We came across this list of Romantic Recipes to Make for Dinner from Country Living and wanted to share them with you! We hope you find the perfect meal to celebrate with your loved ones this Valentine's Day! Slow-Cooker Red Wine Beef Stew This savory, protein-packed dish is perfect for a romantic meal at home, especially on a chilly winter evening. Simple and quick to throw together, the stew can cook all ...
This is a favorite recipe because it has so many variations I've created over the years, as well as it leaves them wanting more! This fudge freezes well, too.
Because we have a few vegetarians in our family, I'm going to be serving a "No Turkey - Turkey" this year along with all the traditional foods you'd expect for a Thanksgiving dinner. And if you're wondering what a "No Turkey - Turkey" is, fear not; the recipe is right here.
Here we are showing off the great salmon we have in the Pacific Northwest. Portland, OR stores have a fantastic selection of fresh caught salmon for recipes like this.
We are fortunate to have crab throughout the winter in the Pacific Northwest, but sometimes we like to change it up and have lobster.
"This yummy spaghetti casserole will be requested again and again for potlucks and family gatherings. From Westminster, Maryland, Louise Miller writes, 'It's especially popular with my grandchildren, who just love all the cheese.'"
It's prime apple season! Enjoy this delicious Apple-Blackberry Cobbler for your next dessert. It's easy, delicious, with a little tart and a little sweet.
Challah is deliciously light, slightly sweet, and makes a fantastic base for French Toast. Try Challah French Toast for a weekend breakfast favorite.