Ah, shawarma. The middle eastern sandwich composed of meat grilled on a spit and wrapped in a grease-soaked pita. A staple of urban lunch crowds and bastion of post-nightclub fast food seekers alike. There is nothing quite like that combination of seasoned grilled meat, tangy pickled turnips, pungent garlic sauce and spicy hot sauce. Throw […]
Warning: images of poultry dismemberment ahead. Like, not live poultry or anything….but you will see the inside of a raw chicken. I have no idea who came up with the term “spatchcock” when basically referring to a butterflied whole chicken. Whoever it was, was a cheeky bugger. A spatchcock chicken is just a flattened whole […]
When I was just a little girl, my Canadian parents picked up and moved themselves and three kids to the USSR. Why, you ask? To this day, I am not really sure. I suspect my parents may have been trying out communism. That was a fad in the 80’s, right?
Remember those balsamic bbq ribs I made recently? Well, my friends, you are in for an easy weeknight treat.
So, my pretties, here were are in the home stretch of Soph n’ Stuff’s week of make-ahead meals. Today I bring you… Chicken Parmesan!
My passion for cooking is limited. I mean, I love to cook – but only when I’m not exhausted. Otherwise it is a chore, and I hate it when a fun thing turns into a chore.
Did you know you can cook a pot-roast… With a whole chicken? Yes boys and girls, pot roast is not just for your tougher cuts of roast beef. This is a one-dish wonder, perfect for a Sunday evening. I actually made it on a Thursday. I originally intended to throw it all in my slow […]
Through osmosis, I as a Canadian have learned certain American terms that I vaguely understand but don’t really “get”. Such as things like “attorneys”, “congress” and “the war on drugs”. And such as the hero sandwich. It must be an American thing, to call sandwiches heroes. When I googled “chicken parm sandwich”, the results that […]