This soup is so easy to make and to customize to your tastes and for whatever is in peak season! If you want to use Swiss Chard, you can–Kale? Go right ahead! Love yourself some spinach? Get your Popeye on! Plus you don’t even need to put it on the stove top, so it can be ready in mere minutes! Whether you need to reset your life, or just your day–this is a great way to get started!
The keys to this recipe are in the mixing and cooking–you must keep a close eye on both.
Whether you celebrate Passover or not, this is a great and easy recipe for creating indulgent cookies with a lot of flavor and texture that don’t require a lot of time or ingredients!
Poke is Hawaiian, meaning “to cut crosswise into pieces.” So, while most people consider it to be a raw tuna dish, you may use any combination of ingredients you’d like–as long as their fresh and delicious!
From Morocco to your kitchen! This recipe comes from the Cooking Workshop that I took at La Maison Arabe, in Marrakesh. I’ve only adjusted the order of listed ingredients. You can purchase a traditional Tagine, a Le Crueset or a heavy soup/stock pot for your own version. If you’re in New York City, you shouldn’t […]
Make sure to serve with plenty of napkins as this will get messy in the best kind of way!
I like to use the Lava Lake Lamb that I discovered uses only grass-fed sheep.
We took the Italian classic comfort dish, removed the pasta and amped up the flavor by taking advantage of the Instant Pot instead of letting the soup simmer for hours, it was done in a matter of minutes!
This delicious sauce can be spooned over some of your favorite dishes, like waffles, yogurt, ice cream or my Very Lemony Pound Cake.
As long as you have the proper flour, this recipe makes a wonderful cake to serve on its own for dessert or at tea time. Of course, if you don’t get the correct flour you could turn it into a beautiful trifle, like I did! Adapted from Pamela Morgan’s Flavors You will need a 9″ […]
You’ll love how simple, delicious, and healthy this dish is!