We all know that I am obsessed with my dog. What better way to honor the baby Luke than to dedicate a whole blog post about homemade dog treats to him and all of his doggie friends around the globe! This treat recipe contains chicken liver so make sure that your dog is not allergic to liver. Luke absolutely adores these doggie treats. He probably thinks of them as the best thing since sliced… steak? Can’t you see it in his eyes?
Cinco de Mayo is always the perfect time to make a delicious bite-sized appetizer. And why not make a freaking adorable Cinco de Mayo appetizer, while you’re at it? This easy app is made with chicken, but can easily be switched out with pork, steak, fish, tofu… really anything that goes well on a taco will go well here. Think Chipotle. Got it? Good. I can guarantee this will impress everyone’s sense of sight and taste. They are pretty amazing. Oh and PS – yes you can make these any time of the year! Who doesn’t like Mexican food? And who doesn’t like Mexican food that comes in bite sized crunchy cups? The answer is no one! So let’s get started.
Who doesn’t love some Julia Child?! As she provides the best basic instruction for French food – I figured that would be the best base for a French Onion Soup Recipe. And boy, was I right! I have honestly been wanting to make French Onion Soup for years and I’m so glad I finally got to create this masterpiece of soup! The best French Onion Soup I’ve ever had was at my favorite restaurant in the entire world – Au Pied de Cochon in Montreal. I’m not sure my onion soup will ever measure up to the soup at APC, but I can only try! Here is my recipe for French Onion Soup:
Who’s in the mood for a delicious drink, a light buzz, and some whipped cream on top? This girl. This is the perfect drink for a casual night in or for morning pick-me-up if you’re feeling frisky. It’s a great one to serve to guests because it just looks so gosh darn incredible and is actually very easy to put together.My version is made with ice coffee, but this drink would also be amazing with hot coffee. The most integral part of this coffee cocktail is the liqueur. I used a mix of Hiram Walker Whipped Cream and Cask & Cream Chocolate Temptation. The whipped cream and chocolate combination is a sacred mixture, never to be tampered with. Well, not really, but it’s delicious so just trust me on that one! Here is the recipe for my version of a coffee cocktail.
So I have to be honest with my Honey Bee’s – I made these cookies for Christmas. But hey! Snowmen and other winter themed cookies are great all through the snowy season (and all through the year!). Feel free to switch out the winter theme to any other cookie cutter if you want to pretend it’s summer. Think palm trees and smiling suns wearing some sweet shades. Luckily for me, I’m writing this from South Florida but I’m thinking of all of you snow angels up there in the North!