My First Attempt at Chicken Cacciatore

I’ve always heard of this dish, chicken cacciatore, but always assumed it was pretty hard to make and had way too many ingredients. But every time I see this dish, it always smells so fragrant and looks super delicious. Since today is really gloomy and muggy, I decided to make this dish for dinner. It reminded me of good old comfort type food. Serving Size: 2 Cook Time: 50 minutes Ingredients: 2 red bell peppers Extra-virgin olive oil Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 cup all-purpose flour 2…

Getting a Healthy Serving of Vitamins with Winter Melon Soup

Winter melon, also referred to as fuzzy melon or white gourd, is a native vegetable to the Southeast Asia region. Cambodians, Vietnamese and Chinese all make their own variety of winter melon soup, touting it’s health properties; it’s full of Vitamin C, Zinc, Calcium and Iron. As a child, I never really cared for this soup; but then again, I really didn’t care much for any type of vegetable. But I had it for dinner a few weeks ago, and was really stunned at the mildly sweet flavor of the…