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The Spice of Life: A Weekend in Grenada New recipes

The Spice of Life: A Weekend in Grenada

Island music blasted through the air. If I told you I was in an airport terminal, would you ever believe me?This is exactly what it was like as I approached JetBlue Terminal 5 in JFK. The airline’s inaugural flight to Grenada was set to takeoff in an hour’s time, and they had pulled out all the stops to celebrate.

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Philly Turkey Stuffed Green Peppers Traditional recipes

Philly Turkey Stuffed Green Peppers

If you crave Philly Cheesesteak, you& 39;ll love these gorgeous, simple and healthful Philly Turkey Peppers! MORE+LESS-Updated March 15, 20171can (4.5 oz) sliced mushrooms, drained1purple onion, sliced thin12slices provolone or swiss cheeseHide Images1Preheat oven to 350°F degrees. Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat.

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Cheese and raisin pie New recipes

Cheese and raisin pie

Mix the sugar and vanilla sugar with the milk for the dough and put it on the iron until the sugar melts. Leave it to cool for 10-15 minutes. the composition over the flour and knead. Leave to rise for 30 minutes. Prepare the cream: beat the eggs well with the sugar (and the vanilla one), with the pudding and the essence, then mix with the cheese.

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Best Wines of Summer 2013: What Wine to Drink Now New recipes

Best Wines of Summer 2013: What Wine to Drink Now

Whether you’re sitting fireside sipping the best beers or mixing your choice of seasonal cocktails at home, the possibilities for pairing the perfect beverage with a summer meal or activity are practically endless. Throw wine in the mix, and the choices are practically overwhelming.Luckily, James Tidwell, the beverage manager and master sommelier at Four Seasons in Dallas, has the best wines for summer at the ready, and he’s sharing his picks with us.

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Cinnamon Rolls Unusual recipes

Cinnamon Rolls

Big, puffy brown sugar and cinnamon rolls with a gooey sugary, buttery center. No glaze needed to make these taste delicious.MORE+LESS-Updated November 10, 20142tablespoon instant yeast1/3cup melted butter (for filling)3/4cup brown sugar (for filling)1tablespoon cinnamon (for filling)Hide Images1In the bowl of a stand mixer, combine brown sugar and butter and beat until smooth.

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Potatoes au gratin with smoked New recipes

Potatoes au gratin with smoked

Cut the potatoes into slices and boil them in salted water for about 20 minutes. Meanwhile, cut the smoke into slices and lightly brown it in 2-3 tablespoons of oil. Add the onion and sauté until translucent. Pour the white wine and simmer for 5-10 minutes (until reduced). Remove the potatoes in a yena bowl (greased with sliced ​​garlic), season to taste with salt and pepper, sprinkle with chopped basil , we add beaten eggs together with sour cream, smoked meat and onion, and on top we place the cheese cut into small cubes.

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