My kids generally hate anything with sauce. Out of the 4 of them, only one likes ketsup and none of them like ranch dressing. If it isn’t the cheese sauce in Kraft Mac & Cheese or my customized marinara for pasta, anything wet is an absolute “no go.”Continue reading “Light Teriyaki Steak Bowl – For My Kids”
Tell you what! This was the trifecta of “good, easy and affordable.” This meal kit was thankfully straightforward, easy to follow, involved little back-and-forth of things going from a pan to a bowl and back to the pan again. The end result was delicious, filling, affordable and something I would cook again from the recipe without the boxed preparation.Continue reading “Home Chef’s ‘Cajun Shrimp Tacos’”
Decent stuff, very filling. I have a bit of experience with out local empanada sources and these would compete with the more mediocre of the group. Though, I’m not entirely sure what qualifies them as “Cuban” because the spices were simply cumin, paprika and thyme. Continue reading ““Cuban” Chicken Empanadas with Lime Crema and Avocado”
It’s so frustrating, even when you know what you’re doing and you’ve read the recipe before starting, you still need to pay attention to what is happening while you’re cooking each ingredient. Continue reading “Grilled Chicken Cobb Salad”
Early a.m. work @ 03:00. Errands around town with #3. Friends. Pool. Grilled burgers (sautéed onions, havarti cheese and arugula). Those string “pop” things with the littles in the back yard. Crash on the sofa by 21:00.
Didn’t see or hear a single explosion. Zero complaints. Continue reading “Grilled Burgers with Sauteed Onions, Havarti and Arugula”