Corned Beef and Cabbage has been a cherished family dinner as long as I can remember. My Irish grandmother made it for St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and through the years the tradition continued as a birthday dinner for my brother. My husband would happily eat corned beef twice a week if I cooked it. I […]
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Blizzards, winter storms, gale warnings…February has given us a wallop of winter weather and with that a whole lot of soup. Unlike a summer minestrone that is made with a variety of garden vegetables including juicy, red tomatoes, our winter minestrone uses canned tomatoes and adds potatoes instead of pasta—not only to keep it gluten-free, […]
A hearty bowl of soup nourishes body and soul, especially in Maine during January. This Vegetable and Brown Rice soup is a winter staple in our house, it comes together with basic pantry ingredients and can be served as prepared or enhanced as you wish. After I took some beauty shots of this soup, I […]
Moroccan food is typically richly spiced and zesty, but not necessarily spicy hot. I used cod fillets, but you can use halibut or even salmon…
Start the New Year out right with Hoppin’ John. If you are going to be up late to ring in the new year, stir everything into the slow cooker before you go to bed and wake up to a warm, hearty breakfast of black eyed peas which legend has it, will lead to prosperity.
If you love caramel as much as us, we would like to re-introduce you to dulce de leche, a South American slow cooked milk caramel. It is super easy to make slow cooker dulce de leche. Think about it, you could be making homemade gifts while you attend to the hundred other things that require […]
Check out these easy slow cooker recipes—perfect for after Thanksgiving!
A Black Friday shopping extravaganza deserves a warm, savory, satisfying meal at the end. This Tex-Mex inspired egg casserole is a favorite at Kimberly’s house. Call it breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner—no matter when you eat, we’re sure you’re going to like it…
When it comes to Thanksgiving, it is always a good idea to have a chocolate dessert on the table. We’ve seen chocolate risotto served in restaurants and knew it would translate to slow cooking. Impress your friends and family with this unexpected creamy, chocolate treat.
Thanksgiving plan: have extra turkey breast meat with minimal effort (no oven space required)!