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Skillet chicken with anchovies is a flavor packed, Whole30 weeknight dinner with garlic, anchovies, and capers. Our family enjoys this at least 2x a month as it's the ultimate guilt-free comfort meal.
Cilantro lime shrimp are one of the easiest dishes you will ever make! Seasoned with chili powder, cumin, lots of garlic, cilantro, and lime juice, these shrimp cook quickly and are packed with flavor. You'll love this simple, healthy protein in fajitas, tacos, rice bowls, and more! GF, DF
Of all the classic Italian dishes, creamy chicken marsala pasta tops the list of our favorites! Cook chicken thighs or chicken breasts in a sauce made from Marsala wine, sherry vinegar, and balsamic. Add lots of sautéed mushrooms and shallots, then toss with al dente pasta. Finish with lots of grated Parmigiano Reggiano for an easy, elegant weeknight dinner!
Slowly braising pulled pork in a dutch oven is our favorite way to make tacos de carnitas! The pork is tender, flavorful, and unbelievably juicy. You'll love serving it in tortillas with chopped onion and fresh cilantro or in burrito bowls (rice bowls or salad bowls). An easy, make-ahead meal that is family-friendly and great for entertaining! GF, DF, Whole30
Chicken and waffles is the perfect start to any lazy brunch. Dress it up with maple syrup and serve with fresh squeezed oj or mimosas! Trust me, this is the best chicken and waffles recipe! Don't forget the spicy hot sauce!
Pan seared scallops are much easier to make than you might expect! With the right technique and a good pan, we will show you how to cook scallops perfectly so you achieve that golden brown sear every single time! And BONUS the cook time for scallops is only 2 minutes!
Homemade salmon rillettes is a decadent holiday appetizer or kickoff to a Feast of the Seven Fishes Christmas Eve meal. Poached salmon fillet and smoked salmon are mixed with softened butter, sour cream, lemon, capers, sautéed shallot, and fresh herbs. Chill in a fridge to help setup, then serve at room temperature spread on crackers, bread, or endive leaves. A luxurious first bite! GF
Learn how to cook Chilean sea bass at home! This rich, buttery white fish is delicious pan seared on a stove top. It cooks quickly and will take on the flavor of any sauce you pair with it. We recommend pan seared Chilean sea bass with lemon beurre blanc. A truly luxurious restaurant-worthy meal at home. GF, DF