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Cooking Basics: How To Roast Beets
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How To Roast Beets Once you bring some beautiful fresh beets home (look at how pretty those golden beets are!) you need to decide what beet recipe you are going to make. Roasting fresh vegetables is a great way to add an extra punch of flavor. Check out How to Roast Beets to see just how easy…
Sunday Roast for Two, Any Day of the Week
Sundays are for roasts! Or well, any day is a good day for a roast, especially when you make all the trimmings to go along with 🙂
Hot Roast Turkey
Are you guys turkey fans? I’m a HUGE turkey lover. I know a lot of people only eat turkey because of tradition, but I really love the stuff! This year my mom isn’t hosting her typical Thanksgiving. There won’t be…
Crock Pot Honey BBQ Pork Roast
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Crock Pot Honey BBQ Pork Roast This crock pot pork roast recipe is a 3 ingredient crock pot recipethat takes less than five minute to prepare. It is so easy to make. Dump the crock pot ingredients in the slow cooker and you will be serving this Crock Pot Honey BBQ Pork Roast for dinner in…
For coffee gourmet snobs that need a whole bean
Dark Roast Coffee. You will not be able to walk thru your kitchen without opening this coffee just to smell these freshly dark roasted coffee beans which are 100% arabica coffee. These are the same artisan roasted coffee beans that you will find in gourmet stores, espresso bars and cafés! The fresh roasted coffee beans will get you hooked on gourmet coffee.
Koffee Kult Dark Roast coffee is artisan small batch roasted on one of our 15 or 60 kilo coffee roasters overseen by a roast master with 25 plus years of experience. Koffee Kult Dark Roast coffees roasting profile is developed to second crack in the roasting process and then released into the cooling bin for a fuller, more even flavor. This coffee is roasted in the USA to USA food standards, not a third world country. Then packaged as whole bean coffee to ensure optimal freshness in a resealable coffee bag with a one way value to enable the beans to degas while keeping air out.
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Say goodbye to dry oven-roasted chickens. This Lemon Rosemary Chicken recipe will show you how to roast the perfect chicken in the oven and feel good about the food you eat.
I’m excited to partner with Wolf in a series of posts in the next couple of months to help you make meals your family will love. After all, the kitchen is the heart of the home so my hope is that you pick up a few new favorite recipes and techniques that will yield delicious family meals.
As important, I want to talk about something very dear and concerning to both Wolf and me: the fact that less and less people are actually cooking homemade meals. Did you know in 1900 we ate 98% of our meals in our homes? Today, it’s less than 50%. We spend hours watching cooking shows but only 31 minutes a day preparing meals ourselves.
The solution to change this is easy. Start with one meal per week and just cook! Cooking for our families doesn’t necessarily mean making elaborate meals. It could be the simplest of things, like roasting a chicken. I’ve been roasting my own chickens in the oven for years and never thought to write about the process, much less do a video! So today is the day I share how I do it with you.
As a full-time working mom who juggles three kids, homework, activities, and still cooks all of our meals at home, I’m constantly on the lookout for time-saving kitchen shortcuts that will help me get a healthy meal on the table so we can enjoy our dinner together.
Today’s roasted chicken recipe is my favorite. I have a rosemary bush outside my kitchen door that I received as a housewarming gift over 8 years ago. Back then, it was a tiny plant but over the years it has given me the pleasure of seasoning a lot of meals.
I typically roast a chicken, or two, for our Sunday meal and enjoy it with vegetables and rice. Leftovers can be used to make tacos, chicken salad, wraps, quesadillas, soups, and much more. Wolf has lots of recipes and tips that will inspire delicious dishes in your next weekly meal plan on their website; so make sure to check them out.
You always hear me talk about shopping and prepping for the week on Sundays, putting together a meal plan for the week, and even how I shop on a budget. One of the reasons I’m sharing this recipe with you today is to help you achieve that one meal “together” and make the rest of the week easier to plan out.
What I love about this Wolf campaign is that you don’t have to be a chef to make many of the recipes my collaborators and I are sharing. I encourage you to come back for more recipes I’ll be sharing and even follow the #ReclaimtheKitchen hashtag on social media. One can never have enough kitchen inspiration.
If you are wondering how exactly do I cook two chickens at once in one oven, the answer is that big turkey-roasting pan that typically gets used once or twice a year. I use it nearly every week! I can fit two chickens side by side and use the extra chicken for other recipes! Side note: I prefer stainless steel roasting pans like this one to the “non-stick” pans. Over time, the non-stick coating chips off and the pan has to be discarded. The roasting pan you see today (below) is nearly a decade old and still going strong.
Check out how easy it is to roast a perfectly juicy chicken in the oven.
If roasting your own chicken looks easy, it’s because it is! I promise you that once you taste the difference between your homemade chicken and one that has been sitting at the store for a few hours, chicken will never be the same. Your family will love the rosemary flavors, the juiciness of the meat, and the aroma that will fill your home while it’s cooking in the oven.
I love this Reclaim the Kitchen video. It’s fun, upbeat, and it encourages us to start with just “one meal per week” and get cooking with our families -together. That “one meal” will turn inspire great conversation and happier meals together.
How many meals per week do you cook at home? Do you find it difficult to make meals for your family? What would you like to improve?
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