A favorite Sunday morning breakfast on the island of Trinidad in the Caribbean. Saltfish can be found in many grocery stores, ask your grocer to help you locate it. Serve this dish with sliced hard boiled eggs or simply serve with toast.
This is a great way to use some of the fresh garden vegetables abundant at this time of year. Plenty of zucchini, mushrooms and tomato are wrapped in warm tortillas and drowned in melted cheddar cheese.
My mom taught me this trick for baking fish while keeping the moisture and flavors in. It is nearly foolproof and adapts easily; substitute regular oranges or other citrus, herbs and oils to your taste. Parchment paper is available in most grocery stores.
I used to always make a traditional cherry pie and there would always be half a pie left over after serving. I love this mini version because I can make just two at a time. Perfect for me and my husband when we are eating dinner together.
This pasta salad - made with Provolone, salami, pepperoni, bell peppers, and black olives tossed with fusili pasta and Italian salad dressing - is very easy to make, AND can be prepared in 45 minutes or less.
A cheesecake with the irresistible flavors of peanut butter and bananas would be a great dessert for celebrating Elvis's birthday this year. Garnish sides of cake with toasted coconut and top with a simple ganache if desired.
An easy and sweet variation of a grilled cheese sandwich combines cream cheese sweetened with dulce de leche (milk caramel spread) and apples, grilled on cinnamon raisin bread. Have it for breakfast, tote it for your lunch, or give it to your kids when you need a quick meal or snack.