I don’t know about you, but I love fall. This time of year is pure magic, as the leaves begin to change and the air develops that crispness that signals winter is on its way. So many reasons to look forward to this time of year, but I think personally the food is my number one. I know I’m not alone in enjoying all the warm, hearty soups, stews and roasts that start becoming the main attractions in kitchens across the country this time of year.
As someone with a full-time job, a household to maintain and two wild and crazy kids (by kids, I mean dogs) to take care of, it can be exhausting to prepare and cook a meal at night when I’ve already spent an hour, sometimes two, commuting after upwards of ten hours at the office. This is a great meal for two that can be modified to suit your tastes and dietary preferences with relative ease. Such a filling, tasty meal that really incorporates the essence of fall in a dish.
Kaylyn Hansen has worked in the alternative medicine field for over four years as a patient liaison, educator, and physician's assistant.