This roast chicken recipe is inspired by Judy Rodger’s iconic recipe from the Zuni Café in San Francisco. Here, the bird is roasted on a bed of croutons so the air can circulate around the chicken, crisping up the skin, while all of the delicious juices and fat drip down over the bread. Right […]
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Get the flavors of South America right at home and in less than 30 minutes! Filled with fresh veggies like squash, mushrooms, asparagus, peppers, and onion, John Soules Food’s beef fajitas are pre-seasoned and pre-cooked, so it doesn’t get much easier than this recipe. Simply sauté and serve with the homemade chimichurri!
Every year around Valentine’s Day, the idea of the “Engagement Chicken” takes the internet by storm. The theory is that it’s a roast chicken that is so good, that your partner will be instantly compelled to “lock it down.” Well, ladies and gentlemen, let us introduce the Goodtaste Engagement Chicken.
These customizable baguette boats are like a short cut quiche! The exterior of the baguette gets toasty and golden brown, while the egg inside is rich and creamy.
As the weather starts to cool, cozy pastas are exactly what we want to be eating. This recipe uses canned pumpkin purée to make a creamy, decadent pasta sauce that is surprisingly easy to throw together.
What is better than an impressive, dinner party-worthy dish that also has low-fuss, weeknight ease? This one-skillet dish combines seared sausages and tender sweet apples with crisp bitter greens and toasty walnut vinaigrette.
There is always a place in my heart for the old school bacon-and-iceberg lettuce layered salads of my childhood, but these days I am loving this healthier, more colorful, modern version
This crowd-pleasing breakfast bake with toasted English muffins, ham, melty cheddar cheese and fluffy eggs has all of the makings of your favorite breakfast sandwich! The best part is that […]
Cacio e pepe is one of the simplest, but most satisfying meals. Meaning literally “cheese and pepper” in Italian, we’ve taken the backbones of this humble Italian pasta and applied the winning combination of fruity cracked peppercorns and salty aged cheese to good ol’ popcorn. While you can use just parmesan cheese in this recipe, […]
If you love chicken wings, you’ll love this version from Rosella at the Rand in San Antonio. Their version is extra juicy thanks to their special brine. These beauties are also baked before their fried. You’ll want to start 24 hours in advance. Believe me. It’s well worth the extra effort.
A cheesy sidekick to your Easter ham, these Poblano Grits are a southern staple kicked up by the Enchilada Queen at Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen. Sylvia serves hers wrapped up in a corn husk, but you can make them in ramekins or a baking dish. She says these grits pair phenomenally with smoky meats like grilled […]
Try these over-the-top, cheesy, fried avocados from Picoso’s Mexican Kitchen in Lubbock. Before hitting the hot oil, they are coated in cheese and breadcrumbs, creating a crispy, gooey crust. Here, we stuff them with shredded chicken, but you can also top with grilled shrimp, sliced steak, or peppers and black beans for a vegetarian alternative.
“Pasta salads get a bad rap but I find that the more I think of them as room temperature summer dishes and the less as mayo-slicked bowls of suspicion and dread, the more inviting they become, not only for cookouts and picnics, but (ahem) a gorgeous Tuesday night.”
This green bean salad packs a punch full of fresh flavors! Charred green beans offer a contrasting taste against the tart marinated red onion and balsamic vinaigrette dressing and salty shaved Parmigiano-Reggiano.
It’s hard to believe that juicy Bánh Mì Burger above is actually under 350 calories and contains less than 5 grams of sugar. Pickled vegetables and grass-fed beef make this burger delightfully decadent. It was created by celebrity chef Devin Alexander (you may remember her as the chef from The Biggest Loser) for her new cookbook, You Can Have It!