Chicken Paillard is the perfect quick, tasty weeknight meal your family will love! The chicken turns out perfectly crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. I finish it off with a squeeze of fresh lemon and a sprinkle of fleur de sel to add brightness to the dish. Pile on some fresh greens and you’ve got yourself a delicious dinner!
Whether it’s served as an appetizer or as it’s own meal, it’s always cozy, warm and comforting…easy, cheesy French Onion Soup!
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!
I am currently enrolled in the Culinary Arts program at Diablo Valley College. It’s our local community college and the facility was completely renovated from the ground up about 3 years ago so it’s a top notch facility. Right now, I am taking a farm…
This light & easy Turkey Chili is the perfect meal to whip up when you’re looking to prepare a quick healthy meal.
Coq au Vin is a classic French dish of braising chicken with wine, mushrooms, garlic and bacon. You can use bacon or pancetta, it’s a win-win either way, right? Julia Child helped make this dish increasingly popular in the United States, it was often thought…
Roasted Tomato Soup is such a treat during the summertime, however, this method of slow roasting the tomatoes brings out their natural sweetness so you can enjoy it even when tomatoes aren’t at their peak. Rich, healthy and satisfying, without a drop of cream added.
Fall is in the air…football is on t.v. and temperatures are starting to drop. This Roasted Vegetable Beef Stew will keep you warm all season long. So, light a fire, grab a glass of red wine and enjoy!