The inauguration of the president of the United States is a ceremony to mark the commencement of a new four-year term of the president of the United States. The inauguration takes place for each new presidential term.
Unlike the previous inaugurations, this year will be quite different. Despite of the still on-going pandemic, there is still room for that wonderful and delicious easy-to-do recipes to make Inauguration Day with a diverse twist because food around the world can be really good.
Feed the family this comforting, budget-friendly sausage ragu with pasta. You can freeze the leftovers for another time and it tastes just as good.
Thai Spring Rolls made with ground pork, matchstick cut carrots, sliced cabbage and thinly sliced onion all wrapped up and fried until golden, are so good and actually fun to make!
With luscious layers of cream, sponge and fresh berries, this make-ahead trifle dessert is truly tempting.
Healthy White Chicken Chili is a 30 minute meal with chicken breast, white beans, corn, cumin and yogurt. This healthy comfort food is easy to make on the stove, crockpot or Instant Pot.
This delicious treat is quick and easy to cook so prepare all the ingredients before you begin! For a kid-friendly option leave out the chilli to reduce the heat.
Adobo in the Philippines has its origins in the Malay practice of preserving meat in vinegar and/or salt and differs from the Mexican sauce or Caribbean seasoning known by the same name. The soy sauce in Filipino adobo reflects Chinese influences and largely replaces salt in the dish. Mixed with vinegar and aromatics, it makes a deliciously savory base for the dish and an excellent sauce for the rice that accompanies it.
If your idea of chicken for dinner is limited to boneless breast meat, then this is the recipe to show you just how juicy and delicious—and easy to cook—bone-in thighs can be.
Slow Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala is a delicious, healthy way to enjoy Indian cuisine, and it cooks all day on low so you can enjoy a tasty curry after a long day without all the legwork!
You won’t believe how easy it is to get the perfect balance of flavors for this shrimp. Mix Chinese plum sauce, ketchup and rice wine vinegar to get the perfect balance of flavors for this shrimp.