If there’s one thing I cook at least once or twice a week it is chicken. Whether it is a whole chicken, chicken parts or boneless chicken there are all kinds of meals you can create all on your own. With that in mind, knowing some of the classic chicken recipes every family seems to know and want is great to have in your cooking arsenal. NYT Cooking has put together 22 classic chicken dishes you should know how to cook so that you can create some poultry magic in your kitchen on any weeknight or weekend. Check it out!
The big game is next weekend and even if you only watch to see what the latest commercials are going to be or to see the halftime show, you want to make sure you have plenty of great snacks on hand. Whether you need snacks for just yourself and your family or are having a big party for the game, Food Network has put together some recipes for great snacks to enjoy. Check it out!
Source: Super Bowl Snacks : Food Network
The first real snowstorm of the season is upon us in my area of New York and most of the East Coast today. That means it is the perfect time to think about comfort food recipes that make you feel warm, cozy and full. Bon Appetit has put together 35 recipes that are some of your favorite comfort foods to get you through the cold weather this weekend and all winter long. Check it out!
I make a lot of my own bread these days. It just tastes better than just about anything you can get from the store, saves you money and makes the house smell fantastic while it is cooking. it also is not as difficult as many people think it is and once you start making your own bread you will wonder why you never did it before. NYT Cooking has put together 20 great bread recipes to try for nearly any occasion. Check it out!
With the new year and the cold weather finally settling into this part of New York, I know my attention turns more to making soups and stews for dinner to give you a warm, satisfying meal. It is even better if you can make healthy choices in the soups and stews you make and the New York Times has provided you with some great options. NYT Cooking has put together a batch of healthy soup and stew recipes for you to try out this winter to keep you warm and cozy, your belly full and your body feeling better. Check it out!
It’s early, it’s the weekend and you may be looking for something to have for breakfast. There’s not much better than having a nice warm pastry fresh from your own oven to enjoy with your coffee or tea. Bon Appetit has 28 great breakfast pastry recipes for you to try that are perfect for breakfasts, snacks, desserts or just any time you feel like having one. Check it out!