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Best recipes from the Feast community cookbook for your home kitchen.

  • Christy Denbrock
    Published about 13 hours ago
    Summer Sweet Tea

    Summer Sweet Tea

    Summer brings fun! It brings freedom, vacation, good food, and HEAT! I live in the south and the summers here are HOT! I'm talking humid heat for all of July and August. Even though I live in the south now I grew up in the north where sweet tea is not a common beverage. When you do not grow up drinking Sweet (Iced) Tea it sometimes takes a bit to adjust your taste buds to enjoy it ...... that was always the case with me. I would drink it because it is at every cookout you go to in the south but was never a fan of it......Until I stared making it myself. And it is the best sweet tea ever! Even better then Mcdonalds....... Yep, southerners know what I am talking about. When you are from the south and you travel to a different part of the country the tea is not the same. The only saving grace you have when you get that craving is going to McDonald's. So for those of you who are having a craving or have recently moved away, I have a recipe for you that will make all of your sweet tea dreams come true.
  • FindingYourFlowers
    Published 2 days ago
    Some of my best summer recipes!

    Some of my best summer recipes!

    Now I have a few go to summer recipes that are sure to please any crowd! My carnitas, Caribbean jerk seasoned pork sliders with a citrus slaw, and a mixed fruit salad.
  • Ellen S
    Published 3 days ago
    Baking Millionaire’s Shortbread

    Baking Millionaire’s Shortbread

    Working at the restaurant, I was brainstorming ideas for new cookies to add to our petit fours plate. We offered a complimentary cookie platter at the end of the meal as a “thank you” to our guests to round out their luxurious, Italian dining experience.
  • Rachel
    Published 4 days ago
    The best cheat cookies

    The best cheat cookies

    I found these tasty cookies and I soon fell In love with them. There the most tastiest cookies I've ever tried before and I'm biscuit mad. I come across them while being very hungry for dominos cookies. I really fancied some and there was none around. It really did drive me crazy. I am glad I was able to make cookies in the comfort of my own home. It is a great feeling to know that you have been able to cook such an amazing recipe for you or your family.
  • Rhianon Condello
    Published 5 days ago
    Buttery Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars

    Buttery Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars

    If this is your first visit to my recipes, welcome! If you are a returner, thank you!
  • Elaine Gallagher
    Published 5 days ago
    Fish Dinners in a Snap

    Fish Dinners in a Snap

    I was raised eating and loving all kinds of fish dinners. We usually ate fish or pizza on a Friday during Lent. This tradition was carried on when going out to eat as well. You always wanted to try some foods you don‘t usually make at home. And, of course, we have the 7 fishes on Christmas Eve. I hope to simplify some of these recipes for you so you can whip up a fish healthy dinner whenever you want.
  • Treathyl Fox (aka cmoneyspinner)
    Published 6 days ago
    Peas or Beans and Rice is a Comfort Food Many Equate With Heritage and Home

    Peas or Beans and Rice is a Comfort Food Many Equate With Heritage and Home

    I'm American, of Bahamian descent, and my family loved Bahamian style pigeon peas and rice. There is a variation of this rice dish practically all over the Caribbean. That's why I emphasized the “Bahamian style”. My father was a Bahamian. My mom was American, but she learned how to cook this dish for him and I grew up eating it at least 2-3 days during the week, and for sure it was served as a part of our large Sunday dinners. Other than a bay leaf I can't recall all of the herbs and spices she used in her recipe. Honestly, I don't think she ever made it the same way twice. When I grew up and got married, my late husband who was also from the Bahamas showed me all kinds of ways to vary the recipe. He did not like to use a bay leaf and preferred dried thyme leaves. In addition, he loved sampling all kinds of peas-n-rice or beans-n-rice recipes. The pigeon peas and rice dish is just one of them and I learned how to cook all of the recipes.
  • Ellen S
    Published 7 days ago
    ULTIMATE FUDGE BROWNIES

    ULTIMATE FUDGE BROWNIES

    When I say that this is the only brownie recipe you’ll ever need for the rest of your life, I’m really not kidding. So decadent and custard-like, I’m not even entirely sure I understand the physics behind how the near-liquid fudge suspends its shape as you lift a gooey square to your awaiting lips. Still don’t believe me? I dare you to bake them just once and not fall head-over-heels in love.
  • Agnes Laurens
    Published 8 days ago
    What To Cook For Dinner In The Summer for Your Guests

    What To Cook For Dinner In The Summer for Your Guests

    Take your favorite wine, grab some toast with brie or anything else you love to eat, and sit down in your favorite spot on the couch, or anywhere else in your reading room. Make yourself cozy to read those recipes I will give you.
  • Pamela k Conoly
    Published 10 days ago
    My Amazing Covid Meatballs

    My Amazing Covid Meatballs

    Don't be alarmed! Covid is NOT one of the ingredients. But, with everything that's going on it seems to be harder to get certain staples we used to think of as in abundance or taken for granted like, flour, sugar, salt and even ground black pepper being as scarce as toilet paper, hand soap and hand sanitizer.
  • Reese Marie
    Published 10 days ago
    The Best Ever Taco Dip

    The Best Ever Taco Dip

    Taco dip makes the shortlist of my favorite snacks. It's so satisfying to scoop up with a tortilla chip, and, it's basically a full meal in itself. You've got protein, vegetables, and dairy all in one dip. We love that!
  • Patricia Pixie
    Published 10 days ago
    Mushroom Frittata

    Mushroom Frittata

    Many Ways to Have Breakfast