Fresh pasta, you can do it! A beautiful, fun, and simple way to make homemade fettuccine noodles.
This is the simplest of cauliflower soups. And it is so dang good.
It's always fascinating to see which recipes are most popular!
Two-ingredient magic. Plump, juicy, citrus segments coated in thin, crunchy, sugar shells.
Camino in Oakland hosted a celebration dinner last week based on recipes included in Near & Far - I though I'd share some photos. Also, one of my favorite soups made the menu that night(!) and I've included the recipe here - a brothy, restorative barley soup with chicories punctuated with flecks of preserved lemon, a bit of chile confetti, and a silky dollop of creme fraiche.
By popular request! A wonderfully hearty, slow cooker version of ribollita, the famous Tuscan stew made with bean, vegetables, dark greens, and day-old bread.
If you love robust one-pot rice dishes, and you own an Instant Pot, this recipe is for you. It has rice, and chickpeas, fragrant spices, spinach, herbs, saffron, garlic, and olives.
Everyone loves this beautiful rainbow chopped salad made with blood oranges, crispy shallots, peanuts, and a creamy, red curry dressing. Give it a try!
This head-clearing, sniffle-blasting tonic is the color of Tang, with flavor like a stick of ginger dynamite. If you need to jolt a cold out of your body with brute force, consider starting here.
Nutrient-rich plant-based broths are great to have on hand, and there's no reason not to make XL batches to keep in the freezer. A collection of invigorating, vegetable-based power broths.