Falafel & Lavash

If you're at all like me, then you're the type of person that eats the same thing over and over until you're so sick of it you hope that you never see it again. Right now, falafel is my main squeeze, and we're far from over. Because it's been at least a day since I've … Continue reading Falafel & Lavash

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Coq Au Vin

Despite being a Wednesday evening, I decided that I really needed to make coq au vin. This is not exactly a quick, 30-minute meal for a busy weeknight, but I was not to be deterred. I was already picturing the shocking purple hue of chicken swimming in a sea of wine and cognac, with pearl … Continue reading Coq Au Vin

Polenta & Chicken with a Balsamic Pan Sauce

There comes a time in every child's life when they decide that protesting their dinner is worth sitting at the table for an inordinate amount of time. I remember my first sit-in, and to this day have not taken another bite of Chicken à la King. For one of my sisters, it was lima beans. … Continue reading Polenta & Chicken with a Balsamic Pan Sauce

Korean {Style} BBQ Meatballs & Fried Rice

Like every other American, I love Trader Joe's grocery stores. The fact that the closest Trader Joe's is two hours away is inconvenient (even if it makes a great excuse for a girls' day trip to the city). This weekend, as I prowled the crowded aisles of a Chicagoland Trader Joe's with a good friend, … Continue reading Korean {Style} BBQ Meatballs & Fried Rice

Chicken Stew & Skillet Biscuits

Today was a very cold day - single digit temperatures and windy - which made it a great day for for staying in and making something warm and hearty for dinner. The Sun Bucket started at 333 C (631 °F). I wanted a no-frills kind of dinner, but something slightly more substantial than soup. Stew … Continue reading Chicken Stew & Skillet Biscuits