This is a recipe, or more of a how-to, for Old-Fashioned Hash from leftover ingredients that include pork roast, cheese, potatoes, and a host of vegetables. It’s topped with sunny-side-up eggs. It’s a wonderful breakfast that stems from one of Julia Child’s cookbooks.
This recipe for Graham Cracker Chicken produces tender and juicy – and savory – results. It’s not at all sweet, nor does it taste like graham. It just tastes like incredibly good, well-seasoned chicken. It’s serious, everyday, comfort food cooking.
Here’s a cute bit of everyday cooking: instant cookies! By simply keeping your dough in the fridge, you can bake up fresh, homemade (chocolate chip, for instance) cookies in any quantity, on a whim. Just ask Jacques Torres. (Cookie dough freezes well, too.)
Born Again Sandwiches: an example of how you can turn leftovers into something heavenly. It’s a bit of easy, everyday cooking that everyone ought to believe in.
Pop! Pop! Pop! How to Make Perfect Popcorn on the Stovetop. This is a bit of everyday, homemade cooking that everyone should know.
How to Make Pan Fried Chicken Breasts (Boneless, Skinless) with a Simple Dredge: quick, easy, everyday cooking
Cooked, 8 grain hot cereal for breakfast: easy, everyday cooking. It reheats well, so you don’t have to set aside time to make it on a weekday morning.
This homemade stovetop macaroni and cheese recipe uses a cheese sauce that’s made from powdered milk, cheese, and beer. Two of these items you probably have in your possession. The third, if you simply stocked it, would always be at the ready and would be very handy in a bomb shelter.
It’s a simple bit of everyday kitchencraft that requires very little how-to know-how.