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- 04/26/17--13:56: _How to Make Your Ow...
- 05/01/17--13:56: _Making Roasted Swee...
- 05/08/17--07:21: _Yogurt + Tahini = A...
- 05/16/17--14:00: _Sardines + 4 More I...
- 05/22/17--09:24: _DIY Crackers: The U...
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- 06/06/17--08:30: _Upscale & Easy: Mak...
- 06/12/17--11:34: _How to Combine Pota...
- 06/26/17--08:03: _Parsley Pesto + Oli...
- 04/26/17--13:56: How to Make Your Own Ketchup…And a Little Bit of History
- 05/08/17--07:21: Yogurt + Tahini = Amazing Dressing
- 05/16/17--14:00: Sardines + 4 More Ingredients Creates an Easy, Delicious Dinner
- 05/22/17--09:24: DIY Crackers: The Ultimate Flatbread
- 05/30/17--09:24: Three-Ingredient Breakfast “Muffins” (More Like Quiches)
- 06/06/17--08:30: Upscale & Easy: Making Your Own Chocolate-Dipped Cookies
- 06/12/17--11:34: How to Combine Potato Salad with Tuna Salad in a Sustainable Way
- 06/26/17--08:03: Parsley Pesto + Olives + Bell Pepper = Summer Simplicity
It’s 77 degrees today, so in my book, it’s officially grilling season! What better way to kick off brats and burgers than by making your own ketchup? The homemade version is a lot less sugary and a lot more tasty — and customizable — than any store-bought bottle is going to be. For an extra-rich […]
Recently, I found myself with leftover roasted sweet potatoes and wondered what I could do my unexpected bounty. Enter muffins! You can use roasted sweet potato the same way you’d use canned pumpkin (or canned sweet potato, for that matter), with the added bonus that you can leave the skin in if you’d like for […]
If you can make dressing, you can make a killer salad — it’s amazing how transformative simple, good-quality ingredients can be. (I’m defining “good” here as unprocessed, fresh oil as opposed to store-bought dressings made with overprocessed, tasteless oils … which unfortunately is what the vast majority of commercial dressings contain.) Usually, I stick with […]
If you’re a fan of sustainable seafood and ridiculously simple dinners, treat yourself to some canned sardines! They’re popular in much of Europe, particularly Portugal, and sardines are getting easier and easier to find on American grocery shelves, too, stashed right by the canned tuna. Be sure to choose sardines that are either oil-free or […]
Whether you’re a novice baker or an experienced one, crackers are easy and fun to make. Added bonus: the kind of flour you use (i.e., wheat-based or gluten-free) doesn’t particularly matter because crackers don’t need to rise very much. In other words, feel free to play with your flours! As long as you wind up […]
If you’re the kind of person who likes eggs and sausage for breakfast but you don’t like having to cook first thing in the morning, try baking your eggs and sausage ahead of time! That way, all you have to do to make breakfast is peel away the parchment baking cup. It really doesn’t get […]
If you want to include chocolate in your cookies, the easiest way to do that is undoubtedly to chop your favorite bar into small chunks and stir them into the cookie dough. Classic and simple. (Or you could stir in cacao nibs or use cocoa powder as one of your cookie flours.) But then again, […]
Whether you’re picnicking or hosting an outdoor party, potato salad is a summer classic. In this version, I’ve combined the basic ingredients of a potato salad with the more flavorful ingredients of a tuna salad, like capers and pickles and sardines. (Okay, and I swapped out tuna for sardines, which are much smaller fish and […]
Nothing says summer like pesto! It’s fresh, it’s herbaceous, and it’s easy to make. Bonus point: you can make pesto with just about any herb. Don’t have basil? Use cilantro, lemon verbena, or even mint. In this case, I opted for parsley, which is somewhat similar in flavor to basil but a lot sturdier — […]