Slow-Cooked Hoisin Pork Shoulder

Slow-Cooked Hoisin Pork Shoulder

Fork tender, juicy slow-cooked pork with perfectly balanced sweet and savory flavor. We usually think of slow-cooking in the winter, but it is a great way to beat the heat in the summer too!… Keep Reading »

Mexican-Style Roast Chicken

Mexican-Style Roast Chicken

Roast chicken is not only the ultimate comfort food in my book, it’s also a one pan meal (gotta love that) when you throw potatoes and vegetables in to roast along side of the chicken. This version kicks the classic recipe up a notch in… Keep Reading »

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How To Shock

Check out the cooking term series – it’s all about empowering the novice cook.  Shocking a vegetable stops the cooking process to retain texture, color, and nutrients

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How To Blanch

Check out the cooking term series – it’s all about empowering the novice cook. This is how you blanch a vegetable to retain texture, color, and nutrients

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How To Deglaze

My new cooking term series is all about empowering the novice cook. To build a more intense flavor learn how to deglaze.

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Spaghetti with Broccoli

Spaghetti with Broccoli

The juxtaposed textures of the al dente spaghetti and the crisp-tender broccoli are surprising, yet pleasing. As is the slight saltiness of the pasta with the hint of sweetness from the broccoli. Then add fruity olive oil, fragrant garlic, and a hint of heat topped… Keep Reading »

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Halibut Piccata

You’ll enjoy recipes like this delicious Halibut Piccata that’s sophisticated enough to serve at a dinner party, yet pleasing to younger palates – making it a great family dinner entree as well.

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How To Sauté

My new cooking term series is all about empowering the novice cook. Take charge for your kitchen and learn how to dredge.

 
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How To Dredge

My new cooking term series is all about empowering the novice cook. Take charge for your kitchen and learn how to dredge.

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Chive Green Beans and New Potatoes

Chive Green Beans & New Potatoes

How to make Chive Green Beans & New Potatoes…. Keep Reading »

Brown Sugar Glazed Salmon

Brown Sugar Glazed Salmon

These simple yet delicious ingredients hold up so well and enhance the flavor of the salmon. Elegant enough for a dinner party, but easy enough for weeknight dining…. Keep Reading »

Cauliflower and Chickpea Stew

Cauliflower & Chickpea Stew

This hearty vegetarian stew is robust enough to satisfy any omnivore, or a as an additional quick and easy dish to throw together when some of your guests are vegetarian. You can keep it really healthy by leaving out the cream (and still have great… Keep Reading »

Apricot-Almond Couscous

Apricot-Almond Couscous

Sweet and savory, soft and crunchy, this Moroccan side dish has it all going on, making every taste bud pop with every bite. If you are on a gluten-free diet, the ingredients work equally well with quinoa. Just add chickpeas to round it out into… Keep Reading »