Sometimes it’s nice to go back to the basics. Chicken and rice – we’ve all had it in some form or fashion. When I was a kid, it was white rice mixed with cream of mushroom soup and shredded chicken. It showed up at just about every pot luck and there’s just something warm and comforting about a basic casserole.
Cauliflower is the superstar of this dish. Pulsed in the food processor until it’s the size of rice, it brings the onion, bacon, mushrooms and chicken together to form a great comfort meal.
While we’re on the topic of going back to the basics, I recently discovered La Chamba cookware. This extremely durable clay cookware/bakeware brings centuries of tradition to your kitchen. I’m shocked at their versatility – use them on the stove top, in the oven, on a gas or charcoal grill, even wood-fired ovens or over an open fire!
Sustaining Cultures asked me if I would tell you about their clay bakeware, and when I opened the box of dishes they sent, I was amazed at how gorgeous the pieces are. Truly! I left them on the counter for a few days so I could gaze at them when I walked by. If you’re looking for some beautiful cookware or bakeware for your kitchen that’s made with safe materials, this is a great option. Any of their pieces would make a lovely gift.
Sustaining Cultures is a non-profit organization and member of the Fair Trade Federation as well as Green America’s Green Business Network. They do things the right way. They were kind enough to offer a 10% discount on all products from today, April 12th through June 15th. To receive the discount use the code: SCLCDO2013.
They also offered to give one lucky Deliciously Organic reader four of their oval casserole dishes. Read the instructions below to enter.
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