Asian Quinoa Salad Recipe: A quick and healthy salad that is full of flavor! 1 cup quinoa or wild rice teaspoon salt 1 cup chopped red cabbage 1 cup shelled and cooked edamame 1 red bell pepper, chopped cup shredded carrots 1 cup diced cucumber
As an apprentice chef, I prepared these for a local restaurant and ended up receiving requests for more. They are easy to prepare, but if you need more than 8, you'll need to double it. Also, in lieu of fresh strawberries frozen strawberries may be used. I've done both and they turn out equally tasty.
Tis the Season for Julia Child’s Trademark Vinaigrette | This salad dressing is possibly the best complement to fresh, seasonal greens.
(Replace the flour) Creamy Parmesan Garlic Mushroom Chicken is ready in just 30 minutes and the parmesan garlic sauce will wow the entire family! This will become a new favorite!
Ginger-Plum Slump Recipe | The slump (sometimes called a grunt up North) is the stovetop version of a cobbler—and the only thing you’ll want to make when it’s too hot to turn on your oven. Believed to be a variation of an English steamed pudding, a slump is simmered fruit topped with pillowy, lightly sweet dumplings. Made in a large cast-iron skillet or Dutch oven, slumps are also a popular dessert to make on the campfire or grill. The fruit is cooked down in the skillet until sweet and…
NYT Cooking: Chicken soup is one of the most painless and pleasing recipes a home cook can master. This soup has all the classic flavors (celery, carrot, parsley) but has been updated for today's cooks, who can't easily buy the stewing hen and packet of soup vegetables that old-fashioned recipes used to call for. A whole bird provides the right combination of fat, salt and flavor. Don't be tempted to use al...
These Strawberries and Cream Magic Bars are pure magic. Made with fresh strawberries and a sugar cookie layer, they are seriously amazing! Made with real food strawberries! Add this to your strawberry bars recipes list!