Mushroom Risotto and Peas

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I try to keep arborio rice on hand at all times. It’s a great option for nights where I don’t have a whole lot of ingredients on hand, though I typically stock the basic ingredients needed to make risotto.  To make my basic risotto I  use: arborio rice, butter, olive oil, onion, white wine, chicken… 

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Roasted Branzino with Herbs and Lemon

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After a recent trip to my local Wegmans, I noticed that they had fresh, whole Branzino on ice, (aka, mediterranean seabass, bronzini, spigola, bronzino, etc..) which naturally peaked my attention, and I excitedly bought two. Branzino is a mild white fish with a firm texture and few bones. They’re not particularly large fish, only usually… 

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Chicken Kimchi Stew

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I’ve had a bit of a obsession with fermented foods lately. As backwards as it sounds, adding foods to your diet that are rich in bacteria actually help to keep your gut in a healthy natural balance, which aids in digestion and can help to boost your immune system. Fermentation is  a chemical reaction that… 

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Turkey Scallopine a la Piccata

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Piccata is one recipe that we keep in regular dinner rotation here at our house, based on the fact that I keep the basic ingredients stocked in my pantry at all times. We typically change the recipe based on what protein we have on hand. Most often we prepare it with chicken but we have… 

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