35 Real-Life Cooking Tips For The New Grad (Or Any Other Inept Chef)

You are going to probably mess a lot of things up. It's June. Some of us will be graduating from things (high school, college, med school, from the size 1 Diva Cup to size 2, whatever). As we move ahead in life, some people will need some help in the kitchen.Also, some people just need help in the kitchen regardless.I present: all the crap I learned by screwing things up in the kitchen....more

Vermont Chicken Pie

Vermont Chicken Pie, chicken, smothered in rich gravy, and topped with golden buttermilk biscuits. A church dinner staple, this is delicious comfort food for Sunday dinner. http://thehungrybluebird.com/recipes/vermont-chicken-pie/ ...more

Creamy Italian Noodles

This pasta side dish is very simple to make and goes well with most chicken/beef main dishes. My kids love it and will eat several helpings. It would also be good with some chopped vegetables added. We usually have it with honey mustard chicken as a main dish. 4-6 servingsIngredients:1 pkg. (8 ozs.) wide egg noodles1/4 cup butter, softened1/2 cup whipping cream (can use half and half if you do not want it as rich)2 tsps. Italian salad dressing mixParmesan cheese to sprinkleDirections:...more

How (not) to Follow a Recipe

For dinner tonight, I made this delicious Chicken and Rice Casserole, which I was excited to try because I love the Campbell's Chicken and Rice bakes but I never have the Cream of Anything soups because I find them visually gross and off putting.So this was perfect!Only, of course, what I ended up making was in no way a Chicken and Rice Casserole....more

My Top 5 Non-Traditional Exercises

I have always believed non-traditional exercise had a higher success rate at pleasure secretions in my brain than running or walking up an invisible staircase. As far as endorphins and their correlation to exercise; sex seems to satisfy two birds with one bush. Or something like that. ...more

Lime Chicken Fajita recipe brings flavor to lunch

This recipe for lime chicken fajitas was ...more

A Marriage Made in the Kitchen

I think it all started with the naked Julia Child impressions. We were newly married and everything was fun. We weren't entirely naked while cooking, of course – aprons were a requirement and oven mitts (worn wherever) were allowed. There were other rules, too – no deep-frying, for example, for obvious reasons. Using plummy, authoritative voices we would do a fictitious play-by-play of dinner preparation: "Place the turkey in the oven for 350 minutes at 120 degrees. Oopsie! [take slug of wine]."...more
Leslie I. I wonder how many of them were naked?more

Try This Tasty Salmon With A Twist

Hey guys, so last week I found out from Angela Lanter’s Snapchat that March is National Nutrition Month, so this week I’m sharing my Roasted Salmon recipe. Roasted salmon is one of my all time favorite recipes to prepare and eat. I just love everything about it. With Spring approaching, (YAY to the 60°weather this week in the New York area) I really want to commit to eating healthier options for the well-being of my body because I have a summer wedding coming up, I want to look and feel great. Check out the roasted salmon recipe below and, if you love Salmon as much as I do I would love to hear your how you prepare it. I’m always on the hunt for new ways to cook Salmon. Enjoy xx ♥ ...more