Risotto definitely gets put into the category of a fancy meal. A meal you can only make for special occasions or eat when you go out to a fancy dinner. However, it is not as difficult as it's made out to seem. This butternut squash risotto should easily be one of your weeknight staple meals.
Remember say 8 months ago when the work day was over and you went to a thing called happy hour? Me either. However, if I did remember happy hour, I most definitely would think of buffalo shrimp from our local restaurant.
Vacations have a phenomenal way of messing up your eating routines completely. Luckily I had everything on hand when I got home to make these deliciously tasty skinny Mexican style ground turkey stuffed peppers
Hocus Pocus terrified me as a child and I still feel like I can't properly look Bette Midler in the eye.
Everyone once in a while I come across a recipe I just NEED to share. This is one of them.
According to Half Baked Harvest, apple is for September and pumpkin is for October. I'm not one to follow rules, aka I always where white after Labor Day, but after making these sweet treats, I'm ready to follow her advice.
Sure, slow cookers can be convenient, but this shredded chicken only needs a half hour to cook. There is nothing time consuming about this recipe, except maybe deciding which delicious toppings to include.
I can always tell that autumn is coming when suddenly, I get cold in the middle of the night.
Usually at Chinese restaurants you have the option of getting fried rice or white rice as a side. I don't trust people who don't get fried rice.
All I need to hear to be sold on a recipe are the words crispy and buffalo.