These main courses will be the star of your evening.
The secret to any good sauce is cooking it low and slow. What better way to do so than in a crock pot? Inspired by a recent trip to Italy, Patrick has decided to create this super easy make-ahead dinner that’s perfect for entertaining.
If you like chicken that is moist, flavorful and falls apart with a fork - then this recipe is for you! This super easy, one pan, make ahead dinner can be assembled in minutes, and is perfect for entertaining allowing you to focus on your guests and not on the stove top!
Inspired by one of my favorite restaurants in Houston, this dish takes a boring chicken breast to another level! The grill flavors of the chicken combined with the creamy goat cheese, fresh basil and bright sun dried tomato flavors all combine to create the perfect summer dinner!
Having quiche for brunch on holidays has always been a tradition in the Brys family. Expanding on the traditional Quiche Lorraine which has bacon and gruyere cheese, I decided to add shittake mushrooms, sauteed spinach and shallots.
Homemade Italian Meatloaf and our Cab/Merlot is a perfect comfort food combination. The rich and savory tomato topping replaces traditional (and boring) ketchup and the absence of bread crumbs (which absorb fat) makes this dish gluten free and calorie friendly.
Short ribs are a longstanding comfort food for many who appreciate slow cooking, and Patrick has held nothing back with an all out feast of earthy, creamy flavors that satisfy the winter palate. Nestled on a bed of roasted wild mushrooms and finished with a from-scratch cream sauce, these Pinot Noir-infused ribs are worth the time it takes to impress your guests. Cozy up!
This light, healthy and refreshing springtime dish takes the boring chicken breast and combines it with the bright spring flavors of asparagus, lemon and thyme. Add a splash of Pinot Grigio, wrap it up and it is a present you can serve your guests!
Asparagus is in abundance during the late spring and early summer on Old Mission Peninsula. I picked up some fresh Michigan asparagus from the local farm stand and created this light and summery dish that can be prepared days in advance.
This effortless recipe works for lunch or dinner and takes only minutes to impress your friends – it’s perfect for make-your-own pizza parties, too.