Easy Potato Gratin

I love potatoes, I love cheese, and I love them together even more! This potato gratin is particularly easy to make because it doesn’t require you to thinly slice the potatoes as you would in the traditional version. Instead, you cut the potatoes into chunks, which saves a ton of time but is equally as delicious. To make this gratin, peel 3 baking potatoes and cut them up into 1 inch pieces. So simple! In a 10 inch, non-stick, oven-proof … Continue reading

Homemade Chicken Stock and Soup

After I started cooking whole chickens, I wondered whether there was something to do with all of the bones that were left behind. It turns out there is, and doing it will result in some very satisfying chicken soup! Whenever I cook a whole chicken, I save the carcass in the freezer to make stock (David is so¬†happy it’s finally out of there). Just a few hours and extra ingredients later, I get to slurp down a very flavorful bowl … Continue reading