This guest recipe comes to us from Chef Jon Ashton. Chef Ashton creates original recipes with premium ingredients found at your local market or liquor store. He loves to create meals and desserts using flavored liquors, like his sauteed apples recipe featured here. SautÃ©ed Apples with Espresso Caramel Sauce Courtesy of Chef Jon Ashton Makes […]
I love baking cookies especially around the holiday season and even the fall season. The smell of the kitchen while they’re baking in the oven is so sweet and delicious. I came across these really yummy looking cookie recipes that I think you will enjoy. They can be made all year round, but the peppermints […]
If you live in the suburbs like I do, October means one thing: pumpkins! They’re on front lawns, in doorways, and are displayed near the entrances to grocery stores. It’s easy to see why pumpkins are so popular: they’re very visually dramatic, make great centerpieces, and are fun and safe for kids to decorate. While we […]
Today we have some great cheesecake baking tips from Chef Josie of Aunt Jo’s Personal Chef Service. Check out these useful hints and if you’re feeling inspired, head on over to RecipeLion for some delicious cheesecake recipes like almond cheesecake with Oreo crust or apple-nut cheesecake. Baking tips for cheesecake: 1. Cream cheese must be […]
The leaves are changing colors and the cool breeze is moving in. Fall is here and there is no better time to create warm, delicious recipes with apples. Whether you’re looking to make a warm apple pie for the kids when they come home from school or use apples in a more savory preparation, RecipeLion […]
What’s not to love about fall? The weather’s finally brisk again, and all your favorite shows have resumed airing. There’s only one downside to the season that I can think of – it seems to me that your waistline tends to expand as the weather grows colder and you spend more time indoors. Perhaps it’s […]
The perfect pie dough is characteristically an oxymoron – flaky, crispy, layers compress under your tooth and melt into a tender, buttery bite. So how can pie dough be flaky and tender at the same time? Through a pretty neat series of chemical reactions that occur during the mixing process, and steam produced during baking. Hold on, don’t go anywhere — it sounds fancy and complicated, but it’s really as easy as, well, pie.