This is a dish I’m particularly proud of: chicken ramen made at home. And no, not the kind that comes in the cup that you just add hot water to – I’m talking about the real deal, cooked for hours type of ramen. Except so much easier (not to mention less salty). Ready to make it yourself?
Hey everyone, I hope you’re enjoying the weekend as much as I am!
Even though I’ve been on a health kick lately, that’s no reason to sacrifice taste. All it means is that I need to get more creative with the ingredients I’m using in the kitchen and turn to other countries for some spice inspiration. My next dish is a new twist on the classic Moroccan tagine dishes cooked in earthenware pots and full of delicious spices and curries. But don’t fear if you don’t have an actual tagine – my recipe makes good use of a crock pot instead. Continue reading →
Are you sick of my crock pot recipes yet? I hope not. I’ve got a great one here that will be a perfect, easy meal while you’re preparing for the Thanksgiving feast about to happen next week. Trust me, this honey mustard pork loin roast will truly save your bacon (and your sanity).
I know I did a slow cooker chicken recipe just the other week, but really, if this isn’t the best time of year to break the crock pot out of hibernation, I don’t know what is. Besides, this slow cooker recipe is for a classic family favorite: pot roast.
There’s not much better than coming home from a long day at work, walking in the door and having the house smell amazing because dinner’s ready. At least, that’s my personal opinion, which is why slow cookers (crock pots) are God’s 5- to 7-quart gifts to man. Continue reading →