One-pot meals have been life savers and my go-to meals lately. They are easy, tasty, relatively quick, and require less dishwashing like my favorite lamb and millet pilaf. Who wouldn’t want that? I actually believe that one-pot dishes were invented for busy moms. If your life is a bit hectic right now, you should give this one-pot chicken with peas and quinoa a try. […]
A quick and flavorful carrot and sweet potato stew that’s using leftover chicken meat. It’s thick and creamy without the use of cream or flour. It’s thickened by using an immersion blender to purée the vegetables but I’ve successfully used a potato masher in the past, too. What To Do With Leftover Chicken Meat? My […]
Rich and creamy scrambled eggs for a crowd are completed with prosciutto and crumbly fresh goat cheese. They are easy enough for a busy morning and yet special enough for a family gathering or holiday morning. What to serve for breakfast on a holiday morning? With the holidays fast approaching, I am thinking more of […]
What’s Italian fast food? Definitely piadina, a rustic Italian flatbread. It is a true street food, cooked to order in small sidewalk booths and filled with cheeses, grilled vegetables, greens, prosciutto or ham, even jams. It’s like an Italian version of soft tacos. You could fill it with anything really. I like pairing it with warm salads such […]
Chocolate pear mummies deliver just the right amount of sweet and crunch for a Halloween treat that’s on the healthy side. All you need is a few beautiful pears, some melted white chocolate and enough mini chocolate chips to give your mummies a set of eyes. And if a healthy Halloween is your goal, check […]
Garlicky bean and sage dip has a pleasant whipped texture and mild earthy flavors that pair well with chips or bread. Make it in ten minutes and use it as a dip or as a spread on your favorite bread.