A little bit sweet, a little bit spicy, and a lot of savory goodness is what you get with our Sweet & Spicy Chicken Thighs with Asian Vegetables. This recipe is easy to make in either the slow cooker or the Instant Pot. I tested many versions of this recipe in order to get it […]
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What is more comforting on a cool day than coming home to a roast chicken dinner waiting in your slow cooker?
Saucy black beans, tender chicken thighs and a sprinkle of cheese make a flavorful, easy meal. Serve it with rice, a salad, or a simple side of tomatoes and avocado.
Inspired by the upcoming National Garlic Day (April 19th), we decided that this French classic was in order. Do not be afraid of the amount of garlic in this recipe, when garlic slow cooks it loses its bite and becomes the aromatic, flavorful star of the show.
This is such a pretty (and healthy) stew. Cut the potatoes, carrots, zucchini and sausage roughly the same size for the most attractive presentation. No worries if you don’t have a crowd to feed—leftover soup makes a wonderful brown bag lunch.
All props for this recipe go to my dear friend, Dyan who gave me the idea for this classic combo many moons ago when we were writing our first book. Tender chicken simmers with tomatoes, oregano and cumin. The finished dish is garnished with fresh herbs, feta and olives. The rice can be mixed into […]
If your family is fond classic Chinese flavors like sesame, garlic and ginger, this recipe is for you. My children kept stealing samples while I tried to snap a few photos.
Last week, we had a spell of very unseasonably hot weather for Maine, we’re talking 80 degrees in March. You will get no complaints from me. In fact we decided to celebrate our son’s 11th birthday with a cookout, complete with baked beans, coleslaw and grilled chicken.
Heady with Moroccan spices—cinnamon, turmeric, cumin and ginger—this tender chicken and vegetable dish becomes even more authentic-tasting topped with a lemony sauce, raisins and olives. If you like, serve it over quinoa or brown rice couscous.