This sun dried tomato and broccoli pasta dish is one that combines several of our favorite pasta dishes of the past, in to one we make time and time again today. What's your favorite pasta dish?
Who needs a new years resolution to get healthy? It's all about making healthy choices, and anytime is a good time to start doing that. Our friend Heather and her family have been kicking some serious butt in the gym lately and making flavorful healthy recipes at home, like this one for chicken tacos she recently shared with us.
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.
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.
One thing we love about Real Food Real Kitchens is we get to try traditional recipes from all kinds of cultures. We love ones like this Vegetarian African Curry sent to us by reader Christopher.
One of our favorite ingredients that we often think gets overlooked during the Holidays is fruit. That's why we are so thankful when we get recipes like this Apple and Cranberry Salad sent to us by Julie Fuller from Melbourne, FL . Not only is it delicious, healthy, and a great meal by itself, it's also customizable and uses many of the leftover ingredients from holiday dinners.
This simple recipe for Pastel de Maiz (or Corn Cake) used to be part of Cuban culture and tradition long ago. It was a dish Cubans inherited from Mexico and can be served with soups, meats, and sauces.
Anything pizza related we LOVE! It's a quick, simple and delicious dish that can be ordered in or made at home. It's a quick weeknight meal and especially during this Holiday season, it's an easy and fast way to feed everyone at the end of a long day of shopping, visiting family or sprucing up around the house. These stuffed mozzarella and spinach pizza bites are easy to make!
PIZZA! Glorious pizza! It is undoubtedly one of America's most favorite foods. With about 350 slices being eaten per second, we decided it was time to go BIG with our own approach to creating our favorite pie.
We have absolutely fallen in love with this salad so we decided to go BIG with it in our office and pile on the Superfood goodness, including a delicious Blueberry Balsamic. Amazing!
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 I found this recipe, I was looking for a simple, weeknight recipe for my Family that was not only a 'set it and forget it' recipe, but one that could be re-purposed in many different ways. Cooking pork in the slow cooker is simple and delicious, and my entire family loved these Sweet BBQ Sandwiches!
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.