I admit I have had a difficult time choosing which Bijouxs to share with you next, but here is a simple and comforting, rustic combination of potatoes and ham baked in a velvety cheddar sauce – another easy make-ahead meal that has been a beloved Bijouxs for fall. Fall entertaining and holiday Bijouxs carry on with Scalloped Potatoes and Ham. Continue reading Scalloped Potatoes and Ham
Enter the perfect fall dessert – Bijouxs Apple Crisp. Tart, crisp apples baked with fragrant spices and sweetness creating a caramel-like sauce and crowned with a crunchy butter-crisp topping, a dessert that is bound to draw guests into the kitchen to snatch a little taste. A simple, enduring fall Bijouxs at it’s best. Continue reading Apple Crisp
It’s an official Bijouxs: 2010 was designated the year of the lamb shank- that based on the votes received from the Bijouxs recipe testing and support groups. Braised Lamb Shanks with Garlic Confit has been selected as the easy, French make-ahead entrée perfect for a cozy fall gathering, another recipe to sample for your fall and holiday entertaining – trés Bijouxs. Continue reading Lamb Shanks with Garlic Confit
The Bijouxs kitchen is buzzing with activity planning fall and holiday recipes to share with you. Everyone who has been to a Bijouxs holiday event at my home will attest I love to experiment and venture forth bravely with new recipes each year. I am always excited to try some new recipe. I understand my adventurous cooking style is not for everyone, so I thought I would share some little fall and holiday Bijouxs with you now, so you can try them ahead of your event. Brussels sprouts are not only are a traditional, delicious fall or holiday side dish but also add beautiful, vibrant color to your holiday menu.
Brussels sprouts: I love the name, I love these quirky little cabbages grown on the stem, and I am one of the people who will tell you that I love the taste of these little jewels. I also will not try to tell you that this is a recipe that will make “anyone love brussels sprouts”, that would be a reach. However, I can say that these brussels sprouts are truly tasty and as you read more you will understand why. Continue reading Sautéed Brussels Sprouts with Hazelnuts
I can’t lie; I love cherries, even the disgusting Maraschino variety, that I must see placed atop my Hot Fudge Sundae to make it “official.” Of course I love cherry pie, but really on of my favorite ways to create an easy cherry treat is a Cherry Clafouti, the classic country French dessert, cherries topped with a humble one-bowl pancake-like batter and baked. Voilà another Bijouxs. Continue reading Cherry Clafouti with Cherry Balsamic Glaze