Pad thai is nearly always a crowd-pleaser. It’s the sort of food that’s good, even when it’s bad
What is a magic sauce?
This is a recipe for the laziest nights. No joke.
This is a recipe for beautiful deviled eggs, but before we get to it, I’ll ask that you let me tell you about the last couple of days first. I know the eggs are distracting, I mean, look at them! If I could give you one right through the screen, I would. But the setting we enjoyed them in was even better.
I thought we could welcome spring with one of my favorite recipes from Near & Far . It’s the perfect lunchy, brunch dish, and it’s made with fregola.
If you’ve never made homemade pasta before, this is a great place to start.
One of the questions I’m asked often is, “what brand of curry paste do you use?” It’s easy to buy a range of red, yellow, or green Thai curry pastes.
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This is the simplest of cauliflower soups. And it is so dang good. The ingredient list is shorter than short, and if you have a great yellow curry paste on hand (or even just a good one), it is worth making
While, in my book, this will forever be the original magic sauce , this chunky walnut olive miso creation is worthy of the name as well. It works its magic by making everything it goes on more delicious in a deep, savory, nutty, umami way. You combine toasted walnuts, olives, miso, a dusting of oregano, and a dollop of tahini into a chunky condiment of sorts