What's for Dinner? What do you make that is quick and easy, and you almost always have all of the necessary ingredients on hand or that incorporates leftovers to avoid food waste. Kind of like a Pantry Challenge, but you can use items out of the fridge and freezer, too.
This hearty casserole takes only 10 minutes to prep, then into the oven for a super easy dinner. Add a salad or your favorite vegetable side to round out the meal. Asparagus, broccoli or carrots all go well with chicken and rice dishes. Baked Chicken & Rice Casserole Print recipe Although not totally neccessary, for… Continue reading Baked Chicken &Rice Casserole
Like many of you, I feel at loose ends with this virus all around us, not knowing how long it will take for life to return to normal and it sounds like this may be our new normal for weeks to come. The worldwide coronavirus crisis is bringing out the best and sometimes worst in… Continue reading Sunday Reflections: Community Strong
A news story showed up in my Facebook newsfeed about a hospital in the area asking the public to sew these CDC-compliant face masks for the staff. They appear to be super simple to make. These masks are reusable and can be washed and sterilized. Are they legit? Well, a Health Care Professional friend of… Continue reading Homemade CDC-approved Medical Face Mask to Donate to Medical Facilities
This Instant Pot Italian Chicken Breasts recipe has a few more ingredients than I usually care to use. But it seriously doesn't take that long to prepare this delicious dish and it was amazing! Easy enough for a family meal and fancy enough for company. Use fresh herbs and serve with steamed broccoli for a… Continue reading Instant Pot Italian Chicken Breasts