We always have Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb on Christmas Eve. I have found no better way to prepare it than with this Julia Child marinade, it’s delicious!
Course: Main Dish
Hands down, Cornish Game Hens & Wild Rice Stuffing is one of my favorite fall meals! This recipe is pretty easy but makes for a beautiful presentation and it’s a break from the norm.
There’s nothing better than a Classic Meat Lasagne for a comforting family meal or to feed a crowd. This recipe is the best I’ve ever tasted. I think it’s the homemade, slow simmered Bolognese sauce that makes all the difference. If you want to make a lasagne that will take it over the top, this is it!
Chicken Marsala is another classic that is so easy to make but tastes and looks beautiful on the plate. Definitely do-able for a weeknight family style dinner or fancy enough for a weekend dinner party.
Classic Spaghetti & Meatballs….I couldn’t actually call myself a food blogger if I didn’t have this recipe on my blog, right? After trying many recipes and variations over the years, I have landed on this as the best combination of a few of my favorites. Honestly, Spaghetti & Meatballs is kind of a classic that you don’t really mess with.
Carnitas Bowls are perfect to serve for a crowd, everyone builds their own and everyone is happy….like Chipotle, only better!
White Chicken Chili is a hearty, yet light meal, perfect for lunch or dinner and packed with flavor.
There are a few reasons why I call this A Little Bit of Chicken Fried…We are big country music fans and love The Zac Brown Band, the song with this title is one of my favorites. Also, there are so many “secrets” to fried chicken and my recipe is a little bit of Ina Garten, a little bit of Tyler Florence and a little bit of Paula Deen. When it comes to fried chicken, they know their stuff!