“Hey Hun, What’s for dinner?”
“Oh, I dunno, some kind of chicken I guess…”
“Mmmm, sounds great.”
Is this exchange familiar to anyone else out there?! Chicken being the go-to dinner solution leaves us with another problem: how to change it up and keep it flavorful. However, chicken dinner can’t be complicated, because chanced are you’re like me and you prepare dinner most of the time with a crying toddler trying to push you away from the counter and a 5 year old incessantly asking you a million questions about anything that pops into her quickly moving mind.
“Mom, did Jesus make Santa Clause? Does Santa have kids, are the elves his kids? Mom, why do bee stings hurt so bad? Mom, can I have some date squares first? Mom! Mom! MOM!….. why do you look frustrated?” This was the exact dialogue endured while I made this last meal. I could only think of an answer to the last question.
One of my favorite restaurants is Carrabba’s Italian Grill, and one of the best dishes there is the Chicken Bryan. Click here to Read More
Do you know what the number one recipe typed into google search engine is? “Simple Chicken Recipes”- and I believe it. I am sure that chicken dinners have dominated over any other type of supper over my entire life, and probably most of yours too.
I remember growing up in Saskatchewan and driving to my grandma’s house in Carmon, Manitoba. We would make the 7 hour drive, in our 11 passenger van, because yes, we had one, and then drive back after our visit with grandma, with 500 pounds of ‘Hutterite chickens’ once a year. Why Hutterite chickens? I am not sure. Why 500 pounds worth? Because, I think, growing up in cold country, it is embedded in your nature to buy in bulk, and prepare for long winters. At least that is what it seems.
We had two deep freezers in the garage, a cellar that was as long as a hallway in the basement, and a refrigerator and pantry in the kitchen- all stalked.
…Or maybe the reason for buying in bulk was because my dad grew up a farmer, and that is what they are use to… Click here to Read More
Who says healthy has to be boring! These jam packed with flavor lettuce cups are loaded with all sorts of nutrients that our bodies crave. With only 10 minutes to prep. and another to cook, these are a home winner and a staple in our home for a number of reasons:
#1 They taste amazing
#2 Everyone likes them- fun to eat
#3 Easy and fast to prepare
#4 Super healthy
#5 Naturally Gluten free! Click here to Read More