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 […]

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 […]

All Meat All The Time

Kitchen Basics: How to Cook a Perfect……..(Insert Favorite Lean Meat)

I forget how much I owe to my education at Oregon State University’s now-defunct College of Home Economics. (Yes, I went there back when rocks were soft! lol) I still can hear my instructors telling us how to know when to flip a burger on the grill or how to pick the sweetest and juiciest […]

Chicken

The Much-Requested Chicken Piccatta

First thing you should know: This is Steve’s favorite recipe. Second thing: Dead simple. Yes, I know I sound like a broken record but delicious food IS easy! Criss-cross applesauce! Simple Chicken Piccatta 2 skinless and boneless chicken breast, butterflied then cut in half OR 1 pound boneless and skinless chicken thighs with all the […]

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