Parmesan Baked Chicken

Somehow this always becomes another one of our Christmas Day meals. Alongside some broccoli and crescent rolls, it makes for a nice, easy to prepare family meal. Print Parmesan Baked Chicken Serves: 8 Prep time:  20 mins Cook time:  1 hour Total time:  … Continue reading

Grandma’s Christmas Italian Beef

It’s always Italian Beef at our Christmas Party. I’m not sure how that tradition stuck – but it works for us. Grandma spends days slow roasting pounds upon pounds of Italian Beef. It’s a meal I always look forward to. … Continue reading

Beef Stroganoff

mmmmmm…..BEEF STROGANOFF!  Such an amazing recipe and so simple as well.  This is great to serve to the kids, on a cold autumn day.  Top it off with a nice glass of hot chocolate for dessert and you will have … Continue reading

Almond Fried Rice

Fried rice is surprisingly simple and adds a great level of depth to many asian-based meals. If you start feeling risky, it’s always fun to pretend you work at a Japanese Hibachi restaurant and start throwing various food items around … Continue reading

Chinese Chicken Legs

If you are bored of the “same-old” chicken recipe, try this one out!  It’s really easy and has a great deep rooted flavor to it! Add more Cayenne for that extra kick! Print Chinese Chicken legs Serves: 4 Prep time:  5 … Continue reading

Korean Bulgogi

In 2003 I spent a year in South Korea in the Air Force where I was lucky enough to make friends with many of the “locals”.  One, in particular, was kind enough to share her simple family/traditional recipe for Bulgogi.  … Continue reading

Simple Chicken Casserole

This is an incredibly simple chicken casserole that can be dressed up more as needed. I’ve used crushed Ritz crackers mixed with melted butter as a unique and simple layer under the cheese.  It adds some great texture and saltiness … Continue reading

Creamy Potato Puff

Mashed Potatoes anyone? This is a creamy spin on the standard.  Consider adding a touch of White Truffle Oil to the mixture for a really great surprise. Print Creamy Potato Pufff Serves: 5 Prep time:  35 mins Cook time:  45 mins Total … Continue reading

Grandma’s Sausage Stuffing

This is my favorite part about Thanksgiving…regarding the food, of course. It’s got a nice amount of spice that can be eliminated if need-be.  I recommend eating this every day (disclaimer: That would be REALLY unhealthy!) Print Grandma’s Sausage Stuffing … Continue reading

Chicken a la Maria

This recipe is, simply put, amazing. By far one of my favorite dishes of all times. I have no idea who “Maria” is and neither does my mom, but it tastes amazing and will surely impress. Print Chicken a la … Continue reading