Cookbook author and blogger Jessica Fisher of the popular blogs Good Cheap Eats and Life as Mom has a fantastic solution to eating well during hectic seasons of life. Her latest cookbook Good Cheap Eats: Dinner in 30 Minutes or Less is all about getting good food on the table fast.
The holidays are officially upon us. It's a notoriously busy season, but that doesn't mean that you can't eat quickly and eat well. Krista at Joyfully Healthy Eats has an amazingly easy and delicious recipe for Dijon Maple Salmon. This recipe boasts just three ingredients and can come together in under 20 minutes. It's quick enough for a weeknight dinner, but it will impress your holiday guests as well! Try adding a glass of one of these wines to make it even more enjoyable.
If you're looking for something simple and delicious, give this recipe for Grilled Italian Sausage and Vegetable Orzo Salad from Savory Simple a try. All in all, you should be able to get this meal on the table in 30 minutes. Then, sit back and enjoy it with a nice glass of wine.
We had a pretty hot June by Portland standards. There were some days when it was just too hot to cook or even turn on the grill for that matter (that’s rare for me!). On those days, I just want to eat something light and fresh, yet substantial enough to constitute dinner.
I love cooking and grilling year round, but there are days during the summer where it can be too hot to even turn on the stove or outdoor grill. That’s when I turn to salads or no-cook dishes like ceviche.
With grilling season here, folks have eagerly dusted off their grills and started cooking up the usual suspects: burgers, steaks, and dogs. But what about the less usual suspects, like grilled halibut?