Quick but delicious weeknight dinners are my jam. I don’t like to spend more than 40 minutes but I don’t want to be completely boring or entirely routine. I like a bit of variety and I like to have a bunch of strong meals in my rotation. I recently tried a new sheet pan recipeContinue reading “cook | sheet pan shrimp scampi.”
I love making linguine with clams–and I like to change it up; sometimes a red sauce, sometimes a white wine one. This one was made with some leftover tomato sauce I had in the freezer and needed to use up. I added white wine, garlic, spicy red pepper flakes, parm, and a little basil beforeContinue reading “cook | spicy linguine with clams.”
A simple breakfast. Avocado, fresh squeezed lime, chili flake, salt, pepper, mashed on top of a piece of toast and topped with a poached egg. How do you take your avocado toast?
I love trying new fish dishes–particularly ones that stand up to cold weather. This orange scented cod with jasmine rice is just the dish. It really sticks to the ribs in a healthy way, and the doc and I really enjoyed it. Plus, it takes no time at all, so it’s the perfect weeknight dinner.Continue reading “cook | orange scented cod.”
Man! This dish! A new one I tried twice this late summer and definitely one to go in my regular rotation mostly because zucchini are plentiful and you can get them any season and not notice a lesser quality like tomatoes, for example. This pasta recipe using a combiation of bucatini and zoodles (that’s zucchiniContinue reading “cook | saffron pasta with zoodles.”
Some days, my only opportunity to make and produce something creative is in my kitchen. And that’s o.k. because cooking can be as creative or as rigid as you’d like it to be. Often times, I might look in my fridge to see what I might make that I hadn’t planned and come up withContinue reading “dinner | prosciutto wrapped sole.”
Brunching in my house just got a major upgrade. I’m not always a big fan of going out with the masses on Sunday, waiting in line for brunch, and feeling too full and coma like after to have enjoyed any of it. I prefer Sundays on my back porch (weather permitting), early morning even ratherContinue reading “cook | avocado toast.”
Pudding addict right here. I should clarify: chocolate pudding addict right here. And so, I’ve been making it in batches and leaving it in the fridge.
This entire spring has been relatively cold and rainy. Day in, day out. We need the rain, but it leaves me is quite a funk. Some of the only creative outlets I’ve had in this weather are in the kitchen. And so, when it poured and poured last week, and the idea of walking andContinue reading “cook | beef ramen.”
This is a really simple, healthy weeknight meal. The baked cod, wrapped in prosciutto for a little bit of necessary fat, is smothered in salt, pepper, olive oil and baked until white and flaky, about 10-12 minutes in a 350 degree oven. I sauteed some onion, garlic, and spinach in a pan, and squeezed freshContinue reading “cook | cod + lemony spinach.”
Sean’s 34th was last week. He wanted to grill burgers. Instead of just grilling burgers, though, I had to take it up a notch. Enter the homemade Big Mac, with three buns, homemade special sauce, minced onions, pickles, shredded lettuce, and loads of yellow cheese. These were so easy to make and tasted just likeContinue reading “cooking | birthday macs.”
Last night’s nachos become the next morning’s breakfast with these short cut chilaquiles. When I make homemade nachos, we always have leftovers. But, they get soggy in the fridge overnight and never quite crisp back up again in the oven. So, what are soggy tortilla chips smothered in pintos, pepper jack, red onion, and jalapenosContinue reading “cooking | leftover nachos chilaquiles.”