Energy bites aren’t a new thing, but if you’re a person that grabs commercial power bars regularly, and you’re not already on board, give these a try as a DIY alternative. I make them for a 4 o’clock late afternoon snack to reach for when I’m at the studio, but they’re also a great travel option. Kids love them.
This is the sort of meal I crave after a travel stint.
Let me start by saying, if you already make your own nut milks at home, you have to try this. I mean – walk to your kitchen, turn the oven dial, and get some coconut in there. You have to trust me here
Some links, recipes, and reading for the weekend. Enjoy! – ‘ A small-town couple left behind a stolen painting worth over $100 million — and a big mystery ‘ (The Washington Post) – This interview (Apiece Apart) – How to Write a Condolence Note (Cup of Jo) – Reading this .
I love recipes like this, dead simple and adaptable. You’re looking at a creamy, delicious, slow cooker corn chowder. If you have a bag of frozen corn, an onion, and a few potatoes, you’re well on your way
There’s an art to creating a beautiful pie crust, and it doesn’t have to be intimidating.
Put on those reading glasses. There are some great articles in this list! – Fighting the vanilla thieves of Madagascar (BBC) – A COLD EMAIL FROM A FOOD-OBSESSED TEEN: WHY I OWE EVERYTHING TO JONATHAN GOLD (L.A
We are entering what I consider peak bloody mary season.
In my kitchen, this recipe wins the prize for most-cooked summer pasta, 2018 . It’s a beautiful spaghetti-based tangle built around skillet-blistered cherry tomatoes, accented with lemon zest, mint, broccolini, and toasted cashews.
This is a saag paneer that uses a truckload of spinach, gets tang from buttermilk and a finishing squeeze of fresh lemon, magic from a host of spices, and a bit of heat from ginger and chile flakes. I bring on a bit of crunch and contrasting texture where ever I can – paneer, toasted sesame seeds, and add a touch of decadence with a splash of cream (you can use yogurt, buttermilk, or cashew cream if you like). Saag Paneer Inspiration A bit of context