This pecan and herb crusted prime rib entrée is the type of dish where everyone leaves the table completely full and satisfied.
You’ll feel like you’re on the island itself with this spin on a classic Hawaiian dish.
Salty, cured prosciutto, acidity from the balsamic reduction, creaminess from the mozzarella and freshness from the arugula – what’s not to love about this Naan pizza?
This breakfast burrito is perfect for meal prepping and life on-the-go – not to mention it’s cheese-filled and nutrition-packed.
This salmon is elegant and sure to please, yet simple to prepare.
This sautéed Brussels sprouts and chorizo recipe is a mouthwatering way to cook up this nutrient-rich superfood!
Patrick Lafleur says Cajun cuisine goes far beyond the seasonings that people might associate the food with.
The program will run from 9 a.m. to noon June 7-11. Registration deadline is May 3 and cost per student is $65. T-shirts are available for an additional $15.
There are several tropical fruits on this list, but guava earns the top spot with 206 mg of vitamin C per fruit! While guava is not a terribly common ingredient in American cuisine, it should find its way into your kitchen — it’s a great source of potassium and fiber, which aid in digestion and heart health. Try it in your next baking venture, or add some to your morning smoothie.
North Platte Connect has announced its second annual International Bazaar that will be from 4-7 p.m. on July 27 at the Platte River Mall, 1000…