Over medium heat, melt the butter. Add the sage and cook until aromatic and lightly golden, about 2 minutes. Add milk and chicken stock, bringing to a light boil. Once boiling, whisk in the polenta and cook until thickened, about…
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.
A relatively simple dish with a touch of flair, these boneless turkey breasts are great for a dinner party or an average weeknight meal. No turkey? No problem. Chicken breasts work just as well.
Combine all of the ingredients in a stockpot. Simmer for three to four hours. Puree or cook down extra salsa and allow it to cool completely before freezing to preserve freshness. Make sure some space is left in containers or…
Place the roast into the slow cooker. Combine the rest of the ingredients and pour over meat. Cook on high for four hours or low for six to eight hours. Slice or shred meat to fit in pitas. Serve in…
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….
Pull cooked meat apart and serve in choice of shell—corn, flour, hard or soft.
This recipe produces a delicious, juicy chicken that makes a great meal served with potatoes and another vegetable. It usually results in enough leftover meat to make a chicken pot pie or white chili for another night.
Forget the fondue pot. This fondue bakes right in the pumpkin. It practically screams “take me to Thanksgiving!”
The holidays are definitely a time for indulgence, but by tweaking a few of the ingredients, including use of whole wheat pastry flour, indulgences just got a little healthier. This also is the perfect way to get the kids involved in the holiday baking.