Since the sauce is hearty and chunky, it’s perfect to make in the slow cooker. While any part of the chicken works great, Gina Homolka prefers to use skinless chicken thighs that are still on the bone. The chicken comes out so juicy and tender, and the bones add flavor to the sauce.
Chris adds something a little unconventional to this classic Italian bean soup. And it works.
Mojo is the catchall Latin American name for several types of sauces varying in flavors and spiciness. Mojo sauce is commonly served over meats and potatoes, but it can also flavor anything from tomatoes to peppers to avocado. In Cuban cooking mojo applies to any sauce that is made with garlic, olive oil, and a […]
Looking for more ways to enjoy asparagus this spring, we found a great recipe online from Martha, keeper of the blog A Family Feast, that reminded us of our summery Grilled Shrimp Wrapped in Prosciutto from the Food Schmooze® archives. Like you, Martha and her husband Jack are home cooks who value ease and fresh, […]