Bourbon Glazed Carrots

This elegant side dish is delicious, easy to prepare, and could stand on it’s own as a first course or appetizer. Plus, you get to set stuff on fire.

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Cajun Jambalaya

Today is Mardi Gras, which means it’s time for some Cajun Jambalaya!  The observant chef will notice that this dish bears a striking resemblance to paella, but somewhat simpler and with different ingredients.
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Instant Pot Stock

Almost all restaurants make their own stock – it’s one of the things that gives restaurant food that additional depth of flavor and texture. Traditionally, this process takes 8 – 12 hours at home, but the method here takes less than 2 – and most of that time is hands off – thanks to using a pressure cooker (Instant Pot).

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