A basic marinade to add into your rotation. This works for chicken, pork, beef, shrimp, tofu. You could even marinade vegetables in this before throwing them on the grill!
Full of thinly sliced fresh vegetables, greens, and protein this is a great option for a “build-your-own” kind of night. Offer this produce-heavy option for your next night with friends. Who needs to go to a Vietnamese restaurant when you can make it at home?
This Vietnamese dressing is the common sauce for rice noodle bowls and salads. A little salty, a little sweet, a little acidic – it packs a punch of flavor.
Yes. I did indeed sit down and deep dive into my freezer. I am intentional in what I stock in there, so that I never need to say “I have nothing for dinner”.
Step-by-step Brunch for Twelve — Six dishes, one and a half hours
A great way to stretch brunch for an extra person or two at the last minute. It could also be a great way to complete brunch without an additional dish that adds a lot of stress.
The frittata is a brunch classic and one that can be made entirely from pantry staples. Either pre-plan special fillings or open up your fridge and use this to clean out nearly-gone produce, meats and cheeses.
A Dutch Baby is a brunch staple in our household. This 7-ingredient show-stopper always racks in the compliments when it comes out of the oven all puffy and lightly browned.
When I cook with cast iron for a “family” dinner, everyone is terrified of cleaning my cast iron pans. Everyone is terrified to ruin the heartiest pans I own, yet, are some of the simplest to wash. ⠀
Looking for a brunch side dish that is #eggfree? This is incredible year around, but give this one a try late summer when the tomatoes are basically like topping your yogurt with candy. You won’t be disappointed.