When it’s cold, we always make more soup, and one of our favorites is Spicy Chicken Noodle Soup. By substituting Shirataki Angel Hair Noodles for the real thing, we enjoy a more low-carb version of our favorite cold day treat. Ingredients: 48 oz Reduced Sodium Chicken Broth 1/3 cup Reduced Sodium Soy Sauce 3/8 cupContinue reading “Amazing Lower-Carb Spicy Chicken Noodle Soup (with Shirataki Noodles)”
I think everyone craves hearty, warm foods in the winter. At our house, we usually cook a lot more curry, stew, and chili. One thing we love to make is our spaghetti sauce; Rob and I both like hot, so this is a pretty hot dish. However, this dish only uses cayenne and crushed redContinue reading “Our Fra Diavolo Spaghetti Sauce (Yummy! Spicy!)”
I don’t like to do much cooking in the summer that doesn’t involve a grill. However, this pot roast uses a slow cooker and is easy to make. If you don’t think of it as the perfect summer food, let this be a prelude to the autumn that lies before us.
Erin has contributed a new recipe to the Julepstyle recipe database. It’s for some really yummy pizzas. And even though I’m writing this in the morning, I’m craving some of her Pizza!
Saturday night, my family cooked a lowcountry crab boil (aka Frogmore Stew, although sometimes that one doesn’t have crab). It was the best meal ever. Serve it with some drinks and crusty bread; it’s always a party. Simple, yet tasty.
Julep Style has another recipe submission: Oven-Fried Chicken. This recipe puts a healthier spin on the traditional Southern dish. It’s also much easier to prepare because there’s no popping oil to deal with.
This weekend, Julep Style received some amazing new recipes from Elizabeth (my sister)!
Julep Style recieved its first vegan recipe submission today, and boy does it look yummy! I can’t wait to make this sandwich!