Chopped Steakhouse-Style Salad (Gluten-Free)

Chopped Steakhouse Style Salad; 2015 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part of 46 in the series Food Network
This entry is part of 46 in the series Food Network

 

 

When I was a kid, just like most children, I hated vegetables and didn’t particularly care for salads. If it wasn’t iceberg lettuce with sweet French dressing, I wouldn’t touch it. And I sure wouldn’t eat any vegetables or tomatoes my […]

Mediterranean Chicken with Harissa-Yogurt Sauce and Pistachios (Gluten-Free)

Mediterranean Chicken with Harissa-Yogurt Sauce and Pistachios; 2015 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part of 17 in the series Gourmet Garden
This entry is part of 17 in the series Gourmet Garden

 

If you are anything like me, you are always looking for new ways to prepare chicken. I tend to fall back to my comfort zone, repeating similar flavors and techniques over and over. One of the things I like the most about […]

White and Wild Rice Pilaf #SensationalSides

White & Wild Rice Pilaf; 2015 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part 1 of 46 in the series Food Network
This entry is part 1 of 46 in the series Food Network

 

When I was a child I hated rice because it was boring white, cooked in plain water with no flavorings. It was pretty awful. As a super taster I wanted flavor and interest, anything that would wake up my taste buds. […]

Asparagus Caprese Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette (Gluten-Free)

Asparagus, Tomato & Mozzarella Caprese Salad; © 2014 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part 2 of 46 in the series Food Network
This entry is part 2 of 46 in the series Food Network

 

This week’s Food Network Sensational Sides theme is asparagus, the queen of springtime vegetables. I never liked it as a child because my mom always use canned vegetables for our dinners (bleh!), but when I got older I discovered how delicious […]

Perfect Hard Cooked Eggs Dyed for Easter and Recipes

Making Perfect Easter Eggs & Deviling Them; 2015 Jane Bonacci, The Heritage Cook
This entry is part of 96 in the series Holiday Foods
This entry is part of 96 in the series Holiday Foods

 

 

We have all experienced rubbery and dry hard-cooked eggs with green rings around the yolks. I never liked hard boiled eggs as a kid and I was an adult before I discovered that they can be delightful when cooked properly. […]