You guys knew it was coming for ya! Today’s episode is part 2 with the hilarious, amazing, and talented, Stephanie Chapman.
So, you guys already know Steph’s an amazing singer/songwriter – and one of the funniest people I know. But did you also know she’s amazing in the kitchen, too?! We brought you some hilarious stories in Part 1 from Flossy to Keith Urban – and Part 2 doesn’t disappoint in the comedy AND relatability department.
Quick overview for what you can expect from this episode!
- If a mama could choose their version of a perfect, exactly what it would look like (all you mamas out there are going to be nodding your heads in agreement!!);
- The best, two-ingredient chicken recipe you’ve ever seen;
- The best hostess gift you probably haven’t thought of; and
- Real talk: where judgment really stems from in one another.
As much as this episode is a breath of healing humor to our souls, I also love that Steph takes things a bit deeper as she says:
Judgment really comes from a place we haven’t visited.
Those words really stuck with me. I love how she phrased that – and you’ll have to tune in to the story behind those words.
You’ll laugh. You’ll think of your best girlfriends. You’ll walk away with new recipes. This episode has it all. I can’t wait for you to tune in.
And of course – the two-ingredient chicken recipe Steph is taking viral is below.
Love you. Mean it. Until next time.
Steph’s Best Chicken Ever with Two Ingredients Recipe (as told by Stephanie):
One Whole Chicken
One (very) large onion (you know, the kind that is pretty much an onion and a half)
Salt + Pepper (these ingredients don’t really count, so it stays to two ingredients, right?!)
Directions (sort of):
Preheat oven to 375
Peel + slice the (very) large onion in half-moons and fairly thick slices
Separate onion slices a bit + put it on the bottom of a casserole pan.
Remove chicken giblets
Place chicken on top of onions (you might be wondering – does Steph put olive oil on it? No way! Keep it simple)
Put into oven until golden brown/crispy and onions are caramelized
Remove from oven + let chicken rest
Ladle the juice at the bottom of the pan (you can call it ‘au jus’ if you want to be fancy!) on the chicken
Serve with white rice and green beans