Light, crispy and multiple topping options
Turn your kitchen in to an artesian pizza shop, just for a few minutes.
The pizza varieties shown in this class is just the starting point for you. You will learn how to create your own thin, crispy crust pizzas from here on out. NO dough mixing required. As usual, we have designed this to be an easy appetizer that you and your guests will enjoy.
Start with white mushroom caps, then add a blend of cooked Italian sausage, cream cheese and Italian herbs.
There’s even some white wine in this recipe, but you’ll have to join in to find out where. These light, creamy bites have been a family favorite for years and continues to be one of my most-requested recipes.
This is a great starter that will get people talking.
They are light, crunchy and the flavors will remind you of a classic crab rangoon.
It should, because the ingredients are very similar.
The advantage of this recipe is that there is no wonton folding or deep frying (and the inherent mess) involved. They are oven baked.
This appetizer works well if you are having a cocktail party or just having friends over to watch football.
We’ll show you how to make Chinese mustard (you know, that stuff that makes your eyes water and clears your sinuses.)
You won’t believe how easy THAT is.
There are few things more impressive or appetite stimulating at a party than a platter or colorful bruschetta. This recipe uses grilled, marinated pork tenderloin and herbed cream cheese. After that, you can explore different final toppings like roasted red peppers, chive sprigs, or even orange marmalade.
The real beauty of this recipe is that all the components can be cooked and prepared ahead of time, bruschetta will hold at room temperature for a surprising amount of time. But when your guests try them, they won’t be on the table very long.