Quick recipes often become my favorites. They are the ones I revisit most often, the ones that have a tendency to become staples. I’m a believer that just because a recipe comes together quickly, doesn’t mean it's less special or delicious.
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Lunchbox magic - a post and video about taking one favorite tomato sauce, and working it into three different lunches.
A lightened-up hummus - reining in the tahini and oil a bit. Billowy and smooth, it's a boosted hummus for everyday, all-day w/ golden beets, turmeric, and chickpeas.
All things green in a quick, weeknight pasta option. It's feel-good food that won't weigh you down - ponzu dressing, green vegetables, and the pasta of your choice.
If you've got these two components, and you have five minutes, you can get a dinner like this in the oven, pronto.
Coconut oil dressing was just one of the brilliant ideas that jumped out at me from the pages of Julia Sherman's new Salad For President cookbook.
A recipe for homemade tarragon soda, and a long list of other ways you can put the tarragon syrup to use.
A happy-making bowl of quick dumplings (made with potsticker wrappers!) filled with pesto-boosted ricotta cheese. Ladled with a simple five-minute tomato broth.
Game-changer: I stumbled on new-to-me THIN rice cakes the other day, and have been using them as the perfect, crunchy snack vehicle in the days since. Pictured are a handful of topping ideas.
Creamy, fresh homemade strawberry almond milk. It really is as good as it sounds.
An on-point, one pan, black bean skillet dinner from Melissa Clark's new book, Dinner: Changing the Game. Topped with lime yogurt, avocado, and quick pickled red onions.