Korean Grilled Filet Mignon

Cooking for Families My Nanny Kids love Korean barbecues and I adjusted this marinade I found on the foodnetwork web site brings the much loved flavors of Korean food to the most tender cut of beef available. I added fresh garlic and ginger to the marinade. I used a cast iron grill pan to make […]

Patriotic Layer Cake

Cooking for Kids It’s almost the Fourth of July and I lucked out and found Duncan Hines Red Velvet Cake Mix and Duncan Hines Blue Velvet Cake Mix which are a limited edition mixes to make a patriotic layer cake for Independence Day. Duncan Hines also has a limited edition cake mix called Summer Velvets […]

Korean Sticky Drumsticks

Cooking for Families This is an amazing main dish to serve your Nanny Kids that I found on the bbcgoodfood web site. The drumsticks are sticky and delicious to eat with fingers and plenty of napkins. Don’t use red chili if the children are sensitive to the spice. You Will Need: 16 chicken drumsticks Red […]

Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Brussel Sprouts and Shallots

Cooking for Families My favorite way to prepare vegetables is by roasting them. Roasting nutritious sweet potatoes and Brussel sprouts together makes a beautiful side dish. Chop the sweet potato into similar sizes will help them cook evenly. Line a baking sheet with foil to make an easy clean up. You Will Need: 1 pound […]

Greek Chicken Sish Kebab

Cooking for Families This is a delicious change from boring grilled chicken. The chicken is full of flavor and tender. This is an excellent main dish when served with pita bread, a garlicky tzatziki, and a Greek salad with olives and feta cheese. Lamb can be substituted for the chicken and add any vegetables your […]

Lemon Pound Cake

Cooking for Families I love lemon desserts and will try any lemon recipe at least once. This is a good no-fuss recipe, perfect for making ahead for parties or any occasion. This lemon pound cake I found on the foodnetwork is so delicious I will be making it over and over again. You Will Need: […]

Banana Pancakes

Cooking for Kids Fluffy on the inside, crispy on the outside and delicately flavored with bananas, these are phenomenal banana pancakes. My Mom Boss found this great recipe in The Kid’s Cookbook: A Great Book for Kids Who Love to Cook! by Abigail Johnson Dodge. If you have extra ripe bananas laying around be seen […]

Baked Easter Ham

Cooking for Families A baked ham is one of the easiest things to prepare for Easter or any holiday celebration. Half a ham can easily feed a dozen people. I baked an un-sliced, bone-in, half ham, from the shank end. The butt end often has more meat, but because of the shape of the bone […]

Sweet Potato Fries

Cooking for Kids Not all French fries are bad. Sweet potatoes are highly nutritious. Baking the potatoes to make these French fries instead of frying them keeps them healthier as well. They are delicious and super easy to make. The kids will love them and ask for them often. You Will Need: 3 medium sweet […]

Rainbow Cookies

Cooking for Families Rainbow cookies are a common Jewish deli dessert, as they are pareve. As Jewish refugees from Eastern Europe settled in New York at the turn of the 20th century, they often settled in areas that also had an Italian population. They make an impressive dessert for any holiday or celebration. Here’s how […]