bout five years ago, I stumbled upon what would become one of my favorite recipes ever: Squid and Farro with White & Green Beans.
You might quake at the idea of cooking with squid, but the flavors in this dish are so appealing that you may just change your mind. Continue reading “Squid and Farro with White & Green Beans”
f you often find yourself falling into the “too tired to cook, let’s order delivery” camp, I’ve got about 75% of the solution right here*. This recipe for pad thai is quick, easy, and so good you may want to double the recipe for leftover lunch all week!
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s your sandwich missing something? Boring grain bowl got ya down? Well, there is only one thing to do: put some hummus on it. You could call it a dip or a condiment, but I call it good with everything. So you’ve seen those $4 plastic rounds of hummus at the deli, right? You can spend about 75 cents and make something even more fresh and delicious. Today I am going to tell you how to make hummus in your own kitchen, and never have an underwhelming wrap or plate of veggies again. Continue reading “Put Some Hummus On It”
hat is that smell?” This question may or may not lead to a compliment, depending on the context. If the context is that you’re making this mustardy chicken with red peppers and tomato, rest assured, you’re about to be praised.
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ne thing you shouldn’t have to worry about is “sad desk lunch”. This is a phenomenon in which you’re forced to rifle through the condiments drawer in the office kitchen for food or get a bag of potato chips for lunch the third day in a row. With a bit of planning, you can prepare this flavorful couscous and roasted fennel salad, and have impressive, commute-proof lunches at the ready.
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Today is the shortest day of the year. We are all missing the sunshine and warmer weather, but if you can’t escape to the southern hemisphere, maybe you could get by with a meal reminiscent of the summer bounty. This red pepper stew, called peperonata, is just what the doctor ordered.
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Are you ready to try something new? Something complex, tasty, weird, but easy to make? I imagine it might help if I told you it features an ingredient that is about as sustainable an eco-friendly as they come: seaweed.
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