Pickle Dip

An unexpected but delicious quick dip that can be made with pantry staples. Whether you enjoy dill, hot, or bread and butter, all styles of pickle can be used. Bon Appetit, and Get Cheffy! GET CHEFFY TIP!- Before you read through the ingredient list below, remember that one of the goals of Get Cheffy isContinue reading “Pickle Dip”

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”

Pork Tenderloin & Stone Fruit Relish

Extra. That’s what your friends will call you when you make a “stone fruit relish”…..(call it a “stone fruit compote” to really get them going). Their taunts will stop when they taste the complex, and subtle flavors of cooked, summer fruits, paired with the creme de la creme of pork; the tenderloin. FOR THE TENDERLOINS:Continue reading “Pork Tenderloin & Stone Fruit Relish”

Stuffed Cabbage

Poor cabbage. It looks so unappealing in the grocery store sitting among its more beautiful, Artichoke, Red Pepper, and Asparagus pals. Transform this humble, economical, and versatile vegetable, into the belle of the ball. FOR THE CABBAGE: 1 large cabbage The common varieties of cabbage that you’ll fine in your supermarket would be Green, Purple,Continue reading “Stuffed Cabbage”

Beef Meatballs in Quick Tomato Sauce

Seasoned beef with a sweet, and mildly acidic, tomato sauce; what’s not to like? FOR THE MEATBALLS: 2 pounds ground beef We use 80/20 percent fat ratio 2 teaspoons dried garlic powder 2 teaspoons dried oregano 2 teaspoons salt 2 teaspoons ground black pepper 2 tablespoons shredded parmesan cheese (optional) GET CHEFFY TIP!– The ingredientsContinue reading “Beef Meatballs in Quick Tomato Sauce”