I’m in love with this baked pasta that was perfect for a Friday in Lent. It’s seafood without too much hassle!
I flip the script on the OG #notsaddesklunch.
Time to warm up with an easy peasy vegan weeknight meal.
I loved this easy “sauce.” Nobody said it has to be fancy! The Dijon mustard was a smart trick to add some dimension without destroying the dish’s simplicity.
Steamed mussels are one of our favorite dinners. Make sure to grab some good bread to sop up the delicious broth!
I really loved the way the caramelized onion risotto imparted sweet oniony flavor to the entire place of rice.
Whooooo, where in the world did this week go? I feel like I’ve been saying that about a lot of weeks lately. But usually, it also means that Friday is nearby. This time I’m fresh off a very fun work trip to Seattle. Every time I’m up there I try to find new places, but […]
This dish came from a cooking frenzy that happened on Sunday, right after I made most of a new dress. I guess it was some kind of creative frenzy. Wish I had those more often! I have been thinking about getting one of those “You have as many hours in a day as Beyonce” mugs […]
Ah, Lenten Fridays. We eat meat-free food quite frequently in our home, so eating meatless for a few spring Fridays is not a very difficult task. But for some reason, instead of our favorite meatless meals in the rotation, we use our observation as an excuse to do something cool with seafood. This is what […]
So, ever since I met my first friend who had a gluten issue, I’ve taken notice of the idea of a cauliflower crust for pizza and the like. I love cauliflower – particularly roasted nice and brown in olive oil, salted liberally and consumed in full-head units (it’s a great meal for one!). I have […]