I love cooking and have been in the kitcken since I can remember. I also enjoy entertaining family & friends. My friends offen joke around and call me "Martha." Summer entertaining has always been my favorite. I'm always mixing up different ingredients to marinade or rub on meat, poultry and vegetables.
The honey and sage work really well together. This recipe has all the great components for a great marinade. The base, olive oil, honey for sweetness, the lemon juice for citrus and the sage to round all the flavors together.
The glaze really makes the chicken. It brings out the flavors in the marinade even more; the honey brings a nice sweetness, the lemon juice gives tartness and helps thin out the honey. Tabasco sauce helps kick things up a bit. For presentation this dish speaks for itself, but I like to garnish with whole fresh sage leaves and slices of lemons. I like to serve the chicken with baked potatoes and a simple side salad. This is a delicious dish and I hope you enjoy it as much as we have and it is also very affordable meal for entertaining, around $80.00 for a whole meal for 6-8 people. That's pretty good. Enjoy!
In our easy version of this classic jam-filled dessert, we've replaced the tricky lattice crust with a simple crumble topping. It's every bit as delicious and still allows jam to peek through, but there's no need to roll out your dough and painstakingly weave the strips into a lattice. Just sprinkle and bake!
This dip is a hit every time I make it. It was created from the love of cheese and gooey dip! It's always the first to be finished. Everyone wants the recipe. It's so simple and quick which is why it's an entertaining staple and great for pot luck occasions.
This holiday season embrace the art of entertaining and go Orange! As you begin planning for your holiday party, look for something a little different to spice up the occasion. Don't be afraid to step outside the traditional red and green and try something orange.
This easy dessert is ideal for entertaining when served in pretty goblets.
This holiday season, embrace the art of entertaining and go orange! As you begin planning for your holiday party, look for something a little different to spice up the occasion. Don't be afraid to step outside the traditional red and green and try something orange.
Mini pita breads are perfect for last-minute entertaining because they can be topped with a variety of staples on hand at a moment's notice. Try sliced Brie cheese, pepperoni and sauce, or pesto and goat cheese. You can also open them into pockets to fill with prepared salads or spreads.
This recipe is perfect for entertaining family, neighbors or guests! It's a wonderful blend of fruity sweetness with a touch of saltiness.
Easy and impressive, this makes a good side dish or vegetarian main dish for weekend entertaining.
"Make-ahead" is a mantra in The Canadian Living Test Kitchen, especially for entertaining. This delicious puree with a nutty crumb topping freezes ahead, too.