Simple, inexpensive, and wonderfully leftover-generating, this is also the perfect busy-person meal...
Dr. Pepper Pulled Pork Fajitas
This dish is a perfect busy-person-with-family-to-feed solution: it takes about five minutes to prepare in the morning, then you just leave the thing all day long, and return home to gorgeously tender pork.
Lemon Parsley Mafaldine w/ Mushrooms, Shallots & Peas
Since the preparation here is so simple, the key is to use great ingredients like fresh, organic pastas and gorgeous vegetables (yet another big thumbs-up to Fairway, Iloveyouneverchange). And don't dress it too heavily; the goal is to let the pasta and vegetables shine.
MOM’S CHICKEN STEW
1. Cut 2-3 skinless, boneless chicken breasts into pieces.
2. Brown chicken pieces in a large pot with 2 tbsp olive oil and some garlic salt.
3. Add 12 cups chicken broth (I just use 12 cups of water and 6 packets of chicken bouillon) to the pot; bring to a boil.
My Mother’s Chicken Stew
My gift to you on a rainy fall evening: my mama’s chicken stew recipe, another one of my favorites from the recipe book she gave me when I graduated from college.
Here’s what you need:
Salt (or garlic salt) & fresh-ground pepper