I make this soup all the time. It has all of my husband’s favorite things in it and, as an added extra bonus, it is not very “fishy” tasting.
This is a quicker method to cook a turkey. It is also great with chicken. You get all the benefits of roasting a stuffed bird, but without the hassle of having to stuff… Continue reading
This meal takes about 30 minutes to put together, so is great for a quick weeknight meal.
This is a very simple, old-fashioned recipe that I remember eating as a child. I didn’t eat much as a child, but I did like this. I don’t think anyone even told me… Continue reading
About This Recipe For this recipe you will need a skillet and a casserole. If you have an oven-safe skillet with deep sides, even better. Most skillets are only safe to 350 degree… Continue reading
This is a Thursday entry from Cooking Light’s Sunday Strategist. So far I have actually lost ten pounds. I know. I don’t believe it either. Hopefully it had nothing to do with being… Continue reading
This sounds like a complicated recipe, but it’s just a simple, yet flavorful way to prepare roasted cauliflower. From Organic Gardening.
I like to have a frittata for breakfast, which is always brunch for me since I work evenings, so morning don’t often happen for me. A frittata is also suitable for dinner. Just… Continue reading
Rigatoni is a big, fat, hollow pasta a bit larger than ziti. If you prefer, you could use ziti, penne, bow-ties, or whatever. The mushrooms in this sauce give the dish a hearty,… Continue reading