Grilled chicken is the unsung hero of summer. It’s versatile, it can feed a crowd at a moment’s notice, and it’s delicious whether it’s been soaking in a marinade for hours or seasoned with just a sprinkle of sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper.
Several years ago, my partner and I spent a month in San Antonio, where his family lives. We were both unemployed at the time, so we spent the days driving around the city exploring and eating all the wonderful food. We consumed a lot of chili.
Fried chicken and potato salad are a favorite summertime combo. Still, to enjoy it the old-fashioned way with bone-in, battered deep-fried chicken and potato salad mixed with lots of chopped celery, pickles and eggs takes so much time.
I have a pretty small kitchen with a limited amount of room (ask my basement how it feels about being the overflow storage space). So whenever I feel the inclination to add “just one more thing” to my cooking supplies, I have to ask myself, “Will I use it? Will it earn its real estate?”
Few summer treats are as iconic as the ice pop. Hot days, a rainbow of colors dripping down your arm: It’s pure bliss. And it happens to be bliss that you can easily create in your own kitchen, especially if you’re hesitant to bring home store-bought varieties that may have artificial colors and flavors.
This recipe dishes up all the crave-able quiche goodness you could want in a much more healthful way thanks to a few strategic tweaks to the usual formula. Its custardy egg filling, with a rich, round flavor and seasonal ingredients, is cradled by a tender, melt-in-your mouth pastry crust.
A grape known as côt in the Cahors region of France and made famous by Argentina continues to build support in the Northwest under the name of malbec. This red Bordeaux variety has become a rising star in many corners of our region – the Columbia Valley, Idaho’s Snake River Valley and Southern Oregon.
While high school seniors missed out on tuxedos, dresses and graduation gowns and caps, Pizza Hut is toasting this year’s graduates by giving away 500,000 pizzas in a partnership with the nation’s dairy farmers, CNN reports.
One of the most well-known aspects of the Trader Joe’s franchise is its frozen food section. During quarantine, it’s a godsend. It’s probably safe to say that a lot of us are a bit burned out on cooking day in and day out. For those looking for frozen options that cater to different dietary needs, are a bit more health-conscious and offer a wider variety of cuisines, Trader Joe’s has you covered.