Articles tagged as easy
By Arlene Marshall on May 15, 2010
Thinking back to the 60’s & 70’s Rumaki was being served everywhere. I’m a liver-phobe, so we just had bacon wrapped around water chestnuts. Now it seemed like it could be re-invented; all you needed was bacon, something crunchy to replace the water chestnut and one other ingredient.
Get Out of the Kitchen with Simple Baked Chicken|
By Arlene Marshall on June 13, 2010
Much more flavorful than poached chicken . . . with the busy & hot, humid days of summer, bake in the cooler hours of the day and refrigerate for using in salads, sandwiches, or just pull out and nibble. As a main course, fresh steamed green beans, tossed salad, and bread round out the meal. Rice also goes well with it.
The French Dip|
By Arlene Marshall on September 20, 2010
This sandwich is for those of you who like easy cooking but very special results. . . this hits the spot!. . . French Dip Sandwich Au Jus. The term au jus, French for "with juice" refers to nicely seasoned meat juices which are served along side the sandwich in a ramekin. You dip the sandwich into the juice before taking a bite; this results in an incredible juicy burst of flavor.
Cooking by the Seat of Your Pants|
By Arlene Marshall on December 16, 2010
Arriving home after a two week trip to California, there was nothing fresh in the refrigerator to cook with.