Caesar Salad

This Homemade Caesar Salad is tangy, delicious and the perfect compliment to almost any meal. Time: 10 minutes Level: Easy Cost: About $4 (for the whole thing!) Serves: 4- 6 Ingredients 2 egg yolks 3-4 cloves garlic. minced 2 TSP dry ground mustard 1 TBSP Worcestershire Sauce Juice of 1 lemon 1 TSP anchovy paste … Continue reading Caesar Salad

Panko Crusted Chicken Cutlets

Although this recipe is already contained in a number of other recipe posts on this blog, I thought it was worth sharing by itself because making these crispy, golden cutlets opens up a world of creativity in terms of what you do with your pan sauce.  Once fried golden brown, you pop them in the … Continue reading Panko Crusted Chicken Cutlets

Cajun Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

This classic Cajun stew is perfect for a cold winter's night - or pretty much any time.  The flavor profile is totally unique; if someone were to ask "What does gumbo taste like?" the answer is "It tastes like gumbo!"  And it is totally delicious. Time: 90 minutes - 2 hours Level: Intermediate (bordering on … Continue reading Cajun Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

Chicken A La King

I know what you might be thinking.  For many, the thought of Chicken A La King conjures up the worst of that era of the 50s and 60s when everything came from a can.  When people couldn't figure out what to do with leftover chicken,  they smothered it in cream with canned mushrooms - or … Continue reading Chicken A La King

Chicken Parmesan

This dish is an Italian-American classic, but is also unique because it utilizes two flavor profiles that are commonly considered opposed to one another:  Chicken and Marinara Sauce.  We usually think of Classic Marinara Sauce as a sauce that accompanies read meat - beef, sausage, meatballs.  In contrast, we usually think of chicken and seafood … Continue reading Chicken Parmesan