Guest post: Four reasons celebrating smaller family rituals are every bit as important as celebrating the big ones + quinoa salad recipe.
This Steak Butter recipe is inspired by my first-ever job in the food world. I was 16, full of energy, and soooo excited to be working as a hostess at The Chop House in Knoxville, TN (where I grew up).
This Breadcrumb Roasted Chicken dish is fabulous right out of the oven, but it’s also pretty tasty leftover on salad greens or over pasta with a cream sauce. The topping adds so much good flavor, not to mention it takes all of 30 seconds to mix it together and spread it on top.
Grilling season is here, and I’ve got a super easy side dish idea for you: Grilled Zucchini with Feta and Herbs! The first time I made this, my husband sat down at the table and immediately said, “That looks good!” And trust me, it was good.
Funny enough, egg noodles are what inspired this beef stroganoff recipe today. I have not had a single egg noodle since we cut out processed food almost 6 years ago!
Just in time for the Super Bowl, I’ve got an easy and tasty appetizer recipe for you! This Breaded Shrimp doesn’t have to be for adults only, though. My kids used to always turn their noses up at shrimp until I made this recipe for them.
With a flavorful parsley pesto to top off this Easy Baked Fish, it will keep dinner far from boring or routine. It would be a fast and fabulous dinner any busy night of the week.
I’ve got a new super easy weeknight meal for you. This Roasted Cauliflower Pasta could work as a main dish (if you sometimes like to skip meat like we do) or as a side dish.
If your salads are getting a little predictable and boring I have the perfect Green Goddess dressing recipe for you to jazz things up! Plus since it’s summertime you can get half the ingredients right out of your herb garden (or from your local farmers’ market).
Trust me, making this dish from scratch in order to avoid highly processed additives like partially hydrogenated oils (i.e. trans fat), artificial dyes, and MSG is so worth it. Not only will it taste amazing, but you’ll feel good about the dish you’re serving your precious family.
This is one of those rare occasions when I cook with boneless, skinless chicken breasts. I am not usually a big fan (of the taste/texture) except for when it comes to a super easy dish like this that gets two thumbs up from the whole family! FYI – If you plan to serve this chicken piccata over pasta or rice, consider doubling the sauce!