Jeweled Coconut Rice & Shrimp

Don’t let a fancy name fool you; jeweled rice simply means a plain rice that you’ve added colorful ingredients to like green pistachios, red pomegranate seeds, black dried currants, herbs, or anything else that sounds good. We utilize a few of these additives to create a beautiful and healthy rice and shrimp dish for easyContinue reading “Jeweled Coconut Rice & Shrimp”

Spring Rolls

Looking for something satisfying and full of flavor, but also nutritious and healthy? Very often the flavors of Asia tik all of these boxes, especially foods from South East Asian countries like Thailand, and Vietnam. Spring rolls, and the many variations on them, are inexpensive, packed with flavor, and are fun to eat. With swimsuitContinue reading “Spring Rolls”

Frutti di Mare

“Fruits of the sea”, is the exact translation of this dish and, like the name implies, this is a pasta dish for seafood lovers. We use three types of seafood (detailed below), but you can easily use just one, or swap in your favorite seafood that we don’t use below. Bon Appetit, and Get Cheffy!Continue reading “Frutti di Mare”

Frittata

A wonderful way to “clean out your fridge”, a Frittata can be simple, containing only eggs, or filled with your favorite meats, vegetables, and cheeses. The Get Cheffy kitchen hits the middle ground (so we think), and adds one protein, two main vegetables, and a handful of aromatics to create an excellent lunch, dinner, orContinue reading “Frittata”

Spring Vegetable Pasta with Sausage & Breadcrumbs

The first vegetables out of the gate in Spring are usually asparagus, artichokes, chives, and greens like watercress and baby spinach. We utilize a few of them in our Get Cheffy vegetable pasta. As we always say, however, Get Cheffy with it, and use as many of them as you like. A mixture of toastedContinue reading “Spring Vegetable Pasta with Sausage & Breadcrumbs”

Shephard’s Pie

Tracing its roots back to Ireland, Shepard’s Pie is a humble dish of meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes. When making something simple as this you can run the risk of being boring and forgettable if not properly executed, and not properly seasoned. Follow our steps below to Get Cheffy and dress up standardContinue reading “Shephard’s Pie”

Chili Con Carne

Chili is warm, comforting, and a perfect dish to serve when cold weather is here. However for being such a humble dish of vegetables, meat, and spices, chili has a surprising groups of followers, and aficionados, who take it seriously. Purists hotly debate whether or not the dish should contain beans (our Get Cheffy ChiliContinue reading “Chili Con Carne”

Osso Buco

The Italian cousin to beef bourguignon, Osso Buco is a staple of Northern Italy. Traditionally made with slow braised veal shanks (veal leg), our Get Cheffy version swaps out the veal for more readily available beef shoulder/chuck. Think of Osso Buco as a fancy way of saying “beef pot roast”, with some unique flavors (lemon,Continue reading “Osso Buco”

Breakfast Pizza

A large, one-tray dish, like this pizza, is an excellent way to feed a crowd who’ve gathered for a breakfast or brunch. We replace pizza’s traditional pepperoni, marinara, and mozzarella, with eggs, scallions, bacon, and a cream based sauce that would please anyone. Enjoy with a Bloody Mary or Mimosa. FOR THE DOUGH: 3 cupsContinue reading “Breakfast Pizza”

St.Louis Style Pizza

St. Louis has a unique and thriving food, beer, and wine scene. Voted 5th best city to eat in by Food & Wine magazine, you’ll find an impressive list of restaurants serving updated, and contemporary versions, of the classics. You’ll also find a unique blend of cultures and, therefore, cuisines. Southern BBQ, blended with ItalianContinue reading “St.Louis Style Pizza”

Shrimp, Chicken, & Sausage, Gumbo

Throughout the history of the United States, the ports of New Orleans were second only to New York’s Ellis Island in volume, and variety, of immigrants who were coming to the new world. Due to this unique blend, New Orleans food, much like its culture, stands apart, as it combines French, Spanish, Caribbean, and AfricanContinue reading “Shrimp, Chicken, & Sausage, Gumbo”

Philly Cheesesteak Sliders

Perfect for the Labor Day weekend, delight your friends with these unexpected, but familiar, crowd pleasers. Wind down your summer properly-with a steak, onion, and cheese sandwich in your hand. FOR THE CHEESESTEAKS: 2 Pounds Ribeye or Strip Steak 2 Large, or 3 Medium Yellow Onions 1 Green Pepper 6 Slices of Provolone and AmericanContinue reading “Philly Cheesesteak Sliders”

Chicken Gyros & Tzatziki

Iconic and delicious, Gyros are a staple of Greek restaurants. Traditionally made with skewered lamb meat, chicken and pork gyros are now more common in Greece. Learn how to make this delicious and classic street food at home. FOR THE GYROS: 2 lbs. Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs 1 Cup Full Fat Greek Yogurt Fage isContinue reading “Chicken Gyros & Tzatziki”

White Castle style Sliders (with variations)

“I don’t care about nutrition, I care about taste“- Julia Child Right on Julia. In the Get Cheffy kitchen, we care about both nutrition and taste, but we know that rich and indulgent food has its place in the world, and on our plates. In honor of Julia’s birthdate yesterday, on August 15, we wantedContinue reading “White Castle style Sliders (with variations)”

Grilled Asian Chicken & Vegetable Kebabs

Chicken wants to be grilled and glazed in the sweet, spicy, umami, flavors indicative of Asian cuisine(s). Ready in one hour, these kebabs are perfect for a weeknight dinner, or weekend grill session. FOR THE CHICKEN: 2 pounds boneless, skinless, chicken thighs 1/2 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup (4 tablespoons) hoisin 3 tablespoons grated gingerContinue reading “Grilled Asian Chicken & Vegetable Kebabs”

Grilled Chicken Wings with Honey Bourbon Glaze

Chicken wings want to be glazed in a sweet, sticky, umami sauce, but wings can very often disappoint if they’re undercooked with flabby, un-rendered, skin, and tossed in an underwhelming sauce. FOR THE CHICKEN: 2 pounds chicken wings FOR THE DRY RUB 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon onion powder 2 teaspoons paprika 2 teaspoonsContinue reading “Grilled Chicken Wings with Honey Bourbon Glaze”