African Peanut Stew

African Peanut Stew (A Seat at the Table)

I think this is the first time I’ve cooked collard greens before.  They work wonderfully in this African Peanut Stew; they hold up well, add a subtle earthiness, and a great texture to this creamy stew.  Collard greens tend to be inexpensive compared to other greens, but kale, swiss chard, or other greens would workRead more

Morning Glory Baked Oatmeal

My second semester of Organic Chemistry started this week.  Winter break felt far too short, but I’m trying to get pumped about rocking another semester Chemistry.  What I can get pumped about is breakfast.  This baked oatmeal is delicious.  It’s a little on the sweet side, which makes it fantastic with a dollop of plainRead more

Paprika and Sumac Braised Chicken with Carrots

Sumac and Paprika Braised Chicken (A Seat at the Table)

How do you decide what to make when you have company coming over?  Do you stick with an old standby recipe, or try something new with the potential for deliciousness or disaster? I typically end up trying something new, with the promise that if whatever I make turns out to be inedible I’ll order pizzaRead more