Beef and mushroom stew is one of my favorite things in the world. This shredded beef stew is spiced with a bit of nutmeg and cloves for an earthy, aromatic flavor that can't be beat.
This is SUCH an easy recipe to prepare. The biggest trick to simple poached fish is to use a firm, skinless white fish fillet and poach it over gentle heat to ensure it doesn't overcook.
I woke up a little bit early today to surprise my husband with a delicious and hearty breakfast of smoked salmon toast. These toasts are topped with a generous smear of caper, scallion, and dill cream cheese along with slices of tomato, cucumber, and red onion. You can serve with or without the eggs, but what's breakfast without eggs?
Tonight, I created my own version of clams in spicy coconut broth, and let me just say...this broth is ~ L I F E ~ and I truly, truly mean that. I'm almost always on team noodle when it comes to noodle soups, but I just couldn't stop slurping up this fragrant, creamy, spicy broth.
Fried pork chops are one of my sinfully guilty pleasures. Like Emeril, I'm a big fan of pork fat, and juicy bone-in pork chops have just the right amount of fat around the bone that make these bad boys just dang tasty.
This is the perfect breakfast hash to use up those odds and ends hanging out in your fridge. Any combination of root veggie will work perfectly and paired with the delicious maple-lemon vinaigrette and a perfectly cooked egg, the final result is so tasty.
Is there anything better than a simple ground beef recipe? This recipe is SO simple but packed full of flavor. Roasting the potatoes and shallots gives them a nice golden-brown color and enhances their flavor a bit instead of boiling them right in the tomatoes.
Mayo Chicken Thighs are now my most and least favorite way to make chicken. How can it be both, you ask? Well, it tastes delicious and juicy and spicy and all sorts of other good things. But, these Mayo Chicken Thighs are terrible for my diet and I can only indulge in a little bit when I actually want to eat the entire plate.
This Ethiopian-Inspired Beef Stew is spicy and fragrant with super tender beef! The mint, lemon, and honey on top work perfectly to cut through the heat of the stew.
My favorite breakfast is a spicy breakfast! This spicy breakfast combines seasoned potatoes, crispy bacon, a spicy cream dressing, poached eggs, and topped with a few more splashes of hot sauce.
I think this warm lentil salad may be my favorite thing I've made recently! It is so easy and hearty and warming and the hot sauce adds just the right amount of kick to the meal.
This vegetarian lentil salad bowl is the perfect lunch choice. For leftovers or for office lunch, you can toss the lentils, beans, and celery together in a bowl and simply add fresh mozzarella cheese (or feta or goat cheese) and greens of your choice on top when you serve!
This lentil breakfast bowl is packed with deliciously roasted sweet potatoes and topped with a simple tomato-celery salad. It's the perfect healthy weekend brunch.
This seared pork tenderloin is served with perfectly roasted carrots, a sweet and citrusy lemon-mint dressing, and fresh mozzarella for an easy and refreshing weeknight dinner.
This chicken mozzarella pasta with onion-butter tomato sauce is just cold-weather perfection. This simple dinner recipe uses Marcella Hazan's technique for the sauce and then is topped with chicken breasts and big, thick slices of fresh mozzarella and then baked until the cheese is melty deliciousness.
I absolutely love simple salad recipes! The ability to mix and match and create something new always keeps dinner interesting. Tonight, I used the balsamic vinaigrette from this salad and added a head of roasted garlic. Combined with roasted carrots and onions, crispy pancetta, and fresh mozzarella, this simple salad was so TASTY!
It's the first day of 2018 and now it's time to start implementing those New Year's Resolutions! This shredded chicken salad is served with flavorful roasted vegetables and a sweet, spicy, and slightly smoky chipotle-maple vinaigrette.
This chipotle-maple vinaigrette packs a serious punch! You can tone down the heat by using a bit less (or no) sauce from the can of chipotles in adobo.
Simple avocado toast is so easy to fix up and is a great breakfast option if you're in a hurry. You can serve this simple avocado toast with or without eggs.
These red wine poached pears make the perfect dessert; they can cook as you prepare dinner, they reheat easily, and the orange-scented whipped cream adds the perfect amount of richness. These red wine poached pears are not too sweet or too decadent which is perfect if you're serving it after a meal that is on the richer side!
An Elegant New Year’s Eve Dinner for Two: Filet Mignon, Mushrooms and Spinach, Brown Butter Potatoes and Red-Wine Poached Pears
This New Year's Eve dinner for two is simply cooked filet mignon served on top of spinach and mushrooms along with brown-butter mashed potatoes. Dessert is a simple red wine poached pears.
This easy, spicy egg salad recipe will make you fall in love with egg salad again! Seasoned with a big of Melinda's extra hot habanero sauce and topped with a lemony herb garnish, this egg salad will be sure to impress even the pickiest eaters!
There is honestly nothing better than a good breakfast toast. In this recipe, you create a sweet, caramelized pear breakfast toast topped with lightly salted pistachios as well as a simple egg, cheese and gochujang breakfast toast, so you can make both the sweet AND savory lovers in your house happy!