It's a short, sweet, simple, tasty (we could go on with adjectives, but you must be getting hungry) sandwich recipe that is calculated to satisfy! Serves 1
If you're going to do it, we believe in doing it authentically. In Tuscany, the garlic toast is placed in the bottom of the bowl and the stew is lovingly ladled over it to absorb the savory broth.
Now's the time to toast up some grilled cheese sandwiches and get to dunking. Serves 8
A whole generation (heck, several generations) grew up on PB&J (peanut butter and jelly). Welcome to our “grown-up” version of this classic sandwich recipe, featuring ripe bananas and crispy bacon. Serves 1-2
Winter is the season for grapefruit and oranges. (Really. You could look it up.) The bright flavors of this salad are perfect for a chilly day - you can taste sunshine in every bite. Serve it with good crusty bread and some cheese for lunch or a light supper. Serves 4
Here's an idea you might like … In the Applegate Kitchen we love using fresh peas when they are in season. We blanch them in boiling salted water until just tender before adding them to the skillet. Serves 4
This recipe is here to remind you Sunday bacon is not just for Sunday anymore! Serves 4
Try this satisfying spin on a B.L.T. Pickled red onions—a classic Mexican condiment—should be in everyone’s fridge. They perk up any type of sandwich, as well as tacos, salads, and humble beans and rice. And they couldn’t be easier to make. How to make tomato heart The oblong shape of grape...