White plate holding one Butterscotch Pudding Filled Peach

Butterscotch Pudding Filled Peaches

Rich in flavor and fresh tasting, Butterscotch Pudding Filled Peaches are a unique and elegant peach dessert that requires no baking. Butterscotch pudding is prepared on the stove top, spooned into sweet, ripe peach halves and then refrigerated until set. Whipped cream and crushed gingersnap cookies top it all off. How easy is that? I… Read more »

white platter filled with slices of Asian Pork Tenderloin. Bowl if rice and candles in the background

Asian Pork Tenderloin

Easy to prepare, Asian Pork Tenderloin is a favorite among my friends and family. The Asian-inspired marinade (which does double duty as a serving sauce) is full of bold, well balanced flavors – honey, lime, soy, garlic and ginger. Plus, there’s a unique ingredient that adds an extra kick – curry powder! Whether grilled, roasted… Read more »

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Best Broccoli Salad Recipe

I have to say, this Broccoli Salad Recipe is the best I’ve ever made. An updated twist on a traditional recipe, it’s creamy, light and refreshing. No mayonnaise, bacon or Cheddar cheese here! My version features a tangy, lemon-y Caesar Dressing that complements the broccoli flavors perfectly. Surprise and delight your friends and family at… Read more »

blue plate showing Shrimp Salad with Lime Herb Dressing; a serving spoon on the side

Best Shrimp Salad Recipe

Easy to prepare, this scrumptious make ahead Shrimp Salad with Lime-Herb Dressing is fresh, flavorful – and a bit spicy, too. Tender shrimp, spicy jalapeño, sweet red bell pepper and crisp shallots are tossed in a creamy fresh herb-lime dressing. It’s topped off with a surprise garnish of toasted panko breadcrumbs, paprika and fresh thyme…. Read more »

white plate filled with a slice of Berry Cobbler, with a side of ice cream

Recipe for Berry Cobbler

This warm and delicious recipe for Berry Cobbler has been a favorite of mine for over 40 years – yes, it’s that good! Plus, its quick and easy to prepare (only 5 minutes) with 5 pantry ingredients, making it perfect for busy day dinner. No need to mix up batter for the topping, either. Plus,… Read more »

Olive Cheese Balls

Olive Cheese Balls are a delicious, impressive and crowd-pleasing appetizer. Tangy pimiento-stuffed green olives are baked in a cheesy, flaky crust and served hot. The best part? These little bites of heaven can be prepared up to 1 month ahead, frozen and then heated just before serving. Detailed instructions on how to prepare, freeze, and… Read more »

Baby Spinach Salad with Lemon Dijon Dressing

Looking for a light, easy to prepare starter or side dish salad? Then you’ve come to the right place! This Baby Spinach Salad with Lemon Dijon Dressing is just what you need. Not only is it beautiful on the plate, it’s bright and fresh tasting, too. While many spinach salads call for bacon, this salad… Read more »

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Breakfast Sandwiches with Egg

Breakfast Sandwiches with Egg have been a favorite morning treat in our house for years. Why? Because not only are they delicious, they’re quick and easy to prepare – and can be made ahead and frozen, too. No more skipping breakfast or stopping to pick something up from a drive-thru! And, these homemade breakfast sandwiches… Read more »

whilte plate showing a portion of Tuna and Roasted Red Pepper Pasta Salad

Tuna and Roasted Red Pepper Pasta Salad

This cold Tuna Pasta Salad recipe is both easy to prepare and extremely versatile – you can serve it for brunch, lunch or dinner. It calls for a tasty pesto dressing with no mayo, making it perfect for picnics and potlucks, too! I found this intriguing recipe for Tuna and Roasted Red Pepper Pasta Salad… Read more »

martini glasses filled with Vodka Martini with a Twist

Vodka Martini with a Twist

With my husband Robert’s unique Vodka Martini recipe, you can surprise and wow your friends and family at your next gathering. He’s become known far and wide for his super popular dry martinis, which call for a special ingredient and no vermouth. They are easy to make – and you can even whip up a… Read more »

Lee Clayton Roper

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I’m Lee Clayton Roper, and I’m passionate about making cooking and entertaining easy, elegant and fun. Here you’ll find scrumptious recipes, helpful tips and seasonal menus that will spark inspiration in your kitchen!
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