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A Giant Hero Sandwich for Dad

Celebrate Father's Day with a giant sandwich for those giant heroes in your life. Suzanne shares an Italian sandwich recipe her family uses to show dad how much he's appreciated. It's made with homemade bread, a special cheese spread, pickled onions, and dad's favorite meats.

With Father’s Day quickly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about how we can honor the heroes in our lives. Why not make him something he would really love to eat? This year, use your own super powers to make an awesome hero sandwich for dad."

Peaches and Cream Stuffed French Toast

This French toast recipe is special inside and out. It's stuffed with a smooth mixture of fresh peaches and cream cheese and topped with a buttery crunch crumble. Suzanne shares her recipe and offers the perfect tip for individual portions and simple clean-up.

Anything that contains butter, cream cheese, and fruit is always a favorite at our house. Using these ingredients, I started making stuffed French toast that quickly became a Sunday tradition at our house."

Patriotic Potato Salad

Summer is the season of backyard barbecues, family gatherings, and picnics. In this recipe, Suzanne Clark puts a colorful spin on this go-to classic.

In my new version of potato salad, I replaced the mayo with delicious Challenge Cream Cheese which gives it an amazing creamy texture and far more flavor. Fresh dill and lemon lend a fresh summery essence. And the bacon… well I don’t think I need to explain that ingredient! I’ve selected a mix of red, white and “blue” baby potatoes to add a patriotic and festive touch."

Less Salt Does Not Mean Less Flavor

Food blogger Suzanne shares a lower salt recipe from her family's growing book of favorite recipes.

As an avid home cook, I often rely on salt to boost and accentuate the flavors in my food. However, I’ve come to realize as I’ve gotten older that more and more people have to restrict sodium from their diet. "

Apple Roses with Vanilla Caramel Cream Sauce

Mother's Day is on Sunday, and that's a fantastic reason to try making something special for the moms in your life. Food blogger and award-winning cook Suzanne Clark has brought another fresh idea to the table, and we think you'll love it.

Skip buying store bought flowers for Mother’s Day! Create something impressive she will remember forever. Make a big bouquet of these beautiful Apple Roses with Vanilla Caramel Cream."

3 Dessert Ideas with Mexican Buñuelos

Buñuelos are an annually anticipated Mexican Christmas classic, but you don’t have to wait for the holidays to enjoy them. We make them throughout the year and have come up with three of our favorite ways to eat them up.

How to Host a Tea Party

Celebrate a shower or springtime get-together with a charming afternoon tea. There are three traditional types of afternoon tea: cream tea, light tea, and full tea. Here is what is included with each type of tea spread.

Movie Time Popcorn and Pretzel Chicken Tenders

Today's recipe comes to us from Suzanne and her daughter. It's a creative spin on a popular kid's food, and we think your children will love it.

This featured recipe was inspired by watching our favorite movies! We love to invite friends and family over for movies and fun food. We decided to take our “movie time popcorn and pretzels” and use that as a coating on our chicken tenderloins.