Bored with breakfast standbys and looking for a challenge? This interesting dish may be just what you’re looking for.
Warming up on a cold night with comfort food like this never tasted so good. From the November/December 2019 Our Ohio magazine.
Add some flair to a familiar favorite with this fried chicken recipe.
Saute shallots and garlic together in olive oil until tender, add piquillo peppers and pomodorino sauce and bring to a simmer. Season with salt and pepper to taste and puree.
A staple of picnics and family reunions, almost no dish heralds the dawn of summer more than chicken salad. Grandma’s recipe might be best, but this offering from Lorain County Community College Culinary Arts Institute kicks it up another notch.
Add the cut vegetables to the slow cooker and cover with rinsed lentils. Add the canned tomatoes, tomato paste and vegetable broth. Top with spices and cook five to six hours on low or seven to eight hours on high….
Garnish this tomato soup with a chiffonade of romaine lettuce, blue cheese crumbles and crispy bacon to serve as BLT Soup.
Chicken Brine Place all ingredients in a ziplock bag with two cups ice, seal bag and place bag in a bowl in case it leaks. Keep chicken in the brine at least two hours, or it can remain in the…
Crispy tostadas are Mexican “open-faced” sandwiches, which are flat taco shells that hold layers of toppings. They’re festive and easy to make, especially after a day of perch fishing on the lake. Place the fish in a baking dish and…