Those meals that take a little longer to prepare and develop flavor over time, building anticipation until it’s finally time to eat, these are the meals I call Sunday Supper. Can you taste the love? ❤
Here I go again, twisting up a classic to put the best flavors of Thanksgiving on the table with minimal stress. If you’re looking for a way to simplify your homemade holiday dinner, but still have your favorite turkey, sausage stuffing and gravy combo, this might be the best thing you read all day.
I’m a lucky woman, being married to a guy who enjoys being in the kitchen as much as I do. Les is dishing up the silkiest, richest potatoes, accented with roasted garlic and our favorite cheese blend. I’ll have seconds, please!
My Nonna always used to say… oh, wait, I never had an Italian grandmother! But with a little research and good ingredients, anyone can rock a classic Italian comfort food.
Shhh, there’s actually wine and rosemary in my beer can, and to shake things up a bit more, I’m also roasting our honey glazed chicken in the oven rather than on the grill.
Chock full of hearty whole grains and classic fall flavors, the comforting nature of this soup is exactly the way I want to usher in my favorite season.
This Sunday Supper dish takes a little more time than an average weeknight meal, but the payoff for your patience is tender chicken, covered in savory mushrooms and a rich, gravy-like coating.