This one skillet Chicken Thigh meal with Mustard Wine Sauce is one of the best meals I’ve made in a long time. Pair it with fresh baby lettuce and spoon out extra sauce on your plate to use as the dressing. It couldn’t be easier. Perfect for a busy weeknight meal.Continue reading “Chicken Thigh Skillet in Mustard Wine Sauce”
Macaroni and cheese is one of my favorite comfort foods. It inspired this quick weeknight one pot meal. I replaced macaroni with zucchini noodles and added some rotisserie chicken for extra protein.Continue reading “Cheesy Chicken Zucchini Noodles”
This recipe combines the sweetness of a poached pear, with the savory flavors of chicken broth, Dijon mustard and tarragon. I love the way the sweet and salty flavors compliment each other, especially when served with chicken and the peppery flavor of arugula.
This meal is easy and comes together quickly; the hardest part is peeling the pears. Continue reading “Chicken with Red Wine Dijon Poached Pears”
These salmon cakes, hands down, are one of my most requested meals from my clients. I make them with fresh salmon which makes such a difference, so the salmon really shines! Continue reading “Salmon Cakes”
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, these eggs benedict grass-fed burgers will hit the spot! I like to eat grass-fed beef because the cows are raised in pastures, just the way mother nature intended. They only eat grass and other natural greens throughout their lives. What’s the alternative? Conventional cattle are fed grains and even corn, which aren’t part of a cow’s natural diet. These substitutes are used to get the cattle to market faster, not for health. Continue reading “GrassFed Eggs Benedict Burgers”
This Sloppy Joe recipe is so much healthier and tastier than anything you’ll get out of a can. It is paleo, which means no processed food, just good clean ingredients. Continue reading “Paleo Joes”
This asparagus salad has raw shaved asparagus, roasted chickpeas, and a wonderful lemon vinaigrette. It screams spring to me. Continue reading “Spring Asparagus Salad”