It’s July 4th tomorrow, so here’s a recipe for some pretty neat sliders. Sweet Pepper Bunless Sliders, great as passed hors d’oeuvres, part of a buffet or as an appetizer.Read More
Have you given any thought to what you will serve your family during the Easter holidays? If no, well get to it! Easter isn’t that far away. I’m a little fixated on what to serve on Good Friday, as it is the day when mine and many other families steer clear from meat. I’m planning on serving salt cod in some way, perhaps these Salt Cod Sliders might make an appearance.Read More
Today’s recipe is jalapeno sliders with queso and beef bacon, an ideal dish for sharing with friends and family.
Hopefully, by now, you are enjoying the summer, and having fun in the sun. I know I am. If you’re looking for an tasty new slider recipe for your next get together, or just a casual dinner for the family, jalapeno sliders with queso and beef bacon will not disappoint, so check out this recipe.
It’s Labor Day Weekend folks, and I know many of you are planning gatherings with friends and family. A great way to keep their hunger at bay is to serve sliders. They’re usually my preference over burgers. They’re just a lot less cumbersome to eat, and you don’t feel overwhelmed at the prospect of eating them. So for this Labor Day Weekend why don’t you serve bourbon bbq sliders with coleslaw? They’re tremendously tasty.
I really enjoy a trio of sliders. They’re so easy to eat and they don’t overwhelm your appetite. However, I am often disappointed by the buns restaurants and bars use. They’re usually the generic fluffy bun, tasty and fresh, but I feel sliders are way more fun when served in between something more interesting. Hence today’s recipe, Tuscan sliders.
Are you having a New Year’s Eve party this year? If yes, make sure to serve these wonderful lamb sliders. They are so tasty and packed with flavor, and they will work really well with a cocktail. A nice bubbly creation, like a Classic Champagne Cocktail, or an Organic Elderflower Presse Martini perhaps?