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Cabbage Rolls are delicious, but admittedly kind of a hassle to make. I think it’s totally worth it, for the record. This recipe is gluten and dairy free, and my favorite part is that the quinoa is added uncooked –
I had an opportunity to prepare a meal for a family in my neighborhood who just welcomed an adorable baby girl into their family. They are vegetarian (and enjoy dairy), so I came up with my own version of the
I think calling something “cacciatore” brings good Italian flavors to mind… bell peppers, mushrooms, wine, tomatoes of course. It’s also usually made with bone-in chicken, and while I love cooking meats on the bone, it becomes somewhat problematic when eating
This is somewhere between a stew and a chili, and is inspired by a recipe with a much fancier name than I’ve given it. It was originally called Carne con Chorizo y Papas (beef with chorizo and potatoes). Come to
If you’ve never had Beer Can Chicken, you should start now, particularly with a few tips I’ve included here. Whether on the grill or in the oven, this cooking method results in really juicy meat and 360* of crispy skin.