Garlic Parmesan Wings are one of our most popular posts. Go figure. I tried to take that concept and apply it to the idea of a Buffalo Chicken Dip with roasted garlic and jalapenos, and a wing sauce base. Debuting at the Superbow – uh I mean big game this easy and deeply tasteful dip was a great success.
Posted in Chicken, Dips
Tagged clay coyote cooking pot, cream cheese, dip, garlic, jalapeno, melted butter, mozzarella, parmesan, provolone, roasted, roasted chicken
We got some new toys for Christmas that we did not ask for but were very glad to receive – an electric pressure cooker and a deli slicer! This is the first of many possibilities that these new pieces will lead to. They both debuted on this dish which is mostly inspired by Travel channel type shows about Chicago Italian Beef Sandwiches like Al’s. I have never been to Chicago but would love to visit and seeking out one of these sandwiches would be one of my first stops. These toys made this a really quick and easy dish because we had the right tools!
Posted in Beef
Tagged au jus, Beef, beef broth, bottom round, chuck roast, deli slicer, easy, electric pressure cooker, garlic, meat slicer, onion, pepper, provolone, quick, red pepper flakes, salt
I was going to call this a white lasagna but as you will see there are plenty of ingredients that are not white. Alfredo sauce was involved and I called on a previous recipe (which we featured twice) of ours for that. I won’t say that this was that difficult, but it did take a while which was well worth it because it was “one of the best things I made in a while.” That was an actual quote from Eileen about this great dish and I think she was right!
Posted in Casserole, Sauces
Tagged alfredo, basil, butter, carrots, cream, garlic, homemade, Italian, lasagna, mushrooms, parmesan, pasta, provolone, recipe, sausage, spinach, tomato, white lasagna
Oh, Summer… so sad to see it come to an end but luckily the produce from the summer crops are still going strong. We have been growing these lovely little tomatoes all summer and have been thoroughly enjoying them. One of our favorite ways to have them is with fresh basil and penn mac’s fresh mozzarella, extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar. So simple, so good. Recently, we received some ‘lemon-basil’ in our CSA and naturally a pesto came to mind.
Posted in Appetizers, Sauces, Sides, Vegetarian
Tagged almonds, caprese, CSA, fresh mozzarella, garden, lemon basil, olive oil, parmesan, penn mac, Pesto, provolone, recipe, summer, tomato, tomatoes