I admit, this meal sounds a little weird. But if you’re obsessed with buffalo sauce as I am, but don’t want to waste 1,000 calories on a buffalo chicken sandwich, this flavorful, healthy dish will satisfy even the most devout wing kings. Start with finely chopping equal parts celery, carrot, and onion. How much you […]
Last week I got strep AND the stomach flu within a few days of each other. I craved something hot, chicken-y, salty, and most importantly, simple. I was also not interested in digging out my huge camera for these shots, so I used my iPhone. Sorry about that, but hey, I was sick! If you […]
The title of this recipe should actually be: Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Experiment in the Kitchen. I got home from work, hungry, tired, and wondering if I should have stopped by Taco Hell on the way home. The only major ingredient I had was some baby eggplant I picked up at an Indian […]
I would say that I’m not a very competitive person. Bragging about how good you are at something and winning is the stuff of daydreams. But bragging and then losing is pretty humiliating to experience and watch others go through. With that said, at my 8-5 cube job, we had a chili cook-off and for […]
I learned 3 things during the course of cooking this recipe: You can cook a pork shoulder for 2 days in a slow cooker and not die of food poisoning. Yay! (I actually have no idea if that’s sanitary, but I kept forgetting to eat it.) Next, I learned that when you buy pork shoulders […]
There are 100 ways to skin a cat, and there are 100 ways to make potato soup; and this is my way. If, like me, it’s the middle of summer in the South, you may be thinking soup sounds gross. Well don’t freak- you’re not bathing in it.
Ever had chorizo? It’s a spicy mexican sausage that you can get at just about any grocery store or Latin market…well, in the South you can, anyway. I recommend the pork sausage instead of the beef variety. You might be thinking, “Hey you, sausage isn’t healthy.” Yeah well… it’s not super healthy, per se, but […]