His words were, “This is THE Best Chicken Francese with Artichoke Hearts I’ve ever had!!”
That was good enough for me…
…so I made it for him again the next night.Continue reading »
For recipe inspiration, we took a quick poll of family, friends and neighbors and landed on General Tso’s Chicken Wings.
They’re sweet & spicy, saucy & sticky and taste just like the popular Chinese take-out dish!Continue reading »
When you have family from New Orleans come into town during Crawfish season, it can only mean one thing!
We’re having a Crawfish Boil!!
And what a glorious boil we had.
But in the end, that 40 pound sack of crawfish was more than we could eat in one sitting and that’s how Crawfish Étouffée came to be.Continue reading »
Italian Wedding Soup is one dish I could not give up.
It has to be the flavor packed tiny meatballs.
No…no, actually it’s the fresh spinach leaves and miniature pasta all bathing in wonderful homemade chicken broth. Oh wait, I’m certain it’s the final swirl of egg and salty Parmesan cheese that makes this soup near the top of my comfort food list.Continue reading »
We shall make Chicken Marsala Meatballs. Because TODAY is National Meatball Day!
With the way I love meatballs, this food holiday is deserving of a celebration.
A Meatball Palooza if you will.
I have so many meatball recipes to share (and several I’ve yet to create) that we’ll need days to properly honor those perfectly packaged bundles of love.
I shall call this celebration March Meatball Madness and share a meatball recipe every day for the remainder of the month.Continue reading »
I’m not sure whether to categorize Herby Polenta as a side dish or a main dish.
I would be entirely happy and comfortable with that big bowl and a spoon.
The fresh herb flavors popping through with hints of smoked gouda in every creamy extremely satisfying bite!Continue reading »
I’m a bit smitten with everything about this soup. From the glorious broth, to the tender chicken, right through the lovely aromatics, Thai Coconut Chicken Soup is perfectly balanced.Continue reading »
We have a wonderful Used Book Store in town. It’s in an old home, so imagine each section in it’s own little room, most complete with quiet reading areas. On the day I discovered this Roasted Garlic Bread Soup recipe, Shelby and I went in opposite directions. If I recall she was looking for books on the Dalai Lama and I was in cookbook heaven.Continue reading »