I love simple recipes that get their flavor from their cooking method (roasting) and a few basic ingredients that can come together as an amazing meal in no time at all. This recipe met all the requirements.
I started to visualized this one pot meal in my head and the next thing I knew. I was on my way to making a quick and easy sausage and bean stew.
One of the ways that he seasons pork chops, steaks, chicken or even seafood is with his "Grilling Steak Butter" (softened butter that is enhanced with a few select seasonings) and wowwie kazowie, magic.
3 not-so-ordinary chocolate chip cookie ingredients make this cookie special
In Hawaii we are exposed to many different cultures and the one common thread has always been in the sharing of food. Pork Guisantes is yet another one of those comfort foods that is simple to make and satisfying to eat.
This is a Hawaii favorite that combines cheesecake and jello to make an "onolicious" treat.
For my main course, I knew almost immediately that I would make a beef stew, inspired by a gorgeous beef stew I had in Florence with my daughter. It was rich with red wine and savory herbs, topped with the ubiquitous ribbons of sweet Italian basil a
Korean style BBQ beef (Bulgogi) is very easy to make and has a wonderful balance of sweet and savory . I got this recipe from my father in law about 25 years ago and have not made any changes to it, because its just that good.
Sausage and Kale Soup. So simple, yet so satisfying.
Oven roasted veggies are a smash hit once again.
I have been a big fan of 80 proof Wild Turkey for years. Recently they discontinued the 80 proof for a new 81 proof. I want my 80 back. If it ain't broke, why fix it? I don't like it, what's your take?
I just used no boil lasagna noodle for the first time. I was amazed at how well they worked.
What are your tips and tricks when you use them and are there other uses for them besides lasagna?
Everyone has a favorite go to recipe and it is probably the most requested recipe that you have. Are you willing to share it? I have blogged a bunch of my favorites at http://susan-thinkingoutloud.blogspot.com/
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