Health advice often leaves us wondering what, if anything, we can eat. Fear not: food doesn't need to be your enemy and finding healthy ways to incorporate your favorite foods isn't impossible. This time around, we're looking at meat.
There's something so very satisfying about being able to layer items in a big pan, give it about an hour in the oven, and have dinner ready. It seems almost like cheating, but I prefer to call it finding creative ways to cook!
'Tis the perfect time of the year for a glorious brunch. And, instead of toast or muffins, contemplate how beautiful a brunch buffet will look when graced with a large platter of fresh blueberry scones drizzled with a pearly white glaze.
I love quick breads, but sometimes you need a more portable package. That's when cookies inspired by your favorite quick bread are perfect. So grab those ripe bananas from your counter and find your chocolate chips: it's time to bake!
When time is running out and you need a high-flavor, low-effort meal, throw what you need into a skillet and give it some oven time. It's what I call cowboy food; dishes that get prepared in one pot or skillet and are super flavorful without requiring a lot of hands-on time.