Caprese Chicken

As I mentioned in my post about honey–dijon chicken, which you can read about here, I am always looking for new ways to prepare chicken. I have always loved caprese salad, so I decided to try caprese chicken. First, I gathered and chopped all of the vegetables, which did not take long at all. I … More Caprese Chicken

One–Pot Pasta

I love easy dinners that require little to no clean up. In an attempt a simple dish with minimal cleanup to become a staple, I tried to make one–pot pasta. Most of the vegetables were canned or required no preparation, so I only had to chop the onions and garlic. I cooked the pork in … More One–Pot Pasta

Honey–Dijon Chicken

My go–to method for cooking chicken is simply broiling it in the oven with a little salt and pepper. It’s easy, but not the most flavorful. I’ve been searching for a similarly easy method that would be a little tastier, so I decided to try honey–dijon chicken. First, I gathered and chopped the vegetables. For … More Honey–Dijon Chicken

Steak Fajitas

I absolutely love fajitas. They are so fresh and full of flavor – exactly what I need during the frigid winter months. I had never tried making fajitas myself, so I decided to give them a try. First, I allowed the steak to marinade in the sauce. While I was waiting for it to be ready … More Steak Fajitas