Moroccan Chicken & Lentils – Tagine

Moroccan Chicken & Lentils

Moroccan Chicken & Lentils is a flavour packed, but simple stew. Tagine is another name for this dish. It’s also the name of the cooking vessel that you use if you are cooking this in Morocco, or any North African country.  I don’t own a tagine. Which I hope to remedy soon. But, lacking a tagine, I’mRead more

General Tso Cauliflower & Mushrooms

General Tso Cauliflower & Mushrooms

General Tso Chicken is a popular dish on Chinese restaurant buffets and take out menus. By the way General Tso chicken, is an American invention. They don’t eat this stuff in China. Personally, I’m not a fan. I find that the texture is often dry and chewy, and the sauce cloyingly sweet. But in thatRead more

Cajun Red Beans and Rice – Rice and Beans Recipe

Cajun Red Beans & Rice

The combination of beans and rice, or, of any pulse with any grain, is a common practice all over the world, has been for centuries, and with good reason. Both grains, and beans, in all of their varieties, are staple foods that sustain many people still. Together, they taste good, keep well, are inexpensive, and pack maximum nutrition.Read more

Chicken Stroganoff – Lighter Stroganoff Recipe

Chicken Stroganoff

Chicken Stroganoff is my lightened up version of stroganoff. Stroganoff is a favorite quick comfort food, and a very delicious old classic with variations of it popular around the world. I made this chicken stroganoff on a cool and blustery day when we were craving some noodles and some creamy-ness. I always love a good oneRead more