June 1, 2020

This is from my book, Amy's Table: Food for Family and Friends. The book was published in 2007 and I'm still making it! 

Like most potato salads, this tastes best made a day ahead. Make it easily with a little advance prep. When roasting potatoes for another meal, roast...

June 1, 2020

I love the Stonefire naan, pita and pizza crusts. If you have bottled peanut sauce and leftover cooked chicken, this flatbread comes together in minutes.

1 8.8-ounce package Stonefire Naan Bread (contains 2 breads)

Peanut Sauce:

2 tablespoons creamy peanut butter

1 tablesp...

June 1, 2020

I love this tart from my book, Amy's Table: Food for Family and Friends, because it's simple, delicious and oh-so adaptable. Use all raspberries or blueberries instead of an assortment. Substitute a container of low fat lemon yogurt (or better yet, Greek yogurt with a...

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Sweater weather

With the advent of sweater weather, parties are moving back inside.


A Soup Party just feels good in early fall. It forgoes all formality, is easy to pull off and encourages relaxed and comfortable mingling.  It’s a stop in, come when you can, we promise to feed you kind of party. If you’re looking for a reason to host one, think of a big kitchen soup party for almost any of your upcoming entertaining needs. Welcoming a new neighbor? Check! Your turn to host book club? Check! Been too long since you’ve invited your co-workers? Check! You get the idea. Conversely, if you’re thinking all of the reasons not to, sorry but I can’t help you. You don’t need to be a great cook or set a formal table- this is entertaining at its easiest!

Check out some of these favorite soup recipes for fall.

 

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