On the night my friend Dot completed chemotherapy, a group of friends was going over to her house to celebrate. Due to the chemo and the accompanying fatigue, they opted to order pizza. As I read her email, it was 2:00 in the afternoon and I agreed pizza sounded tasty. And easy.Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Lazy Friday Night Pizza”
My local grocery store has started carrying pre-cut vegetables like zucchini pasta, acorn squash pasta and sweet potato “rice.” The sweet potato rice is now a favorite of mine.Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Sweet Potato Cinnamon Hash”
I love soup. Warm. Easy. Comforting.
Watch the video to see how easy it is to make cheeseburger soup.
The recipe, as well as Tip and Tricks, are included. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Cheeseburger Soup”
Qabuli Palow is one of the most popular dishes in Afghanistan. I figured out a way to easily mimic this dish. Is this recipe the “real deal”? No, but it tastes incredibly good and reminds me of my time spent in the country. Best of all, it’s all done in a rice cooker (and with a fraction of the oil). Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Qabuli Palow”
Whether it’s Qdoba, Chipotle or Moe’s, building your own burrito in a bowl is a tasty treat. Save some money and do it at home. It’s easier than you can imagine. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Naked Burritos”
Friends + Soup + Netflix = A Great Evening In. This soup is extra comforting when served with some warm, crusty bread. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Sausage and Kale Soup”
Breakfast? Dinner? I say both. French Toast is always a winner. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: French Toast”
Part soup. Part stew. Part cabbage rolls. All served up in one wonderful bowl. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Stuffed Cabbage Roll in a Bowl”
Folks, pay attention. This dish is so incredibly delish. And easy. I’m not confident in my fish-cooking skills, but I figured this was worth a shot. And I’m so glad I tried it. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Asian Salmon and Kale Rice Bowls”