This fantastic stir fry calls for a trip to your favorite Asian market or big supermarket. The bok choy adds color and the thai chilies bring some heat! Easy to adjust to your spice level, this dish is quick, easy and pretty enough for company.
This rich, spicy (if you like) fragrant curry is a wonderful winter dish. A great vehicle for a variety of vegetables you'll be happy to have this one in your recipe box.
Quick and easy with the use of an Instant Pot or pressure cooker, this tasty pork is incredibly tender and full of flavor with just the right amount of heat. Perfect as taco filling, I love it in a Quinoa or rice bowl as well. To make it in a slow cooker - follow the recipe and cook the meat on low for 6-8 hours. YUM
This easy, quick sauté celebrates the beauty and fresh flavor of farm fresh zucchini and yellow squash. Ready for dinner in a few minutes, the leftovers are also wonderful in salads, quinoa bowls and omelettes.
This tasty salad showcases the beauty of fresh spring vegetables. Adjust it to your tastes and enjoy with all your favorite summer meals.
This fresh, healthy "pasta" dish is full of flavor. It's beautiful enough to serve to guests and quick enough for a weeknight meal. Everyone in your house will love you for it. If you can't find ground chicken, substitute ground turkey and turkey sausage
I love this easy, quick method for baking boneless, skinless chicken breasts. The use of parchment paper and a hot oven results in a moist delicious chicken. I often bake a big batch and use them in soups and salads all week long
This quick, beautiful salmon is fantastic served hot or cold. It's a dish everyone at your table will enjoy. As a bonus, it's on the table in less than 30 minutes. Throw some asparagus in the oven at the same time, and you've got a healthy, delicious meal.
This smokey, hearty chili will please everyone in your house. It's vegetarian, vegan, paleo and, of course, gluten free. This chili is a nice addition to the table for those of you observing Lent too.