This is another one of those super easy, one-dish, kind of recipes that I’m a big fan of. The chicken comes out perfect. The butternut squash and the apples make a nice sweet and savory balance, and the sage ties it all together. I used a very small butternut squash here
In my part of the world, okra only shows up for a short period of time during the year, so I like to do what I can with it. It’s an interesting vegetable that’s beloved by the South, and slowly making it’s way (thankfully) throughout the rest of the U.S.
This blackberry reduction is more tart and savory than sweet. It works great with the pork chop adding a new dimension of flavor you might not be familiar with. The roasted sweet potato is super easy and the spices give it a burst of flavor. Important note: brine the pork chop
This is an easy meal using ingredients most people have in the fridge. The steak comes out beautiful, and the balsamic reduction is slightly sweet and tart at the same time… and soooo easy to make. I was low on veggies, but I aways have some tomatoes and mushrooms on
This makes a great side dish for almost any protein. I’ve had it with pork chops, steak, and chicken. It always tastes great. The good thing is, you can make a big batch ahead of time and just reheat what you need for the night. It refrigerates extremely well and
I had a thawed steak in the fridge and some carrots. I guess that’s what for dinner tonight. And what a dinner this turned out to be! It’s very simple, and the carrots and butter turned out far better than expected considering I was mostly winging it. This particular cut
This is an easy, almost foolproof chicken recipe that always looks and tastes great. It’s one of my go-to staples when I don’t have a lot of time or I’m not feeling super creative. It uses basic ingredients that most people have around. Works with drumsticks or thighs as well.
I used to think that ribs were a mysterious meat that only the most experienced barbecuer should tackle. I thought I needed a special smoker, a seasoned grill, and a secret dry rub or BBQ sauce handed down through the generations. But actually, basic ribs are pretty easy and fool-proof. Sure,