Lemon Garlic Chicken 6 chicken thighs 4 lemons About 10 garlic cloves 3 Tbsp of oregano 2tsp of onion powder 2 tsp of Paprika 3 TBSP butter (optional) Preheat oven to 350. Layer the bottom of a baking dish, or cast iron skillet with lemon slices and garlic cloves (reserve 1 lemon). Season the chicken… Read More Lemon Garlic Chicken
I always get questions about my pork shoulder, so here are a few tips to making a great pork shoulder. Marinate marinate marinate! If you can’t marinate the night before, marinate it that morning or better marinate it before you toss it in the freezer. So when you defrost it its already ready to go.… Read More Pork Shoulder Tips/Tricks
Original full recipe in Grammy’s lovely handwriting 🙂 Here’s a favorite at my house that gets the kiddos to eat veggies and great for using any leftover Thanksgiving ham in. I only make half of the original recipe from my Grammy Medcalf and it makes plenty for a family of four. I also make… Read More Grandma’s Veggie Cheese Soup
At the Melton house we do not eat fancy food. We eat quick meals, that appear to be fancy! That is just me being totally honest with you. With our 5 year old and 2 year old, we have not done a great job of making them eat what we eat. Often I have to… Read More Chicken Tortilla Soup
My favorite time of year is here; FALL! With it comes cool crisp evenings, beautiful colors of leaves on the trees, and of course, the holidays! Of all the holidays, Thanksgiving has got to be one of my favorites to celebrate. You get all the yummy foods you get at Christmas without the headache of… Read More Not My Mama’s Mommas’ Gumbo
My lovely friend Rachel and fellow MrsMom Contributor inspired me to dig deeper into the cauliflower crazy going on. She posted her fall soup recipe. Fun Facts Cauliflower is in he Brassia olerancea family along with broccoli, sprouts, cabbage, collard greens and Kale. Cauliflower Fried Rice, Really this is a thing? I can’t say that… Read More Cauliflower Trend?