What’s for dinner?
Take two minutes out of your day to learn something new and be inspired to answer the most important question you face every day, “What’s for dinner?”!
Listen to Chef Sandra Lewis’ “A Savory Moment” for kitchen tips and tricks, fun stories, interesting food facts, and recipes.
Fill up here to fuel your journey as you engage in the most important activity in life – cooking, and more importantly, sharing the table with family and friends.
Research shows that people who cook and spend time at the table are healthier and happier at home and work.
Cook for health. Share the table for community.
Homemade granola is a snap with this simple recipe. Enjoy this oat-based granola made with maple syrup for breakfast or as a snack.
Pure maple syrup is more expensive than imitation brands, but it’s worth every penny. This syrup produced by a labor of love is delicious and good for you!
Enjoy pistachios in a new quick and easy way – as a crust on pan-seared chicken. Finish this dish with a mustard cream sauce for an elegant weeknight meal.
Meals are better when shared. There’s no better way in life to build strong relationships than gathering at the home table for a nightly meal.
This buttermilk biscuit recipe is fit for a king. Super simple and easy enough on a weeknight that you’ll never want biscuits out of a can again!
Long before you were popping biscuits out of a can, these baked beauties were enjoyed around the globe. Enjoy this delicious bit of biscuit history.
You can have a delicious bowl of chili from countertop to dining table in 30 minutes. It’s an easy weeknight recipe that will have your tastebuds dancing.
History points to Texas as the epicenter for the origins of chili. This beloved fare was named its official state dish in 1977. And not a moment too soon!
Highlight the nutty flavor of brown rice with the addition of apple juice, sage, and walnuts. Bake brown rice in the oven for ease and even cooking.
ove yourself to be very wise. Give sage, an ancient, delightful, and hardy herb with healing properties, a place in your garden and on your plates.