Chicken Cacciatore

January 30, 2018 chief cook 0

You will have more than enough time while the spaghetti is boiling to put together a wonderful chicken cacciatore dish, as long as you’ve done the once a week food preparation! If not, this can still be a thirty minute meal: just chop up the veggies while you pre-cook the chicken, and then start the […]

Green Scramble Eggs

January 30, 2018 chief cook 0

OK, so the eggs themselves aren’t green, but I love adding spinach to my eggs when I scramble them. It’s a wonderful flavor combination, if you’ve never tried it, you should. view full post »

Wild Rice Salad with Pecans and Oranges

January 30, 2018 chief cook 0

This salad is light, tangy, and refreshingly delightful! You can serve it up fresh and warm, or you can make it ahead and refrig it for the hottest days. Potentially, it could be the basis for a whole-meal salad, if you added more rice and a source of protein, like beans or fish. Here’s the […]

Turn Your Passion For Food Into A Career

July 27, 2017 chief cook 0

There’s nothing better than building a career out of something you truly love. For some people, that’s art, or media. For others, it’s something a little closer to home. If you’ve always been a real foodie and have true talent in the kitchen, you may want to turn your passion into a genuine career path. […]

Cuisine You can Enjoy in Melbourne

June 13, 2017 chief cook 0

Melbourne is practically the New York City of the great Down South. The city is a melting pot of cultures and peoples. None other than the diversity of restaurants in the city reflects this. If you are a Melbournians, you probably would have tried food for more than a dozen countries by now. If you […]

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