Just because it’s summer, doesn’t mean schedules get any less hectic. So every now and then a slow cooker recipe that is both easy and delicious comes in very handy. This one fits the bill easily. If you’re not familiar with chicken tikka masala, think of it as Indian food for beginners. It’s spicy, but not in a heat-like way, in a spice way, but not overly so. Am I making any sense? It’s also wonderfully creamy and comforting….
Summertime may be a few weeks away on the calendar, but by the thermometer on my patio, I’d say it’s already here. That means grilling season is also here. I like to grill everything. Grilled Caesar, grilled fruit, grilled seafood, grilled veggies. But nothing really beats a grilled steak though. Especially if it came from a 100% grass-fed cow from a local farm. The beef is the star but the chimichurri sauce is light, bright and fresh….
A few weeks ago I was lamenting to my friend, Theresa who is a fellow food blogger (Island Vittles) that I had half a pound of ground beef in my fridge and nothing to do with it. She suggested I make lahmacun. Uh, come again? What’s a lahmacun? Well, it turns out that it’s a delicious and easy Moroccan flatbread. They’re typically made with lamb, but I had beef, so that’s what I used. I also seriously upped the amount of meat. The recipe from Saveur magazine that I adapted only used 3 oz of lamb for 4 flatbreads. However, it’s important not to overload the dough with the topping, otherwise they won’t be crispy on the bottom. I have found that 6-8 oz is the perfect amount….
Welcome to my first post on Little White Apron! For my inaugural post I wanted to do something that my family loves and is super easy. A few weeks ago my oldest daughter was home from college and I made these chicken tacos. They were a huge hit! This recipe is a little spicy. If you have a tendermouth in your family (or are one yourself) you can back off on the jalapeño and…