Chicken and peppers and onions, oh my!

Recipe made by: Miranda Kalish, Robbie Shorr As mentioned a few posts ago, Miranda and I decided to make a Shabbat dinner in my apartment. However, without a hotplate at our disposal, we were left wondering how to make sure the main course stayed hot. Then we remembered that I had a criminally-underused slow cooker which would be … Continue reading Chicken and peppers and onions, oh my!

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Tagine, or not Tagine? That is the question

Recipe inspired by: http://www.food.com/recipe/easy-crock-pot-moroccan-chicken-chickpea-and-apricot-tagine-137530 Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr Rice has always been a burden to me. As far as starches go, I'd almost always rather make a sweet potato with dinner, and this is not as much an issue of taste as it is of convenience. To make a sweet potato, all I've got to … Continue reading Tagine, or not Tagine? That is the question

Sweet potato chicken soup for the soul

Recipe inspired by: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/218769/slow-cooker-chicken-marrakesh/ Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr Slow cookers need to be used more by the college student population. Period. I myself had only used my slow cooker for cholent until I saw the light with this chicken stew. All the preparation that's needed for this delicious dish is some cutting and spicing, and you … Continue reading Sweet potato chicken soup for the soul

Nonchalant cholent

Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr, Aaron Wildavsky Cholent. Just the word evokes quite the image: for some, a warm and filling family dish, and for others, a disgusting stew made of everything but the kitchen sink. However, when made right, cholent can be hardy, tasty, and easily sharable, while also taking advantage of one of … Continue reading Nonchalant cholent