When I think of delicious, creamy soups, carrot soup is not one that immediately comes to mind…until I made this. I found this Roasted Carrot Soup recipe in April’s issue of Good Housekeeping and thought it looked good and would be a reasonably priced soup, which it was. When I told my husband I was […]
This recipe was in the April 2014 edition of EveryDay with Rachael Ray and it looked so different from my typical meals, I decided I had to try it. (If I could get it in at $10 or less, which happily I did.) This spicy tomato poached eggs, “shakshuka,” is a Middle Eastern dish which can be served for breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner.
The mix of paprika, cumin and cinnamon is SO good on these tropical chops. There’s a smoky yet sweet flavor, which I think would taste great with chicken or even fish too. This meal cooks in less than 30 minutes, cost $8.52 for a family of four (the price includes a side of steamed carrots), and is super easy to make. Perfect for a hectic weeknight.
Today on KKTV 11 News…Making Brioche Rolls at The Cliff House at Pikes Peak (Delicious, Easy & Cheap!)
A couple of weeks ago I learned how to make gnocchi from The Cliff House at Pikes Peak Executive Chef, Justin Boudouin. I couldn’t believe how easy AND cheap it was. We’re serving this with pan cooked pork chops that I simply cooked in a skillet with olive oil, salt and pepper. Carrots were also on sale so I’m steaming them in the microwave to round out the meal.