Pasta with Chicken, Corn and TomatoesPasta with Chicken, Corn and Tomatoes is a quick meal that can be on the table in about 30 minutes. Busy, active lifestyles require meal planning inspiration that can keep the household fueled and coming back to the table.
Curry-Lime Chicken Thighs with Tomato-Lima Bean SalsaThis dish is great for spring and summer gatherings. The rich flavor of the chicken and the wonderful texture and seasonings for the salsa are a wonderful combination.
Sweet Spicy Salmon with Honey-Mango SalsaSweet Spicy Salmon with Honey-Mango Salsa will impress this Mother’s Day. Add roasted green beans or asparagus on the side and start the meal with a toast to Mom.
Mexican-Style Pot RoastMexican-Style Pot Roast is a hearty Cinco de Mayo dinner choice. You can make the dish today and simply heat up and serve when the margaritas start flowing on Friday.
Beef Roast With Roasted CauliflowerThis dish is Sunday supper worthy. But the dish won’t be special if it’s overcooked.
Chicken with Roasted Tomato SauceThis is a great weeknight meal for busy households. I like to switch up the pasta to whole-wheat as well. You can use angel hair or linguini too.
Lentil and Pomegranate Pasta SaladThis colorful lentil and pomegranate pasta salad is perfect when entertaining a crowd, or make it ahead to have ready for a filling lunch during the week.
Cashew Chicken with Orange GlazeFlorida grows a variety of oranges, but the most popular are Navel, Hamlin, Pineapple, Ambersweet and Valencia. In the kitchen, oranges will last longer when refrigerated.
Roasted Chicken with Potatoes and FennelThis is an easy spring entrée that showcases tarragon and fennel, ingredients with similar flavor profiles. Both have refreshing notes of licorice or anise.
Slow Cooker Corned Beef and CabbageThe ingredients for this traditional stew simmer in your slow cooker during the day. By Friday night your St. Patrick's Day dinner will be ready.
Catfish with Caper SauceCatfish are caught in waterways throughout Florida but are not a commercial product. Nonetheless it’s a staple of Florida rustic cuisine.
Chicken Thighs Braised with Spring Leeks, Carrots and TarragonChicken is the little black dress of protein — it’s always in style and goes with everything.