Recipe borrowed with permission from www.strongertogether.coop where you can learn all about your food and where it comes from.
Recipe borrowed with permission from www.strongertogether.coop where you can learn all about your food and where it comes from!
Chicken cacciatore is Italian for “hunter’s chicken,” and it’s a classic, simple way to prepare poultry. This version has added vegetables and makes use of inexpensive leg pieces, which stew to tender perfection in the slow-cooker. Serving the flavorful sauce over brown rice stretches the meat, and makes use of every drop of chicken-y goodness.
A combination of melty mozzarella, sturdy Halloumi and salty olives on sourdough crust make this pizza worth skipping the takeout shop and staying in for! Serve with a Greek salad and a bottle of red wine for a simple yet satisfying dinner.
It’s day 5 of Alberta Co-op Basics Week, and I’m sharing a recipe from one of my favorite cooking websites, Budget Bytes. It’s full of yummy, healthy recipes that won’t break the bank. This one is an amazing tomato sauce that can be used just about anywhere: on pasta or pizza, spread in sandwiches, brushed […]
Have you ever said “I should’ve had a V8®!” but would rather make it at home and know where the ingredients come from? You can! This recipe is from How it all Vegan by Tanya Bernard & Sarah Kramer