Sharing a spiced lamb chili with butternut squash & kale using local American lamb today! This chili is hearty and comforting, with lots of warming spices and satisfying ingredients. The ground lamb gives it a rich flavor, while the caramelized butternut squash adds a little sweetness. It comes together really easily and simmers for just about an hour on the stove. Perfect game day recipe to warm up with on the couch or bring out to a tailgate! Continue reading “Spiced Lamb Chili with Butternut Squash & Kale”
An extra simple, extra flavorful chipotle chili with a side of honey cheddar cornbread. It’s full of warm spices, caramelized onions, lots of peppers, and kidney beans. Includes minimal ingredients, yet packs in a nice kick from the chipotle peppers & adobo sauce. Topped with all the usual suspects, this chili is the perfect thing to cozy up with!
It wouldn’t be fall without a really good new chili recipe, and this year I’ve got a super simple, completely delicious one for you. It’s pumpkin chorizo chili, packed with spices and topped with tangy yogurt and fresh ingredients to contrast the cozy chili. It is the perfect bowl of comfort to settle in with on Halloween night!
I’ve got fennel orange pork meatballs coming your way today, with all the toppings and flavors you could ever need. We’ve got a bed of sauteed fennel & radicchio, the roasted meatballs sitting right on top, a sweet chili glazed drizzled over everything, some fresh slices of juicy orange, tangy feta cheese, toasted almonds, and fresh herbs. It’s a mouthful… but an absolutely delicious one.
A game day go-to recipe that you will want to make over and over again, all winter long – white bean turkey chili that’s full of spices and topped with fresh, vibrant garnishes. I’m serving it with the most delicious, simple cheddar cornbread…because you really can’t have chili with cornbread, right?!
Oh how I love poached eggs! Firm white outside…thick, silky yolk on the inside… Nothing can really compare to breaking into the egg. The bright yellow yolk gently runs out, creating a rich “sauce” for whatever lies underneath. While I usually eat poached eggs for lunch each day on top of thick toast that’s spread with avocado, I also like to incorporate them into my dinners. And tonight I’m eating them over a hearty bowl of lentils.