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Roasted Broccolini and Lemon with Parmesan

Roasted Broccolini and Lemon with Parmesan

We love broccoli and broccolini in our house. While roasting broccoli is my preferred method, I’ve always sauteed broccolini. For some (misguided) reason, I thought the stalky-nature of broccolini wouldn’t roast well. I came across this incredibly simple but delicious roasted broccolini recipe from Alison 

Loaded Sweet Potatoes With Black Beans & Cheddar

Loaded Sweet Potatoes With Black Beans & Cheddar

This is such a simple recipe that it’s almost not a recipe. But the thing I love about it is: 1) without this recipe, I would never have put these ingredients together; 2) I will always cooks sweet potatoes cut in half lengthwise, cut side 

Caramelized Shallot Pasta

Caramelized Shallot Pasta

Charlotte and I were solo this week so I cooked some dishes that wouldn’t have been up Tim’s alley. Last night I finally tried “THE PASTA” from Alison Roman. There is something magical about the cooking process of this dish. You start with SO MANY 

Chickpea Vegetable Soup

Chickpea Vegetable Soup

I made this delicious soup last night. It was a hearty enough dish for a vegetarian dinner with some crusty bread for dipping. The key to the recipe is the broth which cooks for an hour before adding the veggies. The parmesan rind is a 

White Bean Piccata Pasta with Broccoli

White Bean Piccata Pasta with Broccoli

I love Chicken Piccata and Charlotte loves anything lemon and claims broccoli is her favorite food. So, this riff on chicken piccata seemed like a perfect meal for my new vegetarian. Her favorite flavor, vegetable, and some beans for protein made this dish a hit. 

Salty-Sweet Barbecue Salmon and Broccoli

Salty-Sweet Barbecue Salmon and Broccoli

Here’s a sheet-pan dinner featuring salmon and roasted broccoli. The sauce for the salmon is an Asian-inspired barbecue sauce. Obviously I’ve heard of oyster sauce and I know that flavor but I was curious what it actually is. It is made from caramelized oyster juices, 

Nancy’s Pizza Beans

Nancy’s Pizza Beans

I first made this recipe early in the pandemic when grocery shopping was a big stress and we were all looking for recipes with mostly pantry ingredients. I don’t remember if I shared this recipe with my friend Nancy or vice versa, but Nancy definitely 

Crispy Parmesan Roast Chicken With Lemon

Crispy Parmesan Roast Chicken With Lemon

Roast chicken is a staple in our house. It requires some time but is easy, delicious, and has endless variations. We usually have some leftovers for a chicken salad lunch the next day. Most of my go-to roast chicken recipes involve garlic but the short 

Sheet Pan Dinners: Harissa Salmon with Potatoes and Citrus

Sheet Pan Dinners: Harissa Salmon with Potatoes and Citrus

Like so many of you, we’ve been trying to eat a bit healthier in January to counter our holiday indulgences. This is a sheet-pan dinner that is clean yet flavorful thanks to the harissa. What is harissa? It is a North African chili paste / 

Cod & Kimchi Stew

Cod & Kimchi Stew

I love the flavors of Korean food and I love spice! If you do too, then try this recipe. The Korean flavor comes from the two key ingredients: gochujang and kimchi. Gochujang is a Korean fermented chile paste that provides a great salty, spicy and