Part one of a three-part series on flexible weeknight dinners – a spicy lentil chili you’ll be able to use in all kinds of meals!
No really, this soup is the best chicken soup ever.
A very easy sweet and spicy soup that’s ready in minutes!
I’ve been wanting to make lentil soup ever since Dave and I spent a romantic Valentine’s Day weekend in Seattle. We had a delicious soup at Petra’s in Belltown – it was part of a great meal overall and a really special weekend that took us all over the city to the EMP museum (awesome; […]
Where has Hungarian food been all my life? There’s so much sour cream involved! It’s total heaven. And not to mention their famous paprika. Dave and I have been making recipes lately that remind him of his grandma’s specialties (you may remember the Chicken Paprikash). This is an easy recipe that we made Sunday night […]
I need to get back in the habit of making a soup every weekend. They’re so fun and easy to throw together – the combinations are endless – and the best part is, you just make a big batch and you’ve got work lunches for a week. We’ve been pulling servings of this baby out […]
You know, it’s funny. Food fads can be annoying (I just know that skinny bacon buffalo kale with Greek yogurt will show up on my Pinterest feed someday – says the girl who has many recipes with at least two of those descriptors), but they can also be revelatory. Especially if you have previously only […]
It’s been a busy weekend! I’ve gone to several blog- or food-related events, finished a new dress and of course, cooked a ton at home. Doing this whole blog thing really provides some unique opportunities – it’s one of the best things about it! But as much as I love to get to do cool […]
Harissa might be my favorite new thing in my pantry. It’s a North African chili sauce/paste – depending on what you buy, I guess. Mine came in a tube. I know I’ve had it before outside of my house, and it seems like more and more recipes call for it, so I’ve been wanting to […]
We are in a tenuous time here in the Pacific Northwest. It’s a little rainy. It’s late August. It’s not actually supposed to be permanently rainy for like, another month. Many of our tomatoes aren’t yet ready to harvest. Which is really the most important thing. Supposedly tomorrow it will be 80 and cloudy, and […]