A chef’s kitchen recipe to get you through winter
— A cook in Kentucky is putting the finishing touches on her menu for the winter when she puts together a recipe to make her way through the winter.
The chef, Jennifer Schaller, is planning to cook for her family in the home she shares with her husband and four young children.
She’s not planning to have a full winter menu as she doesn’t have the funds to cook on a regular basis, but the couple’s two daughters and two granddaughters have been on the lookout for the time they could cook.
“They don’t want to eat the same food every day, so I’m trying to find some time to be able to make some new meals that we can put together,” Schallert said.
The first item on her winter menu is to have two different kinds of chicken breasts, but she’ll also make her own.
The second is chicken and turkey breast.
It’s a meat that she is growing her own, using dried meat from her local butcher.
The third is turkey and chicken breast and the fourth is turkey breast and vegetables.
Schaller said she’s trying to use ingredients she can’t find on her own to keep her family’s pantry stocked with food.
She said she hopes the recipes will give her the incentive to cook during the winter, and her family will appreciate it.
“It’s a little bit different, but it’s a great way to get our family together,” she said.
She hopes the ingredients will be good for her children and her grandchildren, too.
“I really want them to understand that this is something that they can enjoy.
It gives me that opportunity to have my family together and enjoy each other,” she added.
Her recipes are simple and healthy.
It includes fresh ingredients that have a bit of a kick to them.
SchALLER is using dried meats and fresh vegetables for the Thanksgiving menu, but her kitchen has also been working on a meatless Thanksgiving, a Thanksgiving dinner that she says will be a healthy alternative to turkey.
Her family of four is looking forward to the holidays with her family.