Chicken Pot Pie

Nonna made a delicious, super easy recipe for Chicken Pot Pie using the Instant Pot. As always, Nonna’s recipe is easily modified. You can use turkey, beef, pork, or
another meat as you see fit. Just season and cook with the vegetables in the instant pot.
In fact, change up the vegetables and seasonings as you see fit. The key to this recipe is
to thicken the broth using a white sauce, everything else is interchangeable!

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Chicken Pot Pie

In honor of April 20th, Nonna cooked a Chicken Pot Pie with help from R2D2 (Nonna’s instant pot)! This chicken pot pie is not only easy to make, but the recipe is, also, easy to modify. You can use almost any spice, seasonings, meat or vegetable to make a meal that fits your family’s unique tastes. Nonna shows you how to thicken the filling quickly and surround that filling with a light and crispy crust. Even better, the most unskilled baker can manage the crust for this pie! Video on Wednesday 17APR19.

Crawfish Étouffée

Nonna Snowden cooks Crawfish Étouffée using crawfish tails, onion, and garlic from her crawfish boil a few week ago. She started with a blond roux, added her favorite spices, and some traditional vegetables to complete this Cajun/Southern dish. For those who want a low carb dish, Nonna shows you how to cook cauliflower rice.

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Spaghetti Squash mixed with Meat & Marinara Sauce

Kris Rugloski guest cooks in this video about how to cook Spaghetti Squash in Marinara Meat Sauce. Kris is an amazing athlete who starred in the first season of Titan Games and follows a strict regime of working out and eating right. This recipe is not only delicious, but it is keto friendly. The big surprise for Nonna was that Oven Roasted Brussel Sprouts are down right tasty! The athletes in your family will LOVE this meal!

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Sheep’s Milk Romano Cheese, Wooden Spoons, Cast Iron Skillet, Olive Oil, Mixing Bowls, Classic Food Chopper.

Stuffed Cabbage

Nonna Snowden made her Aunt Annette’s delicious stuffed cabbage recipe. The recipe originated in Hungary and has a new and tasty spice mixed in with some of Nonna’s tried and true favorites! Nonna turned this dish into a blend mixing a pinch of Aunt Annette’s Hungarian cooking, a smidge of Nonna’s Italian cooking, and ” ’bout dat much” good ol’ fashion cajun zing! Not only will the kids loves this dish, but it is easily turned into a low carb dinner!

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Mozzarella, Romano Cheese, Wooden SpoonsMutti Puree, Goat Butter, Spaghetti Pot, Classic Food Chopper.

Stuffed Cabbage

Nonna Snowden cooks an Aunt Annette recipe. Aunt Annette immigrated from Hungary and brought with her this recipe as well as a few others. Nonna Snowden blended the best Hungarian parts with a little of her own Italian heritage to make this unique and tasty dish. Specifically, she mixed ground turkey and ground pork with some Italian tomato sauce and cheeses. This is simply a filling and mouth watering meal! Video to be posted on 27 March 2019!

COW’S HEAD BARBACOA

Nonna Snowden and guest cook, Maw Maw Gwen, put together this “How to” video which features cow head barbacoa. After cooked, they chopped the cheek meat, cow’s tongue, and other meat to make a fantastic taco dinner. Watch the video to learn a little about a Mexican Barbacoa and a new and delicious way to enjoy some beef.

Cow’s Head Barbacoa

Nonna Snowden and guest cook, Maw Maw Gwen, hosted a Cow’s Head Barbacoa. A local Mexican butcher shop provided the cow’s head, Maw Maw Gwen and Nonna used several new and tasty spices, and for 9 hours they steamed the meat. When cooked they shredded the meat and added corn tortillas, guacaomle, and zesty salsa. Watch the video to see exactly how this Mexican delicacy is cooked. Video to be published Wednesday 20 March, 2019.

Cajun Style Crawfish Boil

From behind the scenes, Nono helps Nonna boil cajun style crawfish. Using spicy crawfish boil, zesty Italian dressing, andouille sausage, red potatoes, onions, garlic, and a whole lot of lemons, Nono and Nonna teach you how to host an authentic cajun style crawfish boil!

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Crawfish boiler and pot, Zatarain’s Crab boil, Louisiana Crab boil, Coleman ice chest, Aluminum Pans, Paper plates, Paper towels, Garbage bags, Wooden Spoons.