Are you in charge of cooking the turkey this Thanksgiving? If so, you HAVE to try this family recipe for a super delicious, juicy, moist turkey. The secret ingredient is Dry Brine. You need to plan ahead three days, so keep this in mind when prepping. Dry brining involves applying salt to the food and allowing it to rest before cooking, resulting in succulent, flavorful meat and a crowd-pleasing crispy skin.
This is my new favorite salad - it's hearty, sweet and crunchy. Ingredients 1 cup chopped pitted dates 2 cups farro, cooked (see package instructions) 1 cup marcona almonds 1 apple cut into 1/2 chunks 5 cups of crunchy mixed greens Handful of loosely chopped parsley Cooked chicken chunks (optional) Mama Charvet’s Dressing 1/4 cup…
I love fresh beets, and I finally figured out a sure-thing recipe that blows my friends away. They are sweet, just like candy, and I can serve this dish with any meal. Ingredients 5-10 multi colored fresh beets (canned will NOT work) 1/2 cup of olive oil and balsamic vinegar (mixed) salt and pepper Directions Cut the stems off the bulbs. Peel and slice the bulbs in halves or quarters, depending on the size of your beets.
Serve up a crisp and crunchy summer side with these delicious salad recipes from ModernMom’s Brooke Burke. All three are crunchy, colorful and full of great protein – the perfect options for a healthy and tasty lunch that won’t weigh you down! Endive, Cucumber and Tomato Salad Wash and slice endive, cherry tomatoes andIsraeli cucumbers. Toss together with my French Dijon shallot dressingand add salt and pepper to taste.