Cast iron cooking is a great way to obtain even heat and a great flavor--especially if your pan is well-seasoned. Here's a recipe for a one-pan dish that can be served as a hot soup or poured over rice or noodles for a hearty meal.
Pecan pie and oatmeal partner together for a melt-in-your-mouth divine pie. Did you know that pecans contain the highest amount of antioxidants than any other nut? Pecans are packed with Vitamin E, which can help prevent cell damage.
This hearty and rich soup is easy to make and has a dramatic presentation. Use leftover bread slices that have been left out to dry for a couple of days for the best results. By using low sodium broth you can season according to your own preference.
Creamy and cheesy, this is a dish the whole family will love; it’s got just enough kick from the chilies and it’s loaded with tender pulled chicken breast and gooey cheese. This could be a featured dish on your Cinco de Mayo spread.