These sour dough baguettes are full of flavor and incredible chew. They’re easy to make and will not disappoint!
We’ve been having a lot of chicken lately, so I decided that pork chops would be good for tonight. Initially, I was going to try the Baked Pork Chops from the All Recipes site. However, the more I thought about it, the more I thought that I’d try something else.
How many times have you made a recipe that called for one tablespoon of tomato paste, when you knew that the six-ounce can held a lot more than one tablespoon? I know that you can buy the tube tomato paste.
Slow Cooker Chicken with Mushrooms combines succulent chicken breasts and mushrooms in a creamy dreamy sauce. Because the slow cooker does most of the work, it’s a perfect dinner for a busy week night.
Chicken Marsala is an incredible combination of golden pan-fried chicken and mushrooms in a creamy Marsala wine sauce. It’s a classic dish that is often featured at Italian restaurants. However, in less than 40 minutes, you can feast on this restaurant quality dish that’s easy enough to make for any occasion. I first blogged about this…
The other day, I made Duchess Potatoes that called for two egg yolks. Rather than throw the egg whites away, I decided to experiment with Meringue Shells, which I’ve been making for some time.
Chicken Vol-au-Vents is a cooked puff pastry shell filled with chicken cooked in a savory gravy. It only takes 30 minutes to prepare from start to yummy finish. .French for “windblown”, a vol-au-vent is a small, hollow case of puff pastry, with the top cut out to allow for a filling.
Initially, I had planned on serving either rice or mashed potatoes with the Swiss Steak, but changed my mind to Duchess Potatoes. Ever since I made the Hachis Parmentier, Chris has commented on how long it’s been since we’ve had Duchess Potatoes and how much he enjoys them.
It’s been a really long time since I’ve made Swiss Steak, so I thought it would be good for dinner tonight. The recipe that I use is an adaptation of Alton Brown’s Swiss Steak.
Light and flaky biscuits are a staple in the South. They’re delicious on their own with butter, sandwiched around a piece of ham, or a host of other options. In addition to being delicious, biscuits take only minutes to make. They’re perfect for not only your Easter dinner, but also your leftover ham!