The following recipe is a tangy tasty salad dressing but could also be great as a marinade for chicken or fish. Also you will find another meatball recipe. This one is so quick and easy and I even made a fast sauce that the kids really liked over their meatballs.
This is a recipe for a whole roast chicken that I found on Epicurious that I revised to make even easier. It seems too easy to even be good but this was sincerely the best roast chicken I have ever had. Roast Chicken 1 free range/farm raised 4-5 lb chicken Sea salt Preheat oven to 450. Wash chicken and thoroughly dry the chicken inside the cavity
Sick of scrambled eggs – try poached! I always assumed that poached eggs were for folks who had more culinary expertise and patience then little ol’ me. Although I love to cook – I find more frustration then satisfaction when trying to make ANYTHING that is as lovely and delicate as a poached egg. BUT – thanks to my dear friend Laura H., my mind has been forever changed
It’s been raining like crazy and cold here in Chico, so what’s better to warm up the body and soul than some stew. This recipe is almost too easy – total comfort food AND it’s super diverse. Here is the basic recipe but I say add whatever you want and I bet it will be even better! Oh, and I’m mildly obsessed with mashed cauliflower and experimenting with different ways to
There are so MANY wonderful reasons to eat your greens (kale, chard, collard greens, etc….) Eating greens provide the body with vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, magnesium, manganese, potassium, iron, vitamin E, dietary fiber, copper, calcium, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, phosphorus, vitamin B1, zinc, folate, biotin, niacin and pantothenic acid. Need I say more?? YES, I should say more. Eating greens has also been associated with cancer prevention,