So you have a new electric pressure cooker (or Instant Pot)? And it’s still sitting in the box? Or you’ve only tried 1 meal so far? You’re not alone. But I want to help you get it out of the box and try new meals. Because, oh my word…this little appliance is such a sanity saver.
Archives for June 2017
With the 4th of July just around the corner, I’ve got a brand new recipe for you that would be the perfect addition to your holiday barbecue! Coleslaw is obviously a staple this time of year, but how about switching it up with a Green Apple Cucumber version instead of typical cabbage?
I don’t know about you, but I don’t actually like to clean that much. On the other hand, I do like to live in a relatively clean house for the benefits it provides. Here’s what I’ve come up with for a simple daily cleaning routine broken down into the two main rooms you’ve got to keep on top of for cleaning.
I’m so excited to be offering you an AWESOME giveaway today. Kamikoto knives are designed for chefs and serious home cooks, and I used one when chopping up a large eggplant for my new Cheesy Eggplant Bake recipe (which I am also sharing below).
This Green Goddess Chicken Salad recipe is from my new cookbook, Kitchen Matters, and is a delicious, more nutritious twist on a classic chicken salad. I start with poached chicken, which is super easy to make and a very healthful way to cook chicken.
My family is a huge fan of scones, and these Raspberry Almond Scones below (flavored with almond extract) are no exception! If pancakes and waffles are your go-to weekend breakfast treats, then I’d suggest switching things up with this recipe instead.
With summer upon us, I’m guessing you may have a road trip or two in your future. We’ve got a few travel plans on the agenda ourselves, and there’s one thing we often seem to be faced with when out of town – buffets.
Fun announcements from my trip to New York City, where I cooked my recipe for Taco Stuffed Peppers live on the Food Network. Click on a link to see the video!
Fermented foods are all the rage these days. Kombucha, sauerkraut, kimchi, and kefir are just a few of the popular ones. But what is kefir (pronounced “keh-FEER”)? Invented as a way to preserve fresh milk, the outcome is sort of a cross between yogurt and milk and, in all honesty, we had not tried it yet ourselves up until now.
Like mac n’ cheese? Then you’ll love this cauliflower gratin packed with veggies instead of noodles. My 10 year-old was surprised it was even cauliflower!
I’m a big fan of Thai food and all the flavorful sauces, but I often forget how easy it is to make at home. So I am excited to share the outcome of this Easy Thai Chicken and Rice recipe with you!