I think when we look back on it, 2020 is going to be the year of comfort food. I have a friend who has a wonderful website and is an amazing resource for everything low carb and keto. (Transparency – She’s also a client at my day job.)… Keep reading...
It’s Memorial Day weekend in the US. Spend time with your loved ones and remember those who sacrificed so we could spend this time together. The recipe below is a classic great for get-togethers with the framily [sic].
Making Low Country Boil is a time honored tradition in the South.… Keep reading...
I’m usually pretty plain Jane when it comes to tuna salad, a little mayo or cream cheese -or both if I’m really pushing the envelope. Dill weed1, salt, pepper, and some celery finish it off. Everything’s nice, everything’s beautiful, everyone wins.… Keep reading...
Looking for a tomato side dish? How about one with bacon? This easy recipe for stuffed tomatoes comes together very quickly, is company-worthy, can be made the night before, and could even be baked in a toaster oven -I don’t have one, but I plan to remedy that.… Keep reading...
If you haven’t menu planned your Memorial Day weekend already, here are some suggestions for cookouts and picnics.
Let’s start with main dishes and then move on to sides. Shall we?
(Just click the pics to head to the recipe!)… Keep reading...
Now that’s summer is nearly here, we’re switching to a cooler morning option, homemade granola cereal. It is a bit more expensive than plain oatmeal version, but the recipe is dead easy and significantly cheaper per serving than store bought granola, even with the nuts.… Keep reading...
Roast potatoes are a simple side dish. This recipe comes together quickly and can easily be made while the main dish is cooked. In our home we use two different methods to roast potatoes. Don’t forget that roast potatoes can serve as the basis for other one dish meals like homemade breakfast skillets.… Keep reading...
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Welcome to the first monthly installment of Fearless Friday here on Home Ec 101. What have you tried in the past month?… Keep reading...
Once in a while every cook stumbles on a technique that transforms a vegetable from a tolerated item into a highly anticipated side dish. This technique which can easily be modified does it for broccoli and I. Admittedly I never hated broccoli, I just didn’t love it, except in salads like broccoli almond salad, where the florets are little crispy sponges soaking up dressing.… Keep reading...
Homemade chicken fingers are a cinch to make, typically a hit with kids, and leftovers are great to liven up a salad.
Easy Chicken Finger Recipe Ingredients
- 1 lb boneless skinless chicken breasts
- 1 cup crumbs (bread, cracker, or unsweetened cereal)
- 1/2 tsp onion powder
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp paprika
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- 1/2 cup buttermilk
- just enough vegetable oil to thinly coat a cookie sheet
I find partially frozen breasts easier to work with.… Keep reading...