This is a great, quick basic technique that will make cooking dinner a breeze, a hundred times over.
This one-pot dish is perfect for a romantic evening at home because it manages to be both light and rich.
I always get requests for this chicken recipe, because it’s hearty, warm and satisfying, without the heaviness of standard chili.
Don’t shy away from making fried chicken, thinking that it’s too messy, because this recipe is surprisingly easy with absolutely finger-lickin’-good results.
I love chicken salad. It’s pure comfort food– a surge of protein with a mayo chaser, what’s not to love? Here’s my latest take on this classic, inspired by the green spring onions and basil in my garden.
This past week it’s been rainy and my little one has been home with a cold. Which translates to staying home, cuddling up and making a batch of our house chicken soup. It’s warm, comforting, clean and delicious and always hits the spot.
I have a few go-to family meals in my arsenal that everyone loves and this rice bowl is one of them. It fits all the family dinner requirements—fast, healthy, easy and tasty.
One of our favorite family meals on weekly rotation comes from Jacques Pepin’s “Fast Food My Way.” His “Chicken Breasts with Garlic and Parsley” are full of flavor, quick to make, and everyone at the table, from my four-year-old to my husband, loves them.
Sunday mornings I almost always make chicken stock. Usually, I manage to have it simmering on the stove before the kids wake up. A batch of fresh stock gets me through the week for making rice, risotto, soups and beans. Typically, my menus for the week allow me to freeze half of the stock. When […]