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We had a blast at our Mardi Gras Breakfast! Thank you to everyone who came – we hope you enjoyed.
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Source: Taste of Home
Get a taste of the Big Easy with recipes inspired by the Mardi Gras celebration. Whether its king cake, muffuletta or beignets, these classic New Orleans dishes will be so good you’ll be making them long after Fat Tuesday is over. We picked out some of our top 15 favorites below, to view more, click here.
Carnival Season is in Full Swing as Mardi Gras is fast approaching. Come visit Ibis Trail first for your personal tour with season specials then catch these local parades on the Northshore!
Mandeville Krewe of Orpheus at 7 p.m.
Krewe of Bush at 10 a.m.
Krewe of MCCA at 1 p.m.
Krewe of Lyra at 10 a.m.
Krewe of Lions at 10 a.m.
Krewe of Chahta-Ima at 1 p.m.
Village of Folsom Parade at 2 p.m.
For more information on the routes, visit
Source: Food & Wine
Valentine’s Day and chocolate go hand-in-hand. As Food & Wine puts it, Valentine’s Day calls for aphrodisiac foods—especially chocolate. Here’s how to set the mood with these nine über-rich chocolate cookie recipes.
1. Chewy Double-Chocolate Cookies
Chocoholics will go crazy for these easy, chewy double-chocolate cookies.
2. Candy Cookies
These cookie-bonbon hybrids have candy in their centers.
3. Triple Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies
Milk chocolate chunks add a lighter note to the dense, dark chocolate dough in these cookies.
4. Frosted Brownie Cookies
These fudgy, chocolatey and huge cookies are for those who like decadent, over-the-top desserts.
5. Chocolate-Caramel Sandwich Cookies
This Oreo upgrade replaces the creamy center with gooey caramel.
6. Cherry-Nut Mudslides
These deeply rich, moist cookies are speckled with hazelnuts, pistachios and dried cherries.
7. Peanut Butter Cookie Moon Pies
This take on the classic uses gluten-free peanut butter cookies that are sandwiched with marshmallow cream and dipped in melted chocolate.
8. Dark Chocolate-Cherry Shortbreads
The secret ingredient in these addictive shortbread cookies: grated lime zest.
9. Chocolate-Espresso Snowballs
Cocoa, coffee and pecans are rolled together to make these semisweet, sugar-dusted nuggets.
Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to practice healthier eating habits but you just don’t know where to start? Don’t worry — we found 15 healthy recipes that are easy, tasty and will get you set on the right path. Enjoy!
Find out how to keep the party going into the new year with easy recipes and cheery cocktails on Food Network. We hand-picked some of our favorites. To view the full list click here.
Gifts under the tree aren’t the only things we’re looking forward to on Christmas morning. From glazed cinnamon rolls to a cheesy bacon and onion quiche, here are fantastic Christmas brunch recipes to warm up your holiday.
Chef Bryan Voltaggio loves this make-ahead dish: a classic baked bread-and-egg casserole with bites of pepperoni, mushrooms and gooey cheese. It’s as good for dinner as it is for breakfast. For the full recipe click here.
Kentucky Hot Brown:
Star chef Bobby Flay smothers an open-face turkey sandwich with cheese sauce and bacon for his version of the over-the-top Louisville classic. For the full recipe click here.
Open-Face Egg and Griddled Ham Breakfast Sandwiches:
F&W’s Justin Chapple poaches a dozen eggs at once in a muffin pan in the oven, making his cute and tasty breakfast sliders extraordinarily easy to prepare for entertaining. For the full recipe click here.
For brunch chef Adam Schop sprinkles shredded coconut onto his pancake batter; when the pancakes cook on the griddle, the coconut gets nicely toasted. The finished pancakes get a layer of extra coconut before serving. For the full recipe click here.
Sausage-and-Maple Bread Pudding:
This fantastic breakfast bread pudding is a fun, all-in-one take on French toast with maple syrup and sausage. Melted ice cream enriches the “custard” base. For the full recipe click here.
Country Ham Flapjacks with Maple Syrup:
Using store-bought corn muffin mix and leftover chopped ham to make these savory flapjacks is a quick and clever trick. For the full recipe click here.
When Michael Mina was a boy, his parents used to take him to the now-defunct Four Seasons hotel in Seattle for Christmas brunch, where he always ordered waffles. “They were dynamite,” he recalls. This recipe is as close to the one of his childhood as he could get it. Cornmeal makes the waffles crispy; ricotta keeps them moist. For the full recipe click here.
Glazed Cinnamon Rolls with Pecan Swirls:
Baking these cinnamon rolls in big batches makes the effort worth it—they take time but are so satisfying. For the full recipe click here.
Bacon, Cheddar and Onion Quiche:
“To make a proper tarte flambé, you need a wood-burning oven with a stone floor,” explains Jean-Georges Vongerichten of the thin-crusted Alsatian pizza topped with bacon, onions and fromage blanc. Here, he folds those same basic ingredients (replacing the fromage blanc with cheddar) into a light custard and bakes it in a buttery pastry crust. “Not everyone has a pizza oven at home, so I decided to make it in the form of a quiche.” For the full recipe click here.
Tyler Florence made these pancakes at home one weekend morning with his son Hayden. They’re a slight variation on a recipe from his book, Tyler Florence Family Meal. For the full recipe click here.
For more recipes, visit Food&Wine.