Like most good southern women, I love anything fried. Unfortunately, though, it no longer loves me back. So, I came up with a great alternative that is not only healthier (almond flour won’t affect your blood sugar or your waistline like traditional flour does), but is also quicker and easier to cook than traditional fried chicken. It literally takes just a few minutes to prepare this dish. Another great thing about this recipe is that it does not require the traditional (messy) dredge of flour, milk, and egg; making cleanup a dream!
Can you hear it? Spring is knocking on our door! It is the time of nature’s annual renewal after a long hard winter. Soon we will see the trees blossom and flowers bloom with beautiful colors of green, yellow, red, and pink. In the spirit of the beauty of springtime, this month’s Kids’ Kitchen recipe features deviled eggs that are almost too pretty to eat. Note that I said “almost”. In truth, these eggs are too tasty not to eat.
A delicious egg sandwich served open faced with a jazzy caper onion sauce.
- I don’t know about you but I am thrilled that summer is over and fall has finally arrived. Fall is my favorite time of year…especially now that I live in Northern Virginia where I get to experience the season in all its splendor. I thought this would be the perfect time to write about my “Cure-All” Chicken Soup.
This is really easy meal prep for those evenings when you need to spend time helping the kids with homework (or unwind with a glass of wine) before dinner. Continue reading “Easiest Texas Brisket and Potatoes Dinner Ever!”
This is a great Sunday meal in my home. All the work is in the beginning. Once the roast goes into the oven you can just set a timer and relax as the wonderful aroma wafts through your home. Continue reading “Roast Beef with Potatoes and Carrots”