Chocolate Chip Banana Oat Bread – Cooking w/ the DeGroffs #10

Even though this is not technically a meal, the idea, came from the same place, Pinterest. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. The most fun part of this is Liz finds a recipe and then adopts what we have in our kitchen to make it happen. This recipe is so easy toContinue reading “Chocolate Chip Banana Oat Bread – Cooking w/ the DeGroffs #10”

Slow Cooker Corn Chowder with Sauteed Shrimp – Cooking w/ the DeGroff’s #9

It’s amazing how versatile shrimp is, you can really use it in any dish. This slow cooker aka crockpot chowder was so good even in the summer time. As we were making this, I was thinking to myself, why are we making soup in the summer? The answer to that question I’ll never really know butContinue reading “Slow Cooker Corn Chowder with Sauteed Shrimp – Cooking w/ the DeGroff’s #9”

Chipotle-Honey Chicken with Roasted beet spinach salad

We love our chicken our chicken thighs! I’ve raved on and on about why we love them more than chicken breasts, so I won’t bore you with that again. This was a recipe that my wife found and we pretty much winged it from there. The more meals we cook together the more I realizeContinue reading “Chipotle-Honey Chicken with Roasted beet spinach salad”

Seasoned Shrimp and Spiral Zucchini Pasta

We love to cook and that’s why we’re sharing our wins and losses when it comes to our meals. For us, most of the time we have dinners that we would love to cook again. We find a recipe, cook it and then decide if we want to keep it. Usually, the next time weContinue reading “Seasoned Shrimp and Spiral Zucchini Pasta”

Grilled BBQ Pork w/ Spicy Cajun Sweet Potato Fries

We seem to have picked up a pork tenderloin habit recently. I say that because we’ve been eating more of it for some reason. When I start looking at why we’re eating more pork a few things jump out at me. First, pork tenderloins are easy to cook and if done right taste fantastic. Second,Continue reading “Grilled BBQ Pork w/ Spicy Cajun Sweet Potato Fries”

Sage-Lemon Cornish Hens w/ Watermelon Spinach-Arugula Feta Cheese Salad

This meal actually took more than 24 hours to make. Yes, to answer your question, these meals are about empowering you to cook great food at home. Then, why would I make such a complicated meal? Well, it’s not complicated it’s just time-consuming because I made the brine from scratch. With all of these meals,Continue reading “Sage-Lemon Cornish Hens w/ Watermelon Spinach-Arugula Feta Cheese Salad”

Apricot-dijon mustard glazed Pork Tenderloin

Hey honey, what’s for dinner? Apricot-dijon mustard glazed pork with a cheesy cauliflower side dish. How good does that sound? I bet you that your mouth is watering right now. That’s what we had for dinner last night. The apricot-dijon mustard glaze was so good and it was made from scratch. This meal was much more timeContinue reading “Apricot-dijon mustard glazed Pork Tenderloin”

Cooking with the DeGroff’s #1

My wife and I do not have the “Honey, what’s for dinner?” conversation as much anymore…now it’s changed to how should we cook what we pulled out of the freezer. We had pulled out boneless chicken thighs, which by the way is my new favorite cut of chicken. Chicken breasts are the easiest for mostContinue reading “Cooking with the DeGroff’s #1”