Cassoulet is a warm and comforting French dish that is packed with protein; a variety of meats served on top of a delicious concoction of white beans. The first time I ever had it was at my favorite restaurant in St. Louis, Brasserie. I don’t know what made me order it because I’m not a… Continue reading Cassoulet: Comfort Food Nirvana
This meal is so delicious! I base it off Giada Di Laurentiis’ recipe, which you can find here. With a few tweaks, you can really throw this together for an impressive weeknight dinner! Let’s just get straight to it. Buy a package of thin sliced chicken breasts. By doing so, there is no need to… Continue reading Chicken Scallopini – An Impressive Weeknight Meal
Last week Ina Garten came to Saint Louis to promote her newest cookbook, Cooking for Jeffrey. If it wasn’t for my good friend, Tia, I would never have known she was coming. Thank you Tia!!! I would have totally lost my mind if I had missed it and later found out she was in my… Continue reading Ina Garten!!!!
The Steelers are playing again on Sunday, whoop whoop! We are planning to have friends over and gorge on snacks and comfort foods. I can’t wait! As I have mentioned before, there is nothing wrong with treating yourself every now and again. Balance is the key. To balance out the clam chowder and some form… Continue reading Mediterranean Roll-Up
I love the Chicken & Wild Rice Soup at Panera. It is so warm and cozy; perfect for fall, winter or any rainy day. I have always wondered if I could recreate it at home but had never tried… until now. I got online and started Googling recipes. I read a few, took bits and… Continue reading Creamy Chicken and Wild Rice Soup