I came across this recipe known as “Buffalo Chicken Chili” by the group known as Tasty on Facebook. I’m sure you have seen many of their creations shared or liked by your friends and family on there. It seemed simple enough and tasty enough to give it a try (especially if you are looking for something to make for an upcoming Super Bowl party). It also included my favorite kitchen tool: the Crockpot. If you don’t own one or barely use yours, you are missing out! The original recipe is listed below but I added my comments on how I modified it.
We love pizza here at my house and I’m sure most of you do as well. I decided recently to start making my own pizza at home because the local place I normally order from has changed their recipe and it’s a bit gross. The other place I used as my number 2, I don’t like the way their crust tastes usually. It always tastes stale to me for some reason. It really isn’t hard to make pizza. It’s just a lot easier to dial a phone number and pay versus making it on your own. The convenience of it is the only reason I used to order it. Normally, I save my homemade pizza for Christmas Eve and have my son help me through the process. It’s our fun tradition I started a few years ago because I’m sentimental like that. I figured I would pull this out through the year because even though it may take some extra time to make, it’s well worth it in the end.
Who doesn’t love a good meatball? Many stores sell them for convenience but you can make these at home with a little time and patience. They are fun to make and easy for any kind of cook.
Smoothies are probably one of the best treats that are fast and relatively easy to make.
I grew up always hearing the argument of whether it was “sauce” or “gravy” – One being without meat (sauce), and the other with meat (gravy). As an adult, I have slowly been moving toward being 100% vegetarian. Don’t get me wrong, I do love a good cheeseburger, but it is healthier to cut most meat from your diet. I also find it hard to find fresh quality meats anymore. It’s a shame really. This week I wanted to feature what could be a hearty sauce to go along with your favorite kind of pasta, or eaten alone as an entree.