preserved-lemons

Preserved Lemons

Preserved lemons are incredibly easy to make, keep for a year in the fridge, and can be used in so many dishes that there’s no excuse not to always have them on hand. Try using Meyer Lemons when they are in season. Read more…

raspberry-crumble

John Besh’s Fruit Crumble

This fruit crumble is a favorite go-to of mine, especially during berry season—I like to use raspberries, blueberries, or peaches—and it’s easy to toss everything into one baking dish for a party, or divide into individual ramekins for a quick weeknight treat. You can even assemble it in advance and bake when ready. Read more…

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My First Month of Blue Apron

One month ago, I subscribed to Blue Apron when my friend, Angela, sent me a promo code for a week’s worth of free meals. I had been cooking at home more and was falling into a recipe rut, so I thought I’d give it a try. It was really easy to create an account, sign up, […] Read more…

smoky-barbecue-ribs

Smoky Barbecue Ribs

At the first hint of sunny weather I get the itch to grill every kind of meat! I like how easy this smoky-spicy-sweet dry rub recipe is to make with a few pantry staples—and it’s great on grilled pork tenderloin, steak, and chicken, too. Give it a try this weekend! Read more…

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S’mores Whoopie Pies

I really love bite-side food. Maybe that’s why I love spanish tapas and why I like to make a bunch of appetizers when I entertain. I also love bite-size dessert, so these mini whoopie pies fit right into my bite-size food obsession.  Read more…

breakfast-casserole

Breakfast Casserole

This breakfast casserole is great for weekend brunch with friends. Or, you can pre-make and portion out for a few quick weekday morning meals. Use the recipe as your base and customize it by adding your favorite omelet ingredients such as mushrooms, bell pepper, bacon crumbles, spinach, etc. Read more…

mint-julep

Mint Julep

It’s the official drink of the Kentucky Derby, but also it’s a delightful cocktail for any sunny day. Instead of the traditional method of muddling mint leaves, I like to make mint-infused simple syrup. It’s more user friendly for your Derby party, and it’s great to have on hand when you need a spur of […] Read more…

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