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Grilled Stuffed Burritos with Chicken, Feta, and Sargento Mexican Cheese

These burritos are like the pinnacle of food for Joe and me. They’re stuffed with everything imaginable – shredded chicken, couscous or rice, black beans, corn, Mexican blend cheese, salsa, Greek yogurt or sour cream, and feta cheese. Sure, fancier food is nice, but these burritos are something we could eat day in and day out, all the time. We love them. They’re the pinnacle of food for us because they’re like the burritos we get at a local restaurant called Neato Burrito. I’ve written about Neato Burrito before as we’ve tried on several occasions to recreate their yumminess at home (partly … Read more

Quick & Easy Chicken Curry with Cilantro Couscous

How to make the best quick & easy chicken curry with cilantro couscous - This simple Indian recipe is perfect for weeknight dinners.

Joe and I have started a new adventure, inspired by our friend, Joanne. Joanne, who normally cooks very little, has made it her mission to cook a new recipe every week. In order to accomplish her goal, she has borrowed an assortment of cookbooks from friends and family. She marked the recipes she liked, and she’s working through the marked pages one week at a time. We were inspired. We’ve decided to do the same. This was our first experiment. It was delicious.   Adapted from a Pampered Chef recipe A Final Note (or two) I think this would be … Read more

BBQ Baked Beans with Bacon (Stovetop and Slow Cooker Instructions)

BBQ baked beans recipe with bacon - These super easy and simple beans are perfect for potlucks or parties, but families love them too. Mix with couscous or rice or just serve plain as a side dish. So amazing!

  Summer is almost here! I have the perfect recipe to take to the neighbor’s BBQ, your friend’s picnic, and the potluck at your church. It’s easy to make, very inexpensive, and it feeds a huge crowd. It can simmer all day in the crockpot or cook on the stove top. It travels well, so I take it to casual get-togethers all year long.   Print Recipe BBQ “Baked” Beans Course Main Course, Main Dish Cuisine American Servings Ingredients 2 cups couscous or rice uncooked1 pound bacon1 tbsp olive oil1 large onion coarsely chopped3 cloves garlic1/2 cup brown sugar packed2 … Read more