This simple lemon and fennel chicken thighs recipe is comfort-food heaven. Deeply flavorful and aromatic, it feels like a special occasion but is actually incredibly simple!
Soup is on heavy rotation in my kitchen during the winter months. At least every other week, I’ve got a big pot of some sort of soup cooking away on the stove. Whether it’s a creamy soup like this dreamy cauliflower, sunchoke, and rutabaga soup or something a bit more substantial like the hearty winter … Continue reading HEARTY WINTER VEGETARIAN LENTIL SOUP
It’s undeniably soup season now and I am doubling down hard. I love soup. Like, really love soup. And the only thing that makes soup better is cooking it with someone you love. My friend Erica and I have taken to having regular cooking dates and they’ve honestly become one of my favorite activities. Sharing … Continue reading CHICKEN AND MUSHROOM POSOLE VERDE
Cooking for people I love is one of my deepest and purest joys. I thoroughly enjoy the act of cooking even when it’s just for myself but give me the opportunity to cook for family and friends and my little heart just soars. But then. If get to cook for friends with a friend? I … Continue reading LATE SUMMER VEGAN DINNER PARTY MENU
The first day of fall is in just a few days and I’m equal parts excited and sad. I love this time of year but saying goodbye to summer is always so bittersweet. I’m definitely looking forward to soups and roasted veggies and all the comfort food. Until it cools down enough for that, however, … Continue reading SALMON TACOS WITH MANGO AVOCADO RELISH
Salmon is one of those things that, even though it's one of my favorite foods, has yet to become a regular occurrence in my kitchen. I think a big part of that is that I'm still getting a feeling for how to cook it properly. Fish, in general, seems to have a short window between … Continue reading SALMON, QUINOA, AND KALE SALAD
Even though the summer heat is still upon us, I've been craving a simple tomato soup. It's the perfect way to take advantage of the summer crop.
Our kale plants are nearly out of control. I'm worried I'm not going to be able to keep up with them. It's a good problem to have, I just need to come up with as many ways to use kale as possible... Ohh, kale pesto! Yep, that's next on my list. Anyway. Today, however, it's … Continue reading QUICK SAUSAGE, BEANS, AND GREENS RECIPE
A whole bunch of veggies and chicken breast tossed with a super flavorful Asian-inspired sauce makes for one delicious (and easy!) sheet pan meal prep recipe.