Simply Chef Renée
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EAT IN COLOR
My new book Eat In Color is here and I’m excited to make it available to you. In this book you’ll find that it is a book of delicious recipes designed to help you incorporate lots of color into your diet and on your plate. Because we’re so excited about it, we’re offering the first 20 orders a free custom Simply Chef Renée Apron. To get this deal, place your choice of black or white apron in your cart, then at checkout use the code “FIRST” to get your apron free with the purchase of your book.
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Ingredients 1½ tablespoon of garlic infused olive oil ½ tablespoon of sesame oil 3 ounces fresh breech mushrooms (or your favorite mushroom) ½ small onion, diced 2 scallions, divided (bottoms and tops) bias cut 1 celery stalk, diced 2 cloves garlic, crushed and...read more
Twisted Italian Soup I don't know about you but I love a good, stick-to-my-tummy soup on a fall or cold winter day. Add a nice glass of wine and you won't see me until the next morning! Here's a soup I made one day for my family while I was developing a new, whole...read more
Fall is here and I for one am so excited to see it! I love fall! I feel almost as though it has crept upon us as quietly as the tiny caterpillar I saw squirming up the stem of my basil plant today. Don't worry, I didn't eat him...I sent him on his way (with the...read more
This dish went so fast we forgot to take an actual picture of it plated properly; but man, was it good! Chopped Sirloin with Gravy who doesn't love a good gravy? We all had to be rolled away from the table. Prepare the sirloin patties a day in advance and wrap...read more
Although pictured here with bacon pieces I used smoked turkey. Remember, I grew up in the South and collard greens were a staple dish on our table every Sunday and for the rest of the week until they were gone (which usually was only the next day)! My mother...read more
Berries are back! This Berry Crisp recipe is best when made in season, but cab be just as tasty if you freeze and store your fresh berries for a winter treat and all through the year. Fresh is best for me but feel free to use store bought berries as well. I used...read more