If you love seafood, this saffron seafood chowder is sure to delight with it’s complex flavors and short cooking time. Be sure to serve it with crusty bread to soak up all the yummy broth.
How To Make Homemade Broth
Don’t throw away those rotisserie chicken or steak bones! All you need is a good pot and a little time to have a rich, flavorful homemade broth.
Rich and Delicious Beef Stew Recipe
This beef stew recipe is easy, rich and delicious, and great for those chilly fall and winter days. We’re just moving into fall here in Michigan, so it is the perfect time for soups and stews, which are some of my favorite meals. There’s nothing better on a cool fall […]
Crispy Pan-Fried Pork Chops
Using Panko crumbs is the secret to crispy, crunchy pan-fried pork chops!
Not So “Dirty” Dirty Rice
Dirty Rice is a traditional Creole dish, which gets its “dirty” color from diced chicken livers. Don’t like chicken livers? Then this “un”dirty rice recipe is for you!
Wanna Make Some Chili?
This is an easy and delicious crock pot chili recipe that is bursting with flavor!
Oops. I Forgot To Peel It.
This easy apple pie is yummy in your tummy….if toothsome.
Succotash is an easy and simple side dish for a busy weeknight. In this succotash recipe, replace lima beans (yuk!) with edamame for a buttery, delicious taste.
Cheesy Chicken and Bacon Alfredo Casserole
A cheesy chicken and pasta alfredo casserole.
Loaded Hassleback Potatoes
These Loaded Hassleback Potatoes are topped with bacon, cheese, sour cream and butter. In other words, all the yummy things!
Ginger Chicken Marinade
This Asian-inspired ginger chicken marinade is quick, easy, and delicious. Best of all, you only need to marinade the meat for 30 minutes!
Easy Beef Stroganoff
Beef stroganoff is a classic family recipe with a delicious mushroom sauce served over egg noodles.
Easy Kale & Quinoa Tabbouleh
A delicious spin on traditional tabbouleh with fresh vegetables, kale and quinoa. It’s fresh and delicious!
I Love Tomato Season
How To Stew Tomatoes. A brief guide on how to stew tomatoes and freeze them.
My First Rack Of Lamb
I can count the number of times I’ve eaten lamb on one hand. Teeny, tiny lamb chops, grilled, on two occasions. Ground lamb in something or other I can’t remember at a restaurant, and cubed lamb in our favorite Turkish Stew, though I usually use beef. That’s it. Why? Because […]