This quick weeknight chicken recipe from the New York Times was so good, we made it one night, then made it the next night too. For those people who think they don’t like anchovies, don’t be daunted – you can’t actually specifically taste them in the sauce. They just add some great depth of umami flavor and richness to complement the brightness of the lemon.
Celeriac root was new to me until recently. Its earthy flavor compliments the creamy mashed potatoes so nicely.
There’s something about fall in Seattle that brings out our love for soups. The bright, clean flavors of this miso-soy broth complement the richness of the wontons and the pleasing texture of the noodles. This super easy soup is perfect for a weeknight dinner.
This dinner is perfect for a weeknight, when you want something healthy, delicious and fulfilling – and so easy you can make it without really having to think about anything. The miso-mirin glaze infuses the salmon with a complex richness, and lets the clean taste of the salmon still shine through.
This bread could not be easier to make. It’s baked in a dutch oven in your oven, which gives it a remarkable crust. And the long rising time and special ingredient of lager give it a great crumb. A perfect loaf to start on Friday evening, and enjoy with Saturday night dinner.
We are harvesting chanterelle mushrooms almost faster than we can eat them (and sharing them with friends, of course). The rich flavors of chanterelles lend themselves so nicely to pasta – but sometimes we don’t feel like eating spaghetti… Which led to us thinking – what about spaghetti squash? This dish is rich, satisfying and so good for you.
After a beautifully blue-grey and blustery Pacific Northwest day, this simple pasta dish – rich with olives and cooked down tomatoes – is a perfect dinner for a cozy evening at home.