I had been planning to grill some chicken, but suddenly had the urge to do something else. I had some boneless, skinless chicken breasts already thawed. I also had a leftover green bell pepper. I broke out the Le Creuset “French Oven”, seasoned the chicken with salt and pepper, and … Continue reading
My son loves brussel sprouts and salmon. Not bad for a boy of 7. These are not your mom’s sprouts. They come out a little crispy, caramelized and sweet. The recipe is very simple. Wash and trim the sprouts.
We fed the boys early and had this dish after they were in bed. It’s very easy, very tasty and vegetarian to boot. Not too much to explain, the recipe is pretty straight-forward. It’s from Good Deal with Dave Lieberman on Food Network. Link here. We served it with a … Continue reading
I’ve had enough of chicken breast fajitas, so I bought some chicken thighs (change doesn’t come easy to me) and tried a one skillet chicken and button mushroom dish. The starting point was a Emeril Lagasse recipe for Braised Chicken Thighs with Button Mushrooms, I’ll note the changes. Here are … Continue reading
Since Fat Tuesday was coming up, the “Bite. Sip. Repeat…” team decided to get together last weekend and cook a New Orleans classic. Dr. Steve and I shopped and met up at Dr. Curtis’ house for the cooking and sipping. I’d been thinking of what to cook and came across … Continue reading
It’s the chili-time of the year and I made a batch last week. Here’s the basic recipe… 1 Tbs. canola or vegetable oil 1 1/3 lbs. ground beef 1 lb. Jimmy Dean spicy sausage 2 cups chopped onion 4 cloves of garlic, chopped 2 15 oz. cans of tomato sauce … Continue reading
My in-laws visited on Saturday to install a closet organizer they’d bought for us (thanks, Wally and Hilda!) and I wanted to cook a nice lunch for them. We cleaned out some cabinets a week ago and I saw my two Le Creuset Dutch Ovens that had migrated to the … Continue reading