A quick and easy appetizer recipe is always good to have on hand. Heres one for a simple black bean dip that will make everyone happy! Perfect for any type of party or just an after school snack! Try this recipe and enjoy!
On a recent trip to NYC, green juices became an everyday beverage. It was cold and everyone was sick so I kept the good juices flowing with greens. With an added kick of ginger, the sweet and sour flavor of green apples, and a dash of olive oil, these juices gave me a bigger pick me up than coffee in the morning.
My all time favorite soda has always been ginger-ale or even better ginger-beer. On a recent trip to Brooklyn I noticed many people making their own non-alcoholic drinks and blends. My friends I stayed with seemed to have a new concoction every night. I couldn't wait to get home and try my hand at making my very own ginger syrup.
This soup is so rich and delicious we could have eaten several bowls and then some. On top of that, it's a soup that is incredibly simple to make and will shame any broccoli cheese soup you've ever had.
One of our favorite uses of an orange is making orange sauce. We love it because it's versatile and flavorful and can be used on chicken, fish, tofu, even duck... not to mention it's incredibly easy to make! There are many versions of orange sauce, but this one is our favorite!
My Brother Brad has become incredibly skilled at smoking meats over the past several years which has led to many new traditions here in the Chapman family. One is for a Boston Butt which, "is the American name for a cut of pork that comes from the upper part of the shoulder from the front leg and may contain the blade bone." The other recipe is for a simple coleslaw that is must for any BBQ'ed or Smoked meat dish.
We love spices! Without them there is no spicy food, no distinctive flavors, no magical, mathematical blends of herbs and salts and peppers that make up your favorite dishes... no spice to life at all! We love to infuse our own twist of flavors into our favorite main dishes: pork, beef, chicken, fish, and vegetables. So we came up with these base spice rubs to build on.
When we're traveling with Family, Friends, or even on Business, we can't wait to go back to our hotel room at the end of a long day to relax and re-charge. But what to do for dinner? Just ask Lauren Wyler, the winner of Extended Stay America's 'Away From Home Cooking' contest.
What is a Mother sauce? Mother sauces in classical French cooking are the five families of sauce upon which every other sauce is formed. Memorize these five simple sauces, and everything else involving cooking is generally a breeze.
A comforting BBQ Oatmeal Meatloaf Recipe.
Mac & cheese is a lifelong love. Here are ten amazing renditions on classic mac & cheese, everyone has their own signature, these are just a few.
Zucchini Bread - a semi-sweet summer squash dessert.
Pancake blankets are the key to this breakfast version of 'pigs in a blanket'. You can't go wrong with sausage, syrup, and pancakes (you can even use veggie links for this one!).
A simple and creamy Hollandaise Sauce Recipe.
Try this oldie but goodie recipe for Mother's Day! From the Real Food Real Kitchens vaults, it's the BEST cobbler you will every have in your life.