The traditional version of this classic Moroccan stew is made with homemade preserved lemons and involves a long cooking time. We've simplified the recipe by using lemon rind and juice to achieve the same subtle lemon flavor. Ours is also slow-simmered to yield a rich broth like the original's, but it's made in a fraction of the time. Since this dish is so saucy, it's best served over couscous.
A healthified version of General Tso's Chicken. Stir-fried till crisp and tender and coated in a delicious sweet and spicy sauce. This is a great week night meal that you don't have to feel guilty about serving your family.
I may have the only child in the world who begs for split pea soup as an after-school snack, but I'm not complaining. Yesterday I needed to cook dinner early because we were going out to dinner. To you non-vegetarians,