BEST Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Let’s bring back this retro vanilla cake that’s super moist and topped with pineapple slices tucked into a generous caramelized brown butter and sugar topping. It’s called pineapple upside down cake and it’s out-of-this-world delicious! The Best Pineapple Upside Down Cake Recipe: My husband always rolled his eyes when I’d say I’m making a fruit dessert like Strawberry Pound Cake or a Peach Crisp. He insisted that if he’s going…
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How to Cut a Pineapple

Here’s the easiest way to cut a pineapple, whether you want rings or chunks! Need tips on how to choose a ripe pineapple or how to store it? I’ll answer those questions too! Walk to the produce section of your grocery store and I’m sure you’ll see those big tubes of precut fruit screaming “convenience!” and calling your name. As you get closer, you’ll probably notice slimy, cut weeks ago,…
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Warm German Potato Salad

Skip the mayonnaise and dive into this flavor-packed German potato salad! Tossed in a tangy, warm vinaigrette and loaded with smoky bacon and crunchy veggies, this side dish elevates any barbecue or family gathering. A picnic staple: potato salad! Although I love potato salad, it’s one of those foods where I can only eat it in small quantities. It’s so rich, thick, and mayo-heavy.  That’s why you’ll love this German…
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Best Fresh Strawberry Pie

With no Jell-O fillers, this strawberry pie recipe is made simply with fresh strawberries in an easy homemade shortbread cookie crust. It’s not too sweet and will have your whole crew asking for a second slice. There’s no need to use strawberry Jell-O to make a perfect strawberry pie. Ditch that stuff and stuff your pie with just a bunch of fresh strawberries cooked down to a filling that’s the…
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Easy Bacon Wrapped Asparagus

These crispy bundles of bacon wrapped asparagus are an easy yet elegant appetizer or side dish. Roast them in the oven and finish them off with grated parmesan cheese and balsamic glaze. My go-to appetizers are Bacon Jam with crackers, Candied Bacon, and now this bacon wrapped asparagus recipe. What’s the common thread? Bacon. Because who complains when bacon is on the menu? Asparagus wrapped in bacon is one of…
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Crispy Roasted Pork Belly

Pork belly is easy to make at home? Yes it is! If you’re looking for restaurant-style pork belly with crazy crispy skin and the juiciest meat with tons and tons of flavor, my recipe will blow your mind. Well if you’re here, you’re probably looking for the best pork belly recipe on the internet, and dare I say, you’ve found the one. After making my Grilled Pork Tenderloin, I was…
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Honey Garlic Glazed Salmon (Easy!)

Make tender, baked honey glazed salmon smothered in a sticky sweet, tangy and garlicky sauce in just 20 minutes! There’s quite a few recipes out there that will show you how to pan sear salmon in a sticky glaze. But what’s not so fun about that is the cleanup, after salmon sizzles all over your walls and stovetop! That’s why this recipe will show you How to Bake Salmon in…
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Best Pea Salad

This pea salad is everything but ordinary, loaded with smoky ham (or bacon), sweet leeks, fresh basil, and a splash of white balsamic vinegar for a bright and light salad in 20 minutes. We’re making peas cool again with this pea salad recipe! The best part is you won’t miss the typical creamy dressing. In fact, dare I say, you won’t ever want that creamy version again? If you cringed…
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How to Make Lemon Curd (Easy)

Once you taste homemade lemon curd, you’ll understand why the extra 20 minutes to make it is worth every second. Creamy, intensely lemony, and sweet-tart, this lemon curd is an irresistible topping for cakes, cookies, pies, scones and more. It’s the essence of everything that’s amazing about lemons; it’s lemon curd. It’s oh-so creamy, sweet yet not too sweet, tart yet not too tart, and of course, deeply lemony from…
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Baked Coconut Shrimp

Skip the big greasy mess and loads of frying oil, and make this coconut shrimp recipe that’s baked instead of fried! The crisp coconut coating and juicy shrimp inside make the perfect crowd-pleasing appetizer (served with sweet chili dipping sauce, of course!). There’s no way to just have one. You might want to cancel the party and just have these for yourself, hunched over the baking sheet, with just you,…
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