Mozzarella & Tomato Caprese Skewers (Gluten-Free)

Caprese Skewers; 2014 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part 55 of 55 in the series Vegetarian

This entry is part 55 of 55 in the series Vegetarian

 

A new recurring event that I am participating in is a Farmer’s Market Virtual Supper with a group of food bloggers in the San Francisco Bay Area. We divided up into two groups, each creating a meal that you can make for [...]

Ranch-Flavored Cole Slaw (Gluten-Free)

Ranch Confetti Coleslaw; 2014 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part 31 of 31 in the series Food Network

This entry is part 31 of 31 in the series Food Network

 

 

This week for the Food Network’s #SummerSoiree we are all sharing our favorite ways to make slaw. Some call it coleslaw, and some just slaw, but no matter what name you give it, I love it.

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Port-Infused Cherry & Chocolate Chip Parfaits (Gluten-Free) SRC

Port-Cherry Parfaits; 2014 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part 214 of 215 in the series Chocolate Mondays

This entry is part 214 of 215 in the series Chocolate Mondays

 

When I was a little girl, the big treat that boys would give to girls they liked was chocolate-covered cherries. In those days they were most likely sweetened Maraschino cherries covered with milk chocolate. I always wanted a boy to give [...]

Review and GIVEAWAY! Cook the Part Cookbook – Chicken Under a Brick Recipe

Cook the Part cookbook cover
This entry is part 12 of 12 in the series Reviews

This entry is part 12 of 12 in the series Reviews

 

Photo courtesy of Crosswalk Press

 

Last month one of my friends in PR contacted me with an opportunity to preview a new cookbook that was about to hit stores. I don’t always agree to do reviews, it has to be a [...]

Firecracker Salad – Happy 4th of July! #SummerSoiree

Firecracker Watermelon Salad; 2014 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part 30 of 31 in the series Food Network

This entry is part 30 of 31 in the series Food Network

 

When I was a child, the 4th of July meant we were halfway through the long hot summer days with no school. When we would wear shorts, head to the pool or lake to cool off, and sit on the [...]