I did my best to turn traditional Stuffed Cabbage Rolls into a time-saving, budget friendly, one-pan meal.
Author Archives: Jennifer Taylor Schmidt
Eating Well Made Easy: Beef Bolognese Sauce
With a little planning and patience, beef bolognese sauce can be an easy, yet flavorful addition to the dinner table.
Eating Well Made Easy: Flank Steak with Chimichurri Sauce
This recipe is a fresh, flavorful, quick meal that won’t break the bank.
Eating Well Made Easy: Traditional South African Bobotie ( made GF and DF)
Traditional Bobotie is a tart and savory meat casserole that is baked with an egg custard on top.
Eating Well Made Easy: Apple Sage Breakfast Sausage
While most breakfast sausage is made with pork, this beef option is a flavorful variation sure to win over your family.
Eating Well Made Easy: Dirty Rice with Beef Liver
I tried again and again to find a way to prepare liver so that my whole family would eat it with enjoyment. This Dirty Rice, to date, is the only way everyone in my family will consume liver and ask for more.
Eating Well Made Easy: Bone Broth
Broth has a long history as a healing food. The term “bone broth” rose to popularity with the advent of the paleo diet. In the natural health world, the difference between beef stock and bone broth is time.
Eating Well Made Easy: Barbacoa
Barbacoa is a Mexican meat dish that traditionally consists of steamed meat (beef, lamb, or goat) which is cooked in an underground brick lined oven. This produces a tender, flavorful cut of meat that is then shredded and served with sauce. While barbacoa recipes have been modernized and even “Americanized,” the spirit remains the same.Continue reading “Eating Well Made Easy: Barbacoa”
Eating Well Made Easy: Pho
Pho (pronounced “fuh”) is a traditional Vietnamese soup consisting of rich, flavorful beef stock, rice noodles, thinly sliced beef, and a wide variety of garden fresh vegetables and herbs.
Eating Well Made Easy: Smoked BBQ Brisket
Many pit masters, both amateur and competitive, perfect amazing, tried-and-true recipes, but keep them close to heart. For this month’s recipe, I’m sharing the long-perfected family recipe your family won’t share.