Tips for Cooking, Storing and Handling Chicken #SandersonFarms

Tips for Cooking, Storing and Handling Chicken #SandersonFarms

Chicken is one of the most common proteins that we use in our foods these days. I make chicken at least twice a week for my family. I’ve been working with Sanderson Farms for a few months now (disclosure – I am compensated via OM Media on behalf of Sanderson Farms for sharing) to share different recipes like Grilled Beer … Continue Reading →
4 Amazing Slow Cooker Recipes for Thanksgiving

4 Amazing Slow Cooker Recipes for Thanksgiving

I love using the slow cooker, and other cooking tools, whenever I can to make my life easier especially on the holidays like Thanksgiving. The folks at McCormick have come up with four amazing recipes that will be perfect this Thanksgiving, or any day, that you can make right in your slow cooker. If you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner and … Continue Reading →
Coq au Vin – A Classic Chicken Recipe

Coq au Vin – A Classic Chicken Recipe

Coq au Vin is a classic chicken dish. Actually it was a way to cook old roosters way back when. The French name translates to rooster in wine. These days most of us only have access to regular chickens at the store but this still makes a great dish. It is time consuming but has such a wonderful flavor. I … Continue Reading →
Chicken Piccata – Recipe

Chicken Piccata – Recipe

Yummy! I love classic dishes and Chicken Piccata (or Veal Piccata) is one of them. There is a bit of variation, but tonight I used thin sliced Sanderson Farms chicken breasts (disclosure: I am being compensated by Sanderson Farms, opinions are my own) and the pan sauce has chicken stock (or you could use white wine), lemon, a bit of butter, … Continue Reading →
Carved Halloween Mummy Watermelon

Carved Halloween Mummy Watermelon

So everyone carves pumpkins for Halloween but why not switch things up this year and try carving a watermelon for Halloween? After crafting your watermelon into an artful mummy, take advantage of the healthy, immune-system supporting qualities of the lycopene leader among fresh produce. At 92 percent water, as well as an excellent source of vitamins A and C, watermelon … Continue Reading →
National Cookie Month – Infographic

National Cookie Month – Infographic

Did you know that October is National Cookie Month? How great is that, an entire month to celebrate cookies of all kinds! This is actually a great time to gather recipes and maybe practice the cookies you will make for the holiday season coming up. I do actually love cookies even tho I do not eat many of them. When … Continue Reading →
Pulled Pork Pasta Recipe

Pulled Pork Pasta Recipe

I love watching Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives on Food Network. The other day I was watching and one of the restaurants they featured, Highway 61 Roadhouse, shared their BBQ Spaghetti. This restaurant is actually here in St. Louis but I had not heard of it. The rest of the menu looks amazing too so my family and I will be … Continue Reading →
Bravo Cucina Italiana 2-Course Dinner Menu Review

Bravo Cucina Italiana 2-Course Dinner Menu Review

Sunday evening Hubby and I were invited to try out the latest menu specials at Bravo Cucina Italiana Restaurant. Disclosure – this means our meal was free, but these opinions are my own. They are offering a 2-course meal starting at just $12.99 which includes your choice of salad and an entree. That is a really good price in  my … Continue Reading →
National Filet Mignon Day – Recipe and Infographic

National Filet Mignon Day – Recipe and Infographic

Today is National Filet Mignon Day! Celebrate with a nice juice steak like this recipe for Filet Mignon with Herb Butter Sauce and Mushrooms. The filet is one of the most tender cuts of beef and very flavorful, it is also quite lean. The filet is often sold already wrapped with a strip of bacon, this adds fat and flavor … Continue Reading →