Crockpot Honey Sriracha Chicken

honey-sriracha-chickenbanner

I have spent much of yesterday and today on the couch or in bed with a cold – sore throats are no fun, but I am grateful for tea. Also, I recently received my first-ever parking ticket. I guess it was bound to happen eventually, living in Atlanta This Crockpot Honey Sriracha Chicken is a really…

Read More »

Braised Winter Chicken with Rice

Braised Winter Chicken with Rice

Last weekend we went to Athens to see one of Drew’s younger brothers, Jake, open for a band at the Caledonia Lounge. We’ve loved getting to watch him develop his singing and songwriting skills over the past few years. Check out his song Young Enough – it’s my favorite! Also, I’ve gotten a little sick of…

Read More »

Chicken Sausage, Potato, and Spinach Soup

spinach-sausage-potato-soup2

With all the fanfare regarding child sex trafficking surrounding the recent Super Bowl, I thought it would be appropriate to share a little about where I’m working right now. For the past several months, I’ve been working as a research intern with Georgia Cares, an organization that works with victims of domestic minor sex trafficking…

Read More »

Persian Pomegranate Chicken

horizontal-persian-chicken

This dish vaguely reminds me of pad thai. I think it’s the lime and the nuttiness from the walnuts? And this is a pretty easy and quick meal. The first time I made it, I thought it would take quite a while to prep and cook so I almost didn’t make it because Drew and…

Read More »

Brie, Chicken, and Chipotle Raspberry Panini

side-view-chipotle-raspberry-panini

Remember the Chipotle Raspberry Sauce I posted the other day? Well, here is the promised recipe that makes great use of it. This sandwich certainly isn’t everyday lunch fare, but it makes a great once-in-a-while treat that can brighten your day or impress company. Serves 1 Brie, Chicken, and Chipotle Raspberry Panini   Save Print Prep time…

Read More »

Turkey Poblano Tacos

close-turkey-poblano-tacos

Today was a rainy and dreary day. I finished The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot and it had me feeling pretty dreary inside, though I had greatly enjoyed the story. I’d read Silas Marner last month and am still surprised that a book with such a bright ending and a book with such a bleak ending could…

Read More »