All Meat All The Time

Simple Stuffed Poblanos and Homemade Salsa Verde

I have never cared for Mexican food. After moving to Dallas, Texas, I discovered that I really do LOVE authentic Mexican food. It was the gloppy, heavy, carb-laden Tex-Mex I have never been crazy about. I owe this marvelous insight to two local restaurants which have introduced me to the flavorific joy of authentic Mexican […]

Breakfasts

Old-School Crunchy & Gooey Apple Crisp

Black-eyed peas and greens are mandatory for New Year’s Day in the South. Yes, we had them yesterday with cornbread. I wasn’t going to post yet another recipe when the internet was filled with black-eyed pea recipes, but my concoction was SO good that the Official Recipe Taster kept saying,”You really should post this,” as […]

Breakfasts

Fresh Apple Cake with Buttery Maple Syrup Glaze

There’s a crisp bite to the night air. Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Election ads have finally stopped running. Yes, it’s officially Autumn! Bring on the Pumpkin Pie! Or Cranberry Loaf! Or apple anything as long as it involves sugar and butter! I’m loving this moist cakey quick bread which feature chunks of apples […]

Chicken

Roasted Provencal Chicken Thighs

In the mood for something savory, simple, comforting, and healthy? I ran across a variation of this recipe several years ago. Weirdly, immediately after I “discovered” this simple peasant food, celebrity chefs starting popping up with their own personal incarnations, but with fancier names and more costly ingredients. Well, there’s no need to go all […]

Food

Curried Eggplant with Garbanzo Beans and Spinach

I absolutely freakin’ love Indian food. Unfortunately, I have not had a great amount of success in replicating the deliciousness found at my favorite Indian food restaurant. ….until this recipe. This dish is simply omg-yum-drool-amazing and even better, it’s the easiest thing ever! Inspired, I knocked out a quick batch of naan. Don’t let the […]

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