It produces replicable, perfectly cooked food without requiring much more from you than the press of a button.
Rather than, you know, microwaving and eating leftover pizza slices, you can smash those day-old pies together, slice and dice them, and fry up the little squares.
Recipes can be a connection to our past, our family, our history. Putting your stamp on them just enhances the story. And now, thanks to someone who had been a stranger, Cathy's family and mine are connected. Through a recipe. And a screen.
Chicken thighs were made for low-stress weeknight meals.
Place all ingredients in food processor or high-speed blender and mix until smooth and creamy. Can add more stevia according to your taste. Serve in beautiful bowls and enjoy!
Roasted cauliflower? Been there, done that. But roasting a whole head of cauliflower? Now we've got your attention
Simple in its deliciousness, mochi has been part of Japanese cuisine since before the Nara Era -- over 1,000 years ago. How do you like to eat your mochi?
A better -- and lazier -- way to poach your chicken.
Here are some of the soups that we plan to pack all winter long.
Here are a collection of fabulous family friendly recipes that all take an hour or less.
Never have such tiny foods packed such a nutritious punch.
Can anything be done to punch up instant ramen?
Here are some indulgent little goodies to warm your soul.
I immediately wanted to top all my casseroles and pasta bakes with a blanket of green broccoli snow. Or cauliflower. Or Romanesco! Heidi uses both broccoli and breadcrumbs in her creation, but I see no reason why you couldn't use broccoli alone. You could even combine it with some nuts and seeds to achieve an even crunchier texture.
I don't know about you, but come Christmas, my Facebook feed is filled with pictures of people making paella. And yet, the best paella I ever had was on a sunny day at an outdoor café in Barcelona, Spain. In other words -- why make it only once a year? In winter?
Sadly, we can't bring you Mexico's sunny beaches this winter. But the cuisine? There we can help.