This simple salad is our new family standard. The dressing (make extra!) is delicious and can stay in the fridge for about a week.
My husband is convinced I just fed him straight up butter for dinner. Spoiler alert. It was cauliflower and there was zero butter in sight.
Not all recipes have to be fancy. Sometimes their only value is to remind us how to cook the thing we already love. I take it for granted that I know how to cook salmon. Crispy on the outside, silky smooth on the inside. For those of you looking to perfect restaurant-style seared salmon, this post is for you. It’s simple, straight forward, and nearly foolproof.
Ina Garten. My hero. She was the first cookbook author to show me French cuisine is not scary. Done the right way (with a glass of wine in your hand and the Midnight in Paris Spotify playlist on repeat) it too can be fulfilling, comforting, approachable, and deceptively easy to throw together.
Pop one of these buttery, sweet onions in your mouth and you’ll know it was worth the wait.
Why are vegetables 1000 times more fun to cook and eat when they look like ribbons?
I can officially say that I have been on an Asian-inspired kick for the last few weeks. This recipe was created on a rainy night, when I had a bit of an upset stomach, and needed a belly-warming dinner.
Lettuce wraps might remind you of eating appetizers at P.F. Chang’s, and the start to a hefty and greasy meal. (That said, I have been known to LOVE a good meal at Chang’s).
This simple side dish is the perfect accompaniment for just about any entree. It is light enough to complement fish or chicken, and strong enough to stand up against a steak dinner.
For those of you who don’t know, I have been studying and practicing yoga for the better part of 10 years.