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Need an easy, satisfying (and incidentally, vegetarian) weeknight dinner recipe that will also use up some of that summer squash you have lingering about the kitchen? This recipe from Mark Bittman is just for you.
At some point, we’ll build an outdoor wood-fired pizza oven, and then we’ll cook all our pizzas in that, and become quite chubby and happy. But in the meantime, cooking pizza on the grill is a great way to get … Continue reading
When you’re having guests over for dinner, it’s so great to have something easy you can make in advance. We had friends over for a little dinner party last weekend, and served up this vegetable-packed lasagna. The swiss chard nicely … Continue reading
This recipe comes from our dear friend Andrea, who currently is cooking out east in Taos. She passed down the recipe from her Russian grandparents, who, if this recipe is any indication, were fantastic cooks. We added one secret ingredient … Continue reading
These cheese and chicken enchiladas are an easy weeknight dinner. Or, make a batch in the evening and have lunches for the week. Either way, they’re warm, filling, and delicious.
When we saw this recipe in Sunset magazine, with its jasmine tea broth and fennel and carrots and onions and soba noodles, we thought it would be a unique, delicious meal. And, we were not disappointed by our steamy, warm … Continue reading
Black bean soup is easy to make, even using dry beans, if you use the quick soaking method. This recipe cooks the beans three times, adding in lots of flavors along the way.
Every time we take a trip down to Portland, we eat breakfast at Kenny and Zuke’s Deli at least once. It’s a great place for kugel or bagels or latkes, and it’s a great spot to sit and look out … Continue reading
Lentils are a good source of protein, they’re super inexpensive, and archaeological evidence shows they were eaten as far back as 13,000 years ago. Nicely done, neolithic people.
The leaves are turning, the air is brisk, and appetizer season is officially in full gear. This is a great fall recipe – it’s easy, it’s a crowd pleaser, and it’s finger food, so you don’t have to wash up … Continue reading