This week's Craving Ellie in My Belly was Jerk Chicken with Cool Pineapple Salsa and was chosen by Jen of Notes From The Table.
I had actually been eye balling this recipe for a while but was hesitant to make it. I just wasn't convinced that I would e… more »
Confused by the title? Me too. Let's take this one step at a time. Homemade chicken stock and broth is one of most versatile ingredients one will come in contact with in day to day cooking. Not only is it great for a quick batch of soup when somebody… more »
I love Chinese food. I have many childhood memories of a lazy Sunday with my family complete with Chinese take out for dinner. Unfortunately, Nick does not share my affinity, so I don't get to eat it too often anymore. That is probably just as well, sinc… more »
This was my first attempt at Coq au Vin, and quite honestly, it may have been the first time I have eaten Coq au Vin. I cannot recall ever ordering it in a restaurant. This was a recipe from Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles Cookbook: Strategies, Recipes, an… more »
This week's Craving Ellie in my Belly was Turkey Meatballs with a Quick and Spicy Tomato Sauce. It was a wonderful choice by Amanda of Oddball Oven Mitt.
I have made these turkey meatballs many many times, they are a family favorite. In fact, I have… more »
This weeks Craving Ellie in my Belly was Balsamic Chicken with Baby Spinach and Couscous and was chosen by Marthe of Culinary Delights.
I followed the recipe in the book, which did differ somewhat from the recipe that is online at the Food Network web… more »
This is a ridiculously good and easy recipe, which I adapted from a recipe I found in a Weight Watcher's cookbook. I make this at least once a month for dinner, and it is always so hearty and satisfying. The chicken breast is seared and then boiled in fl… more »
This week's Craving Ellie in my Belly is Lamb Stew with Orange and was chosen by Farah of Confessions of a Novice Baker.
We are lamb lovers so I was happy to see this recipe picked, though you could absolutely substitute a stew cut of beef in this me… more »
Chances are you've never seen a veal breast. I know I hadn't up until recently, when my local supermarket found itself with some mistakenly ordered whole veal sides.
A veal breast is the same cut of the cow as a brisket. Since the veal is so much… more »
This week's CEiMB was Buffalo Chicken Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing and was chosen by the lovely Andrea of You Eat Now.
All sources say that this was totally delicious and wonderful. Unfortunately for me, I really hate blue cheese (Yuck - it's moldy… more »