When you want something healthy with tons of flavor for dinner but don’t have time to fuss, this nutritious paleo and gluten free meal comes together in a flash. The secret? An hour before you’re ready to cook, marinate the chicken breasts.
These savory turkey wings with their wonderfully crispy skin and tender juicy meat are destined to be a new favorite dinner choice. The homemade cranberry sauce takes them to a whole new level of amazing flavor.
It’s casserole time! And today I’m serving it up Tex-Mex style! This healthy Tex-Mex chicken and rice casserole is a fun and tasty meal for any day of the week. I’m seasoning the rice with an array of spices (basil, chili powder, cumin, and black pepper) before tossing it with chicken, colorful bell peppers, and tomatoes in a casserole dish.
If you’ve been looking for ways to add fish to your diet, this wild cod piccata can’t be beat. When you want something healthy and tasty for dinner but are tired after a long day (you know those days! 😉 ), this nutritious meal comes together in just fifteen minutes and is packed with flavor.
Ever have one of those insanely busy days when you know you’re just not going to have enough time to prepare dinner?That’s what happened to me the other day. I had a lot of errands to run in the afternoon, and then Nicole and I planned to workout at 4:00. I’ve been doing resistance training after learning about the many benefits; however, the last thing I wanted to do after lifting weights was cook dinner.
Ever have one of those days when you start craving a food that is traditionally made with wheat? The one solution? Make it gluten free! And, hey, it might actually end up even more tasty once you’re done. That’s what happened when I made these chicken pot pies this weekend.
Who else loves indulging in a hearty stew during the wintertime? Beef Provencal is the classic French stew for those days when you’re craving a warm and satisfying dish: tender braised beef and succulent root vegetables in a rich wine sauce.
This flat iron steak is the juiciest tenderest steak ever! This method is also excellent for a strip steak, rib-eye, or flank steak. You know those crazy days when you need to get dinner on the table quick, and you’d really rather have reservations booked at the fancy steakhouse? Why not turn your own kitchen into a steakhouse?…
It’s the first Monday of 2016, and the temperature is dipping here in New York! If your new year has gotten off to a chilly start too, you’re going to love today’s recipe. A delicious bowl of steaming hot homemade roast lamb soup is the perfect way to warm up and boost your health during the…
Friends, I hope you all have been enjoying the holidays, and that they have been filled with fun times and lots of tasty food!
I can’t believe 2016 is almost here, and I’m planning posts for January. This year has gone by so fast. It’s been wonderful being able to cook up good food and share it with all of you.
Mushroom risotto in chicken and white wine broth is a delicious creamy Italian rice that turns ordinary mushrooms into a yummy dish. Looking to enjoy a warm and satisfying dish for dinner tonight? Creamy risotto in a white wine and chicken broth is sautéed with garlic and onions, tossed with cremini mushrooms, and topped with…
Have you ever tried a new food and fallen absolutely in love with it? Then wondered how on earth you had gone all your life without ever tasting it before? That’s what happened to me when I made pork osso buco for the first time.
The days are growing colder here in the Northeast, and winter is nearly upon us. That means it’s also nearly cold and flu season. Drinking a steaming mug of beef bone broth is a wonderful way to strengthen your immune system during these months. In fact, bone broth is such a wonderful health-boosting food that my family and I love drinking it year round.
Thanksgiving wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without the turkey…or the leftovers! Really, no matter how many family members and friends crowd around the table or how much we eat, I’ve never been to a Thanksgiving feast where there weren’t lots of leftovers for the next day (or even the whole week!). But you can only eat so many turkey sandwiches….
If you were to take a poll in our house of who would like to have liver tonight for dinner, the responses would always be three in favor, two against, and one a nonchalant OK. The two negatives always add a strong “yuck” when the word liver is mentioned. These are typical reactions to a proposed liver dinner. Most people either love it or hate it. Personally, I love it, especially when it’s smothered in bacon and onions.