Allow me to introduce to you pure yumminess. Roasted pecan butter. I find this much tastier than almond butter and it's also a lot easier to make. Almond butter requires a really long time in the food processor...like 15 minutes. A lot of people can't make it because their food processor isn't powerful enough. Problem solved....pecan butter. This is so
Did you know that there are specific foods you can incorporate into your diet to increase your cognitive abilities such as focus, memory, problem solving skills and learning? Research has shown that certain nutrients can enhance brain function by increasing blood flow to the brain, calming inflammation and battling fatigue. My favorite way to eat beets is to roast (you lose much fewer nutrients this way than by boiling) and drizzle them with some extra virgin olive oil, Icelandic flake salt…
A twist on roast chicken, this technique from a recipe in Food & Wine tackles the problem of the breast meat drying out by the time the thighs are ready due to the thighs taking longer to cook. Cutting out the backbone and flattening the chicken changes the playing field. Make a slash through the leg to speed up cooking, and the chicken can now be cooked all at once to the same degree of doneness.
Leftover Chicken or Turkey Rice Casserole from Food.com: I had a look at some of the other recipes like this on Recipezaar but mine is a little different so here it is. Occasionally we will have a roast turkey as a treat and this is what I make with the leftovers. I haven't made it with chicken yet but I'm sure it is just as tasty as with the turkey. It is also kid friendly, my 17 month old daughter will eat this no problem. (Cooking time includes 10 mins approx for cooking of rice)
No gas, no electricity? No problem! COBB Outdoor Cooker (yes, it's much more than a grill) is the answer. Cook with a handful briquettes for 2-3 hours or longer. Delicious food. Forget about cold spam out of a can!Beautiful Roast on the Cobb! From Cobb Germany FB page