A few weeks ago, I walked by brisket at the grocery store. I’ve really never had brisket, and I knew a slow cooker brisket recipe wouldn’t be the hardest thing to cook ever. That being said, it isn’t as if I went in blindly, and after settling upon a solid recipe, I decided to try it out. Luckily for my spouse and I, the worst thing that could happen is that it’s not edible. In that case, we get rid of it and order take out.
I’ve heard many people cooking brisket for the holidays, and apparently, it is a big Easter meal. That’s probably why I saw so much at the grocery store. Growing up, we always had ham for Easter, but I wasn’t really in a ham mood, so slow cooker brisket recipe it was!
A couple of weeks ago, I found myself looking for an easy oven baked lamb rack recipe. I saw racks of lamb were “on-sale” at our local grocery store. They said they were on sale, and I believed them. Were they really? Who knows.
Instant Pot pork shoulder is easy, but it takes a while to cook. When I think of Instant Pot, I think instant. Don’t we all? When I first read about Instant Pot pork shoulder, I wasn’t sure if I believed it would take nearly an hour to cook! An hour in the Instant Pot. Admittedly, I don’t use my Instant Pot as much as many people, so I haven’t had the experience of cooking for an hour.
Anyway, this Instant Pot Pork Shoulder recipe is easy and delicious. It’s easy, but it will probably take you about an hour to cook. So yes, it does take time.
I’ve been on the hunt for an easy quiche recipe. I can’t really remember the point where I was like: “Today, I want to make a quiche.” In my house, we go through a lot of eggs. I like eggs, and I find them to be easy food after a run. Steak and eggs are also my favorite diner breakfast.
A few weeks ago, legs of lamb were on sale at the grocery store, so naturally, I wanted an easy leg of lamb recipe. I’ve cooked lamb chops but never leg of lamb. I didn’t *really* even know what to expect when the leg of lamb arrived. There was an actual leg in it. Now before you say “duh,” a lot of time, the actual leg bone is removed. Mine was not.
So looking for an easy leg of lamb recipe became challenging. The easiest would be the instapot like this recipe, but mine didn’t fit. So I opted for the second easiest leg of lamb recipe: roasting.