Moroccan Chicken

Recipes posted a year ago: Balsamic Sirloin Tip Roast Merlot-Braised Rhubarb Stir Fried Pork with Asparagus The best part about having a slow cooker is that you can toss a bunch of ingredients into it in the morning, and when you get home you've got a tasty one-pot meal ready to eat.  This was exactly … Continue reading Moroccan Chicken

Tamari-Ginger Chicken Thighs with Zucchini

In case you were wondering what was on the rest of the plate with yesterday's strawberry rhubarb salsa...this was it!  This recipe is perfect for a potluck, because the sauce/marinade will make enough for at least 16 to 20 chicken thighs.  Or you can simply use all of the parts of about two or three whole … Continue reading Tamari-Ginger Chicken Thighs with Zucchini

Cream of Chicken Stew

I will warn you now: this recipe uses a little bit of dairy - heavy cream to be exact.  So, if you are avoiding dairy, you'll want to substitute (coconut milk would certainly do nicely).  Outside of that, this is a simple and easy recipe that can be cooked up in about 45 minutes and … Continue reading Cream of Chicken Stew

Stir Fried Pork with Asparagus

This recipe was my first time using coconut aminos in place of tamari.  While I can't say it is an exact replacement for soy-sauce, combining it with other ingredients in a marinade or stir-fry sauce is pretty tasty...and soy free too!  As for the recipe, it's intended to be like most other stir-fry meals - grab … Continue reading Stir Fried Pork with Asparagus

Lemon Tajine

The company Karen works for had their Christmas party this past year at a Moroccan restaurant, which was an entirely new experience for the two of us.  Admittedly, there are more than a few ingredients and foods on the traditional Moroccan menu that are definitely not what we would normally eat.  However, for a first-time-ever-trying-this … Continue reading Lemon Tajine

Chicken Curry Soup

The original version of this recipe came from our friend Colleen at the gym, although where she originally found the recipe, I'm not sure.  When I pulled it out of the folder to put on our menu recently, I couldn't help but make some adjustments that would put our own spin on things.  The result … Continue reading Chicken Curry Soup

Tarragon Chicken

Tarragon is an herb you may not cook too much with, but French cooks use it a lot.  It is similar to anise.  You can learn more about it here. It's a wonderful herb for this recipe as it gives a delicious flavor and smell.  This recipe is also nice because it is quick to prepare. Gather Up: … Continue reading Tarragon Chicken