Being able to use just one dish to cook and/or serve dinner is so important when it comes to everyone's busy schedules with so little time to get all the housework done each night. That's why this recipe is a winner! Click here for the full recipe.
Grilled cheese and Philly cheesesteak in one? Yes please! Click here for the full recipe.
This would be a great set-it and forget-it meal for those busy week nights when you want to avoid the fast food drive-thru. Click here for the full recipe.
What a perfect side dish for any meal! I mean who doesn't love a little butter, chese, and bacon on their potato. Click here for the full recipe.
For those chilly, winter nights coming up - a hearty yet quick and easy soup recipe. Click here for the full recipe.
Looking for a slow cooker recipe for this cool fall day? Try this tasty recipe for this Slow Cooker Spicy Chicken and Rice. Click here for the full recipe.
Whole Foods sent me the ingredients and recipe card for Chicken Tetrazzini. Sounds pretty intimidating, right? I mean, you have to make your own white sauce for this! Don't let the recipe card fool you, it was actually super easy. However, it did require a few pans to get dirty. READ MORE
Whenever I have an excuse to make a dip for a party, you better bet that I will be bringing hot spinach dip!
Recently I went to a girl’s night at a friend’s house for a wine tasting, it gave me the perfect excuse to make my spinach dip!! I doubled my recipe for this party. None of it was left, which was awesome because who doesn't love having a hit dish at a get together?
A lot of the ladies, that night, asked me for this recipe, which is a huge compliment considering I am not the greatest cook!
This dish is the perfect savory dip to bring to any party! It is ooey + gooey and savory + salty.
I really can't be trusted alone in the grocery store. Really. All it takes is one glance at something that looks even the slightest bit yummy and it lands in my cart. Even if I have no idea how to cook it. That's when I start making stuff up. Win some, lose some-- but this steak was a definite winner last weekend so I went for it again this week. Turned out so great I couldn't keep it to myself.
The first time I made it I had a 4 pound New York Strip roast. I think I bought it believing I would cut it into individual steaks and serve it that way, but it was just such a nice cut of beef that I couldn't bare to slice it up. So on to plan B, if there had been one, which there wasn't because I'd never cooked a steak like this before. Ever. This time I started out with a 2 pound New York Strip steak. I'd imagine you can use other cuts but I love that this has a nice layer of fat on the the top and tends to be relatively tender.
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