When you’re up to here with turkey leftovers, your Solavore Sport comes to the rescue with an unexpected variation – cheesy, spicy enchiladas that your family will love. An 7 ½” wide oblong Pyrex baking pan fits perfectly in the bottom of the Solavore Sport – just right for 6” tortillas.
Roasting a 20-lb turkey stuffed with dressing is a job best left to your conventional oven; even the USDA recommends cooking stuffing separately for optimal safety and uniform doneness. However, that doesn’t mean solar-cooked turkey and dressing is off the menu. In fact, the moist tenderness you’ve come to expect from roasting in the Solavore Sport may shift your holiday menu to the sun for good. Use one pot for turkey, one pot for dressing or your family’s favorite side dish and the feast is on!
This delicious Italian side dish features bell peppers slowly cooked with garlic, onion, tomato and oregano. Not only is it a great pasta sauce, it is also wonderful with roasted meats or spooned onto slices of country bread.
The average American produces 1,600 pounds of trash a year. That’s one American. In one year. Sixteen hundred pounds of trash. Over four pounds of trash every day. That’s a crazy high number.
Take a look at your trash. What’s in there? Heaps of paper and plastic? Empty bottles? Makeup containers? Unfinished food?
We aimlessly throw things away all day long. What would happen if we got rid of our trash cans?
This one will quickly become a game day favorite. With just three ingredients and the heat of the sun, you'll have a real crowd pleaser.
Pressed for oven capacity – and time – on Thanksgiving Day? Does the big bird leave little room for the savory sides and pies that constitute your family’s feast? Why not let the sun help carry the load – adding oven capacity and spreading the work? Here are five recipes that will get you thinking about bringing the sun to your table.
33 delicious, fall themed foods perfect for Game Day, a chilly camping trip or just because you don't want to turn the oven on!
This is a kid friendly set-it-and-forget-it recipe. Let your apples cook all day and you'll have a fantastic fresh tasting snack or a side dish to serve with pork chops.