One of the world's greatest comfort foods, a dinner that means great happiness all around. Match it up with spaghetti or some other noodle, and soak up that sauce. (And this recipe has a little twist to keep the chicken crispy!)
If you have had burrata, my guess is that you love it. I don’t know of many people who have tried this magical cheese and thought, “Eh, that’s okay . . . ” If you haven’t had the chance to try burrata, I would be honored if this recipe became the first occasion. Creamy burrata cheese, salty prosciutto, a handful of greens, and a drizzle of honey add up to one of the best pizzas.
When you are serving up a rich main course like brisket or slow-cooked teriyaki beef tips or lamb stew, a zesty salad filled with strongly flavored greens is the most amazing counterpoint. It keeps your tongue on its toes, so that every bit of the deeply savory dinner is appreciated anew. This is a slightly deep thought. I am a slightly deep food thinker.
SLOW-COOKER BARBECUE PULLED PORK LOIN Even though pork loin is a lean cut of pork, it becomes wonderfully fork-tender in a slow cooker. Shred it with two forks right in the crockpot, so it mixes in with the barbecue sauce and the cooking juices.