you have the size of the pot it calls for. I made the jump from just owning an 8 quart to getting a 3 quart this Spring. I primarily got the smaller size to help aid in making sides to go with larger dishes cooking the 8 quarts but since getting it, I’ve used it for far more than expected. Continue reading
From savory appetizers to delicious side dishes, Jarlsberg® Cheese is a must-have holiday ingredient sure to change the shape of your Holiday meal.
These recipes created in cooperation with Celebrity Chef George Duran, host of TLC’s “Ultimate Cake Off” and Food Network’s “Ham on the Street,” make it easy to elevate your cheeseboard, serve up delightfully delicate puffed pastries or make glass canning jar gifts to give away to guests. Each dish features Jarlsberg Cheese, which was created in 1956 and remains based on the original Norwegian recipe, offering a slightly nutty, mild and delicious taste that helps every dish live up to festive occasions.
Best known for its classic wedge, Jarlsberg is also available sliced and in snacks and crisps for simple appetizers, savory sides and even take-home treats your guests will love.
Find more ideas to elevate this holiday season at jarlsberg.com.
The Ozeri INSTAVAC Nesting Food Storage Container Set is my new favorite way to store food in my kitchen. Why? Well, the top reason is that these bowls keep what is put inside fresher for far longer with its genius instant vacuum seal. There are no bells and whistles as in any extra parts needed to achieve this seal except the lid for each bowl. These lids also feature a dial so you can set the date of when your food was placed inside of it. No more masking tape and marker or asking every other family member how long the tuna noodle casserole leftovers or whatever else was put in the fridge thanks to Ozeri INSTAVAC. Continue reading
Something we all can’t deny if that holidays can sometimes be hassle to get through! It seems like they sneak up on us and then we are a little scatterbrained getting all the details down. One of the most important things to manage during these times is the planning and preparations of delicious and nutritious meals to share among our family, friends, and neighbors. This is the time I often am searching the internet and my cookbooks for delicious recipes that 1. Won’t break the Bank with the ingredients, 2. Don’t Require a lot of babysitting, and 3. That likely will be welcome additions to a meal or served as an entire meal.