I’ve been having quite a lot of fun playing around with different Instant Pot recipes over the past few months, but one recipe has emerged as a breakout. It’s the one that keeps my Instant Pot on my counter instead of under it. You ready?
Asparagus is the workhorse of the springtime kitchen. Unlike the fussier darlings ( I still love them ), fava beans, peas, and artichokes, all of which require copious amounts of preparation time. Asparagus is relatively simple
I keep a big, double container of this on hand for days when a quick breakfast is in order. It’s one of a handful of custom cereal blends I like to keep in rotation – there’s also this one , and this one .
This is the sort of meal I’ve been craving since I arrived home from India . Hearty, substantial, and squarely in the comfort food realm. It’s the simplest of bean soups, topped with plump herb-packed dumplings
Everyone loves noodles, and I’ve posted a lot of noodle recipes in the past decade. Here are ten of the most popular. 1
This recipe is a riff on my favorite vegan oatmeal pancakes, they’re accented with blueberries, and boosted with beet juice. The beet juice is what makes the pancakes the beautiful pink color you see. These pancakes are hearty, substantial, delicious, and kid-friendly.
One of my favorite ingredients is makrut lime .
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.