Hot and Ready Rotisserie Chicken: $6.99 Well Spent

We were at Sprouts Farmers Market this week buying fruits and veggies to start my adventures in juicing. It was late and I was getting tired. So when my husband suggested getting a pre-cooked rotisserie chicken from the deli for dinner, I was all for it. At home I quickly stir fried some sweet peas, […]

Cooking with a Camera: Fish Tacos with White Sauce, Mango Salsa and Black Beans

Last night I decided to try homemade fish tacos. I made everything fresh except for the tortillas and beans. Those I bought pre-made. If, like Robert Rodriguez, you think that tortillas should never be store bought and you want to make your own, check out his recipe here. Mango Salsa Ingredients: 1 mango, 1/4 of […]

Cooking with a Camera: Pork and Apple Skewers

This is what happens when I have thawed three pork chops for dinner and I just can not face another boring pork-chop-and-potato meal. I make up a recipe using stuff I have around the house. I had a small gala apple, half a red bell pepper and half a purple onion. Look around your kitchen […]

When Life Gives You Cabbage

Have you ever gone to the store planning to buy a head of lettuce only to accidentally return home with a cabbage instead? There it sits on the counter, staring back at you. Daring you to figure out what to do with it. Of course there is the old stand by: cole slaw. But it’s […]

Bachelor Chow

You may remember Bachelor Chow; a fictitious product made famous on Futurama. It sprang to mind when I was trying to come up with a house warming gift idea for a friend who recently moved to a new apartment. I madeĀ  my own version of Bachelor chow for him, and it is actually quite delicious. […]