Chicken Parm Meatballs - Dinner: A Love Story
Unless I’m out to dinner, or unless there’s a birthday to celebrate, there’s not much room in my life right now for high-concept food. I love the idea of mashed potato ghosts for Halloween, and the artisanal Mallomars that came with the check at last weekend’s anniversary dinner was definitely good for a giggle. Even if it hadn’t been recorded in my... Read more »
New Orleans Red Beans and Rice - Joy the Baker
t’s taken me entirely too long to get to soak my red beans. A year! I’ve lived in New Orleans a year and I’ve never soaked my red beans to make a pot of Red Beans and Rice. Some nerve, really. Red Beans and Rice is a Monday night New Orleans tradition. I thought...Read More
Garlic Shrimp in Coconut Milk, Tomatoes and Cilantro
A quick shrimp stew cooked in a tomato coconut broth with a hint of lime and cilantro. Simple enough to make for a weekday dinner yet sophisticated enough to serve to company. Serve with a little brown basmati rice to soak up the broth.
Golden Red Lentil Dal with Cilantro-Speckled Basmati – Oh She Glows
This easy, flavourful curry is a great one to whip up during the workweek, and leftovers only get better the next day. Light coconut milk makes this curry so luxuriously rich and decadent tasting, while still feeling quite light and energizing. It definitely won’t weigh you down, but I can promise it’ll warm and comfort you on a chilly day. While it’s lovely all on its own (enjoyed like a rich, thick stew), I love it even more spooned over top my cilantro-speckled basmati rice with toasted…
Honey Soy Glazed Pork Tenderloin Recipe
This tasty Honey Soy Glazed Pork Tenderloin Recipe is quick and easy enough for a weeknight meal and fabulous enough for a weekend celebration.
Recipe: Chinese No-Clay-Pot Chicken with Soy & Ginger
This was one of the first entries in our Best Healthy Casseroles contest, and I knew right away that it was a favorite. Why? Because I wanted to cook it immediately! This simple dish from reader Nancy takes just a few ingredients, and through the magic of the oven, transforms them into an aromatic dish of perfectly cooked rice studded with chicken and shiitake mushrooms, flavored with soy, ginger, and garlic. This dish has so many of my favorite flavors: soy, garlic, ginger, and rich…
Thai Sweet Potato Noodles with Crispy Baked Tofu - Making Thyme for Health
Well hello there! I hope you all had an awesome Memorial Day weekend! We didn’t eat any barbecue but we did take a day trip across the Bay on Sunday to play around for a bit in the Santa Cruz mountains. We went to Pescadero to visit Harley’s goat farm to see baby goats, Archangeli’s for warm artichoke bread …
Orzo with Collard Greens, Sausage Meatballs and Sundried Tomatoes | Bev Cooks
I swear to you I eat more than just Italian sausage. But this time they’re in meatball form (!), so it’s . . . different? The funny thing is, remember when I was telling you about that meal that totally failed, so we looked at chunks of severed hair instead? Right. Well, I made this […]
Sweet Chili Chicken with Coconut Rice | Bev Cooks
Ummmmm yeah. First of all, I don’t even want you to scroll down to the recipe just yet, because you’ll absolutely lose your entire face when you learn of the minimalisticalism (
Lightened-Up Sesame Chicken with Broccoli & Couscous - Marla Meridith
My Lightened-Up Sesame Chicken with Broccoli & Couscous is way more nutritious than what you get at your local take-out joint. Instead of rice or pasta I serve this chicken with a sesame couscous, the flavor of it is not so different than everyone’s favorite sesame noodles.