And I have been baking. The usual weekly challah, yes, but also cookies, a couple of loaves of this excellent bread from the NYT, and over the weeknd, a riff on the banana bread from my last book, Hot Mess Kitchen. As is usually the impetus for banana bread, we had a few bananas languishing in my fruit bowl on the counter, which is whatever most of the time, but in times of limited groceries and extra attention paid to ever morsel of food we consume, not okay. There was no throwing them in the freezer and popping them in a smoothie whenever I felt the whim—there is no space in the freezer. Plus, we really needed a loaf of banana bread.
Is it really summer if don’t have at least one good sandwich recipe in your repertoire? We gave the beloved classic BLT an Italian twist today with a Caprese-style takeover. Summer picnics just got a whole lot tastier! .
This recipe for brunch is a great way to cater for a crowd with very little hassle.
This salad is reminiscent of something you might find at a seaside bistro, or at an old school New England restaurant. A one-bowl meal, this salad is as refreshing as it is satisfying, and is surprisingly versatile. While you can eat this on its own, consider layering it in pita bread with olives and cheese, or putting it in ‘salad bowls,’ or mixing it with fresh summer greens.
**The slower the better with eggs: they can easily get overcooked. Note that if you’re cooking a second batch, you may need to lower the heat to avoid overcooking the egg since the skillet is already hot.
For the weekend, there’s nothing better than waking up to a hearty breakfast, especially one that can be prepped the night before. Here we have ten beautiful and delicious make-ahead breakfast recipes perfect for a special weekend breakfast or brunch. There are a few savory ideas and a few sweet ones, so I hope you find something new to try!
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If you're looking for a way to use up all that zucchini you couldn't find a tastier or more satisfying dish than this Zucchini Au Gratin with Rice! This French dish known as Tian de Courgettes au Riz is perfect served as a light dinner or hearty side dish. Zucchini Au … Continue reading →
*To make the oat flour, use a food processor or a blender to process a heaping ½ cup rolled oats into a fine flour and measure out one level ½ cup. Rate this recipe (after making it) Rate this recipe (after making it)
And now here are a few popular recipes on my blog that would also be perfect to pack for lunch, including my Italian Chickpea Meatballs and my Jackfruit Faux "Pulled Pork" Burger and my Quinoa Artichoke Paella.
ROASTED GARLIC SPAGHETTI WITH TOMATOES AND SPINACH – Krumpli | Another elevated pasta dish this time with simple tomatoes and spinach and plenty roasted garlic. I love roasting garlic because it mellows its sharpness and I think Brian’s hit a home run with this simple dish that’s full of fresh flavor.
A few cheeses and a variety of bread will be perfect additions. You can really add whatever you want! Don't subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.
4 slices of toast for each recipe – you do not want to use regular sandwich loaf bread but rather a crusty type bread.
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It’s important to do breakfast right, and that's pretty easy with the number of American favorites so good that they can honestly be enjoyed any time of day. Every American is familiar with a stack of pancakes or bacon and eggs paired with a slice of buttered toast, but there’s a lot more to be found in various regions of the country. Reflecting a history of innovation, local culinary traditions and immigrant influences, these breakfast foods represent the many ways in which Americans start their morning.
Some days you just need a loaded sandwich, and this one has all the toppings! Love the melty cheese! My hubby eats a lot of sandwiches so I know he would love this one!
Delightfully crunchy with the perfect balance of sweet and tart, these bread and butter pickles are a breeze to make and can be stored in the refrigerator or canned for long-term storage. These are practically a staple in our home and we love them on sandwiches, burgers, or … Continue reading →