Good News! Our First Video Is Up!
Visual. Visual. Visual.
Drool. Drool. Drool.
That is our goal.
We have changed the site around completely and have worked very hard to make things look better and to let our pictures play wing man to the recipes.
If you're reading this on your mobile, you will see a very simple, different site, but just scroll down to the bottom and click on Web to see the full version or go to your laptop!
My husband, Andre, and I will be KC from here on and I am really excited to start sharing our new recipes, videos, and more with you. So what can you expect?
What to expect in the next couple of weeks:
Please let us know what you think of the new design, and don't forget to share the site or a recipe if you love it!
EXPECT OUR FIRST VIDEO LATER TODAY!
Happy Eating & Keep Smiling
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Thank you for your patience since September. I was very sick for all of October which gave me some time to think about new ideas (those drug induced dreams eh!) and I am really excited.
Lots of Love,
Roasted chicken has to be moist, tender, juicy and well marinated. This recipe is extremely easy and is made using very few ingredients. I had the butcher put deep BBQ cuts in the whole chicken and take the skin off. It is important to take it out of the oven and leave it covered with foil for at least 15 minutes before serving. This way the chicken is tender and moist when you serve it. I served it with steamed vegetables, but you can always have it with a salad or anything else that you like. If you are on a low carb diet then this is perfect for you. You can make the whole chicken, shred it and keep it in an air tight container in the refrigerator and eat with salad or by itself whenever you are hungry.
Sounds fancy huh? Nope, this is the tawdry, “makes you gasp” version of a gorgeous salad I once had at a restaurant where I was served Arugula with delicious aged cheddar, sliced strawberries, a little blue cheese, almonds, and some other lovely ingredients. But, let’s be honest, no one is fancy on a daily basis. We eat a lot of salad and though we like our classics, we experiment with some very simple ideas all the time. This was one such time. This was ridiculously delicious, so stop freaking out at the “faux” vinaigrette. Lazy Wednesdays call for experimentation and easy alternatives. No measurements given as it all depends on your taste.
hAPPY eATING & kEEP sMILING
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