I’ve dedicated this month to learning all about the Instant Pot, and after the Instant Pot whole chicken, Instant Pot brown rice and Instant Pot beans, think I’ve found my new favorite recipe: Instant Pot chicken stock! In fact, this post is part of my Instant Pot Basics Series. It goes hand-in-hand with my 31 day challenge.Click to Continue »
As soon as the weather turns cooler, we naturally think of soups and stews (which you can find all my recipes for, right here). Me though? I’m thinking of expanding my repertoire of enchiladas. My chicken and spinach enchiladas are REALLY good (no, really!), but I’ve got my eyes on some variety. But first, IClick to Continue »
It never fails. Every year when the temperatures start to warm, I crave salads. My Costco-copy sweet kale salad is really good, and so is panzanella salad with homemade Caesar dressing. But this time I was craving something very specific: chicken salad with thai peanut sauce.
I’m starting to think you need a certain gene in your DNA to make strawberry jam, and that I don’t have that gene. Every attempt I’ve made at making strawberry jam has gone terribly wrong. Maybe that’s why I tend to stick to making fruit butters instead… In any case, I desperately want to beClick to Continue »
I’m not sure what it is, but I’ve been craving some serious home cooking lately. Like, fried chicken, pot roasts and stove-top mac and cheese. (You can expect recipes for the former to come soon.) In my quest to find a go-to pot roast recipe (that mimicked the kind grandma would make), I stumbled acrossClick to Continue »
Growing up I remember my mom almost always having a box of Lipton dry onion soup mix in the pantry. I remember pretty clearly her using it for roasts and dips, but there’s a good chance that anything that tasted good likely had a packet of dry onion soup mix in it. You could callClick to Continue »
When I was first learning how to meal plan, we had this CRAZY schedule on Wednesdays. We had to be somewhere at 5pm, which meant being DONE with dinner by 4:30pm. Since my brain can’t comprehend cooking dinner before 4pm, I made the one thing I knew my kids would eat fast AND that wouldClick to Continue »
My family and I are HUGE taco fans. They’re on our menu at least 2-3 times a month (if not more) and we’ve had almost every type of taco imaginable… chicken // steak // shrimp buffalo // California style // traditional corn tortillas // flour tortillas // rice bowls // salads But all of our tacoClick to Continue »