Split pea soup is considered a hearty, stick to your ribs meal, chez Chuck. I was in the mood for it the other day and didn’t fancy that kind of heaviness during a heat wave.
Month: August 2016
The other day, I was wondering what to do with leftover rib meat?
This bacon and cucumber sandwich is the best light summer brunch or lunch ever. First of all, you need good bacon.
This stew is fantastic with summer vegetables and surprisingly light. Serve it in a bowl but eat it with a fork, while dunking hearty chunks of bread in the gravy. It will become a real family favorite.
The first thing you need to do is determine the cooking time for your prime rib roast, here is a handy chart to help get you started. HOWEVER, different cuts and different ovens cook differently – your first temperature check with a meat thermometer should be about half way through […]
This recipe was written for my first-born son when he was heading off to university – there is nothing better than a good egg salad sandwich when you’re busy and on the go.. and don’t know how to cook!
The key to a good stir fry is both ingredients and timing – follow this exact recipe for a restaurant-quality stir fry that the whole family will love. Not only is it tasty and nutritious,