Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Shannon Deady

Lions’ Plate: Diner-Style French Toast

Here is another recipe brought to you by Trader Joe’s, with a little help by myself. In all seriousness though, my affinity for trying out new Trader Joe’s products may be nearing addictive levels, and when I saw this bread,

Lions’ Plate: Savory Shrimp Poke Bowl

The warm weather has officially kicked in and, because I grew up down the shore, my first thought is always seafood. I love the fresh seafood markets near my hometown in Monmouth County, and one of my absolute favorite treats are poke bowls.

Lions’ Plate: Simple Nut Butter Balls

After last week’s sweet and savory Easter pie, I decided to continue the trend of traditional dessert recipes with an even sweeter treat. These nut butter balls are

Lions’ Plate: Sweet Italian Easter Pie

No family holiday celebration is complete without Pastiera di Riso, or the Easter Pie, as my family likes to call it. Although it is traditionally on our dessert table, my family makes so much of this dish that we even

Lions’ Plate: Savory Eggplant Parm

Eggplant parmesan is one of my favorite dishes, and one of the only traditional Italian recipes I did not get passed down from my family. I created the recipe on my own, working off of my family’s chicken

Lions’ Plate: Peanut Butter Cookies

This easy, sweet peanut butter cookie recipe was a trick my old roommate taught me. I had a hankering for cookies, but I didn’t feel like running to the store or spending a lot on an order from Insomnia Cookies.

Lions’ Plate: Broccoli Mac n’ Cheese

With March Madness in full swing, having a supply of easy, fan-favorite meals and appetizers handy is a must. Since I already shared my buffalo chicken dip recipe during football season, I decided this week’s feature meal would be a homemade mac and cheese.

Lions’ Plate: Homemade Coconut Granola

With midterm season in full swing, it is easy to lose track of your mental and physical well-being, especially when you’re busy studying for exams and writing papers. If I have learned anything throughout my four years of exams

Lions’ Plate: Old Bay French Fries

The first time I ate at Campus Town’s Landmark Americana Tap & Grill, I fell in love with its Old Bay Seasoning french fries and American cheese dipping sauce. I had been making a lot of different variations of homemade french fries for years, but

Lions’ Plate: Simply Sweet Mashed Potatoes

The last week of February calls for a warm meal, and a homemade sweet potato mash is the perfect side for any dish. When garnished with parsley leaves, these mashed potatoes look like they were cooked in a fancy, five-star restaurant.

Lions’ Plate: Special Cinnamon Bedtime Drink

Whenever I had trouble sleeping as a little girl, my mother’s special trick was a glass of warm milk before I went to bed. As I got older and moved off to college, the number of late nights either studying for an exam or hanging out

Lions’ Plate: Valentine’s Day Cream Puffs

The season of love is upon us, and whether or not you have a special someone this Valentine's Day, taking a break from your studies for a sweet treat is a must. I never quite

Lions’ Plate: Italian-Style Chicken Meatballs

As a manager at the Fitness Center, I couldn’t help but notice that attendance at the gym has nearly doubled since the end of last semester. I have no doubt that students

Lions Plate: Pizza Dough Cinnamon Buns

Whether it’s from Trader Joe’s or ingredients found in my kitchen, I always like to have pizza dough in the fridge when making fun dishes for my family

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