Month: April 2020

I haven’t seen my butcher in six weeks (except for in this recent video, where she showed Molly Baz how to break down a pig). And though I stocked up on ground meat, sausages, and cuts appropriate for braising weeks ago, my freezer meat supply is running low—and sometimes a girl just needs a steak.
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5 from 17 votes 2409shares These spinach and quinoa patties are delicious, vegetarian and packed with protein and nutrients! They almost make me think I’m eating a chicken cutlet or meatball, without the meat. Spinach and Quinoa Patties These vegetarian patties make a delicious main, perfect with an egg on top or serve them along
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Drain pasta and asparagus, reserving 2 cups pasta cooking liquid; transfer pasta and asparagus to pot with reserved garlic oil. Set back over medium heat and toss to coat. Tossing constantly, add 1 cup pasta cooking liquid, followed by reserved yolk mixture, then ¾ cup Parmesan. Cook, tossing constantly and reducing heat as needed to
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But knowing that I had a signature was just an acknowledgement of the problem. To move beyond acceptance and onto action, I talked to Perelmen and chefs at some great restaurants across the country and found four cooking strategies to challenge my palate. . 1. Follow a recipe to a T Perelman recommended following a
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These easy Slow Cooker Chicken Tacos made in the crock pot with chicken breast, salsa, and spices are on repeat in my house! Slow Cooker Chicken Tacos Chicken tacos are a popular dinner in my house. We love tacos because they are so customizable. You can switch up the meat, toppings, and tortillas, so you
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7392shares Tuna Salad loaded with veggies like celery and broccoli, served in endive leaves make a quick and easy, low-carb lunch. Tuna Salad Wraps I love tuna salad with chopped red onion and a splash of red wine vinegar. The addition of broccoli and celery makes it even yummier adding crunch and flavor! Endive leaves
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These are SO delicious. Wow. I used pecans and a whole orange. Can’t wait to make this again. AnonymousNew York04/25/20 Rhubarb jam is definitely the star. Recipe worked well, but I was a bit underwhelmed by the flavour of the oaty bit. AnonymousIreland 04/22/20 Forget about the rest of it…make that rhubarb jam! Who would
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Transfer ricotta to a medium bowl. Add 1 large egg, 2 large egg yolks, 2 tsp. Diamond Crystal or 1 tsp. Morton kosher salt, and several generous grinds of black pepper and mix well with a heatproof rubber spatula to combine. Then mix in ½ cup pre-grated Parmesan followed by 1 cup (125 g) all-purpose
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4.75 from 4 votes 3135shares Blueberry scones, warm right out of the oven make the perfect Sunday morning breakfast along with a hot cup of tea. Blueberry Scones I love scones so much that I always keep a stick of butter in my freezer so I can whip them up anytime. We often make these
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Every week, Bon Appetit associate editor Christina Chaey writes about what she’s cooking right now. Pro tip: If you sign up for the newsletter, you’ll get the scoop before everyone else. Dear Healthyish readers, Forty-three days ago, my roommate Emma brought home a case of wine. This was back when plenty of us were still
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Sponsored by Campbell’s® | If you’re wondering how in the world folks are pulling together perfectly styled dinner spreads right now (and sharing envy-inducing pictures online), here’s a little secret: they know their way around a pantry. Campbell’s® soups and Swanson® broths and stocks are the ultimate shortcut to cooking up chef-inspired meals that are
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4.83 from 23 votes 6641shares If you love the flavor of refried beans but would rather avoid the lard they are typically cooked in, you’ll love this easy, fat-free version made in the Instant Pot. Instant Pot Refried Beans Mexican night happens at least once a week in my house, whether it’s tacos, enchiladas, tostadas
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The juice of 2 limes that is mentioned in the magazine is missing in the recipe above. Another great recipe to try out, though! I like that you can have it with rice or greens depending on what you’re in the mood for. I’m very excited to add this into my regular rotation. AnonymousWashington DC04/21/20
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If you ask me, a great coleslaw recipe is created with good knife skills and a short list of easy-to-find ingredients. Equal importance being placed on both ingredients and the cut of the cabbage. When cabbage is cut into ribbons that are too wide, the slaw ends up awkward, heavy, and daunting on the fork.
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I first posted this pancake recipe it 2006, and figured it was time to elaborate a bit. It’s a recipe I use it a lot, resulting in a beautiful, classic stack of pancakes with impossibly tender crumb and golden edges. The pancakes have lightness and lift, and good color. That said, the real reason I
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