Martina McBride’s Pesto Panini recipe from her cookbook Around the Table

While sandwiches are great, warm sandwiches are even better. This Pesto Panini from Martina McBride’s new cookbook, Around the Table, is perfect for any occasion. Martina’s version has all the right fixings; juicy tomatoes, melted cheese, flavorful pesto, and crispy bread. All you need is a panini press and making lunch or dinner for the family … Continue reading

#SeriousSandwich Hall of Fame

Our #SeriousSandwich cookalong is long over, but many of the posts written by the participating bloggers are still relevant, full of cooking tips and just plain interesting. Oh, and their write-ups and photographs of recipes from Emeril’s Kicked-Up Sandwiches will seriously get your appetite going! Here is a curated selection of the best of the … Continue reading

Emeril’s Kicked-Up Sandwiches: Ginger Ice Cream Sandwiches with Ginger Molasses Cookies

I love making ice cream. I think it’s miraculous the way frozen cream can capture such diverse flavors, and then deliver them to my taste buds in such a way that I am transported in a swoon of sweetness and smoothness. The flavors I love the best are the ones that surprise me. Sure, everyone … Continue reading

#SeriousSandwich Cookalong: A Favorite Post & More Blogger Profiles

Many of the #SeriousSandwich cookalong bloggers have told some great stories about Emeril Lagasse over the last two weeks. One of my favorites is today’s post by Lucy (A Cook and Her Books),  in which she shares the highlights of her conversation with Steven Freeman, the photographer who created all the images you’ll find in … Continue reading

#SeriousSandwich Cookalong Bloggers, part 2

Today marks the official start of our Serious Sandwich Cookalong, but these bloggers are all star overachievers. We’ve been chatting daily behind the scenes, and many of them have already begun cooking from Emeril’s Kicked-Up Sandwiches—or at least drooling over it! Introductions to these big-hearted bloggers continues here (other bios were posted last week). CHEF … Continue reading