I’ve thought about blogging as a whole lately, particularly as an educator. The ability to write something and have it out in the world no longer takes the same style of courage it once did, my own students now have to write all of their things on the internet. It’s just the style these days,Continue reading “A little something I’ve been working on…”
This week I am doing a Starbucks card $5 giveaway!! Head over to my Facebook or Instagram and look at the pinned post! You just need to comment #hadleyskitchen and tag a friend! Each new comment is another entry! You must live in the US and be 13 years or older to enter!
These waffles are crispy and crumbly, just like a fresh piece of cornbread, but you can actually spread butter and jam on them! The marionberry jam is courtesy of @emeraldh1ppie who is a co-worker of mine. It’s perfectly sweet and really pairs well with this semi-savoury waffle. Though the audio didn’t turn out so wellContinue reading “Cornbread Waffles”
Below, feel free to check out my video on how I poach an egg! Part of my basics series!
Despite its name, this recipe is anything but light. It’s rich, buttery, and has a deep garlicky and spicy flavor. It is low-carb but not low-fat 🙂 It was born out of a tuscan region in Italy where the farmers were close to the sea which allowed them the freshest seafood imaginable. Just kidding. ItContinue reading “Low Carb Shrimp Parmesan”
I have prepared this wonderfully spicy Thai dish a multitude of ways! The images above are from a low-carb inspired iteration, however, they can be prepared any way you like! Originally I was inspired by this woman’s recipe and video. But have since adapted for my family’s tastes and preferences. If you haven’t had PadContinue reading “Drunken Noodles/Pad Kee Mao”
This recipe is one I have been working on for a long time and have prepared time and time again. This particular iteration however, is special. It was conceived out of the need that to have a casting video to submit to Food Network! I couldn’t believe that someone from the Food Network had actuallyContinue reading “Herb de Provence Spatchcocked Chicken”