Yellow squash, zucchini and grape tomatoes team up with herbs in this east side dish to sing the real song of summer. Nutritious and delicious, this simple side is surprisingly filling. If you could only ever have one side dish ever again, what would it be?
A lightly sweet griddle cake perfect for butter and jam. Buttermilk and sour cream add tangy flavor and a tender, fluffy middle to this cousin of pancakes. A few months ago I learned about a griddle cake, and it’s changed my life. Okay, maybe that’s hyperbolic—but only a little…
A tangy, summery sauce that’s both comforting and refreshing. Versatile enough to use over meats or in vegetarian dishes, this sauce works wonders over steak, chicken and pork; in tacos, salads or rice bowls; as a dipping sauce and more. I like to play this game at the grocery store. I pick one item that I’ve never cooked with or eaten before, buy it, and learn how to do something tasty with it.
A simple, delicious, rustic soup inspired by the flavors of Tuscany. This recipe makes enough to feed a crowd, but it’s incredible after the flavors mingle in the refrigerator overnight, so leftovers make this great for smaller families and individuals as well. Cannellini beans are one of my favorite foods. That’s probably kind of weird, but it’s true.
A simple and healthy side dish roasted to perfection. Lemon and parmesan come in clutch with nutty and tangy notes to keep a classic green beans dish fresh without complicating things. Everyone needs a few side dishes they can make in minutes from memory without a second thought…
This breakfast is just sweet enough to feel like a decadent treat, but nutritious enough to give you lasting energy to conquer your day. Warming and filling, a single batch can be portioned out to make breakfast for the whole week.
Total cook time: 45 minutes
Gooey, nutty melted brie and tangy-sweet cranberry sauce stuffed in a crispy, golden-brown puff pastry crust. Rosemary and orange notes and a topping of sugar and pecans makes this a perfect holiday party appetizer. Christmas may be over, but we still have some of the holiday season to go…
It is absolutely incredible how much you can change the flavor of peppers just by roasting them instead of sautéing or sweating them. Let me count the ways: 1. Roasting adds a smoky touch from the charred skin. The waxy skin of peppers burns up quickly in the oven, acting as a smoky shell for the flesh. 2….
Getting the perfect al dente bite. Building the flavors in your sauce for hours on the stove. It’s a process that’s been perfected, taught and argued over for years and years.
But you know what? Sometimes you just need to eat some freaking pasta right now.
Or perhaps you need it right when you get home from work/school/marathon/sockhop.
Not eating breakfast is the worst. Don’t do that.
Instead, check out this video for serial breakfast-skippers—a little breakfast before bed, if you will.
Fresh, fruity and filling, this super-easy way to get breakfast ready before you even hit the pillow is a tangy energy-booster.