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.
Seeing with new eyes in the kitchen means cooking is a delicious adventure that will have you looking a carrots in a whole new way.
Win the battle of life with this salmon marinade. You’ll feel victorious whether you pan-sear or grill your beautiful salmon filet.
Live life in the present at the table with family and friends. Lean into the moment, make memories, and cherish relationships.
Enjoy this winsome, delicious spaghetti sauce on a weeknight. Assemble it, let it simmer an hour, catch up on life in the meantime, then enjoy!
Give this cheesy cornbread with jalapeños a try. Then you’ll learn why this humble and delicious quickbread is a staple in kitchens across the south.
Engaging in small acts of creativity everyday provides a feeling of flourishing. Soothe your busy life: Get creative in the kitchen and COOK!
For those nights that you need a go-to meal when you feel like your “going to pot”, try chili mac. This dish is delicious and fast, just what you need!
The most important lesson I learned in culinary school was that with just a modest amount of skill and knowledge, anyone can cook!
Thai Green Curry Chicken is a one-pan meal that cooks in 20 minutes. Enjoy the fragrant spice of the curry over lime Jasmine rice.
Linger longer at the table with these four tips that will make short work of kitchen cleanup. No love of cleaning the kitchen necessary!