Tag: cast iron

Frittata with broccoli and pancetta

A frittata is maybe the easiest way to make a fancy breakfast. They are so easy and so good. Recently I discovered that you can cook a frittata in one pan too, which is a game changer over here (I’m all about less cleanup). I use a seasoned cast...

Buttery beef and barley stew with green chili

I don’t know if it was general pandemic stress or the attempted coup on the government by white supremacists, but yesterday I really got a craving for something comfortable and familiar. I don’t mean to make light of a horrible situation, but jokes and food are how I cope....

Easy no-breadcrumb meatballs

My family loves meatballs! But my stomach hates the hidden breadcrumbs. This recipe is a super simple, versatile version of the Italian favorite—and its gluten-free. Ingredients (makes 15 two-inch meatballs): One pound grassfed ground beef 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese 1/4 cup finely chopped herbs (I use parsley, but basil...

Broccoli and pancetta frittata: the easiest and best breakfast

Frittatas are so easy and so good. Recently I discovered that you can cook them in one pan too, which is a game changer over here (I’m all about less cleanup). I use a seasoned cast iron skillet similar to this one for this recipe. I used broccoli, pancetta...