The ingredients for this summer salad tell you what to expect. Honey, vinegar, rosemary add spectacular flavor to the sweet potatoes and broccoli.
After what seemed an exceedingly long winter, Texoma Living! decided to celebrate spring with a picnic. The time, the menu, and the guests came together in a perfect location for an outing to be remembered.
The idea of cold soup takes getting used to. But when you take the first taste of this cool and spicy mix of fresh tomatoes, cucumbers and Bell peppers you’ll understand why this is the perfect summer cooler.
Who doesn’t like deviled eggs at a picnic? Nobody, that’s who. Chef Robert kicks it up with a smooth and spicy punch of chipotle flavor in this recipe that will have you back in the kitchen making a double batch for the next family outing.
There is no better way to finish a meal (Italian or not) off than with a luscious Chocolate Panna Cotta.
This is a simple to prepare dish that gives your guests the idea that you stayed up all night long in the kitchen.
If you are looking to prepare a healthy vegetable with an Italian flavor, you can’t go wrong with an asparagus Luciano.
A must-have on anyone’s Italian menu, the penne pasta alongside prawns, mushrooms and arugula will bring the taste of Italy right to your table.
Served great as an entree (as it is prepared in Italy). The gnocchi is similar to dumplings, only with a little Italian zest to it.
Originating in Italy during the 15th century, this simple appetizer is certain to add some spice to your next meal.