Roast. Salt. Onion. Aaand a few other things. But yeah, that’s pretty much it.Did I mention that active prep time is only 10 minutes?
There IS a way to get your family to eat liver and like it! Just last night I whipped up a batch to photograph for today’s post and – even though he knows there ALWAYS is – Daddypotamus asked if there was liver in the chili. Yep, really.
If you’ve never savoured the deep, buttery base of a creole as it gives way to a bold, zesty tomato kick now is the time. Ready, set, geaux!
A simple dish with just the right amount of heat and tanginess!
These chicken fried steaks are like a great big ole southern hug with country-style gravy on top.
Every time Daniel and I go to Whole Foods we immediately check for samples of their delicious smoked salmon spread. This is our homemade knockoff using wild Alaskan salmon, fresh dill, homemade mayo, cracked pepper and lemon juice. Yum!
Succulent, flakey fillets of blackened salmon topped with zesty pineapple salsa.
If you’re trying to find a way to get more veggies into your kids tummy give this a try. It’s actually healthier and less work than the homemade pizzas I used to make! Win win!
This recipe was created when my pregnancy cravings were on a bold and zesty kick. Basil, sundried tomatoes, capers and aged parmesan tossed in olive oil over rice pasta. Yes, please!
Rich, flavorful black beans and grass-fed beef are the mainstays of this frugal meal, but the magic is in the other six layers. Buen provecho!
Grouper is rich in selenium and oh-so-delicious when rolled in a crispy pecan crust.
I’m not sure how I managed to grow up in the South without discovering chicken salad. Now it’s one of our favorite spring/summer meals.
This simple southern dish is loaded with high quality protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Serve as a sandwich or over a bed of greens for a quick, nutrient dense meal!
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, this recipe is sure to put some sizzle back into your menu rotation.
Citrus, garlic and paprika combine for a savory, authentic Peruvian meal.
A unique twist on a family favorite!
A delicacy that even my 20 month old appreciates, so don’t think it is too hoity-toity for the dinner table!
You may want to consider preparing your turkey in a brine like most chefs. Here is a basic recipe to get you started.