It’s meal review kit time again! I saw this Tyson Tastemakers: Chicken Arrabbiata kit at the grocery store and it sounded incredible so I knew I had to give it a try. This one may be my favorite yet! [Read more…]
Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day and I spent my week enjoying all the yummy food. I made my yearly Grilled Corned Beef Reubens and I was seriously considering throwing together some Irish Nachos, but I decided to go with a little more classic and make some Irish Colcannon Potatoes. This recipe originates in Ireland and is considered a traditional dish for Halloween. But since I’m not in the motherland, let’s enjoy it on St. Paddy’s instead! I kept the skin on the potatoes to give the dish more texture. This is a hearty dish that’s the the cabbage and will fill you up even if you don’t partake in any corned beef. [Read more…]
Who doesn’t love a good cookbook? I have grown quite a collection of cookbooks over the years and the information in Kindness and Salt is something I wish came out years ago. The book is written by the owners of two of Brooklyn’s favorite restaurants, Buttermilk Channel and French Louie, and it breaks down recipes in a way that makes sense that even the most beginner chef could use. [Read more…]
Who doesn’t love a relaxing Sunday? You hang out at home, catch up on some housework, no activities to run around to. It’s also a great day to try some slow cooked recipes. These Braised Short Ribs take some time to cook but come out so tender and delicious. You will love how easy these are.
Now I know that February isn’t really the time to be discussing Thanksgiving but…..homemade stuffing is pretty awesome and if you are somebody who likes planning ahead, then this recipe for Apple Stuffing with Bacon and Caramelized Onions is perfect to try now and have picture perfect ready by November! This dish is the perfect mix of sweet and savory.
I have recently started loving making orzo. It reminds me of rice but it’s heartier and it holds sauces better. This Garlic Parmesan Orzo came out perfectly and was a perfect addition to dinner. It’s also great that this is pretty filling on it’s own so you can make this alone and have a lovely meal.
I love this recipe for Chili Lime Pepper Chicken! It’s incredibly easy to put together so you can let it marinade all day and have it on the table in less than an hour. It’s also low on fat and carbs so it’s a great option for meal prepping because you can make a lot at one time and they reheat very well![Read more…]
Who doesn’t love breakfast? It’s considered the most important meal of the day but, thanks to the editors at Extra Crispy, it’s now considered the best with their new book: Breakfast: The Most Important Book About the Best Meal of the Day.[Read more…]
If you are looking for a recipe for your chicken breast that will make everyone happy, you will love this Spinach Stuffed Chicken. It’s stuffed with ricotta and topped with sauce and cheese. It’s like a chicken lasagna on your plate![Read more…]