A “simplified” version of Korean cuisine flavors (lacking kimchi!), but fast, tasty, and providing for several days worth of leftovers.
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A Tex-Mex appetizer dip, closer to pico de gallo than salsa. It’s lactose-free, gluten-free, vegetarian, requires zero cooking, and makes a giant bowlful in less than 20 minutes. Since it’s a dip, it’s forgiving and adaptable to whatever you have on hand (I have canned corn, not frozen corn!) and your taste (don’t want cilantro? use parsley! want to add black olives? go […]
Lessons learned from this one: (1) Gnocchi can be pan-fried, instead of boiled, and (2) field greens can stand in for baby spinach, in a pinch, but aren’t quite as good. Anything advertised as a “30-minute meal” always takes me longer, so I’ve listed this as a “45-minute meal” — your results may vary, depending on […]
Adam’s a big fan of potpies, so during my cookbook-buying spree in the early 2000s I picked up Potpies: Yumminess in a Dish by Elinor Klivans. Trained in France, and known primarily for her pastry recipes (she’s got entire books dedicated solely to chocolate chips and donuts) Klivans has had a long and varied career as a […]
Since we returned from Comic-Con, the number one most annoying thing about our apartment is not my refusal to unpack, not the hours of “So You Think You Can Dance” taking up space on the DVR, and not our landlord’s inability to give us our new lease to sign. No, it’s the complete lack of […]
Adam and I watched the first two episodes of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution the other night, and were both intrigued and repulsed. The family whose freezer was top-to-bottom filled with frozen pizza and nothing else? The fact that American school lunches are required to have two starches? Kids not knowing what a tomato is? Scary […]