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Slow-Roasted Beet & Goat Cheese Salad

Yeah, I know what you’re thinking: “You don’t post for almost 2 months and then you give us a SALAD?!” But guys. This salad. It sounds so simple on the surface, right? Beets and goat cheese, hasn’t that been done before? Yeah yeah, but not like this. Sure, you can roast beets at 400 degrees […]

Broccoli Cheddar Soup

This recipe is so quick and easy I almost feel like it’s too good to be true. But it’s not! Isn’t that the best? And I bet you have all the ingredients at home right now. Yeah, really. Broccoli cheddar soup is a restaurant favorite, but you and I both know it’s not exactly the […]

Summer Vegetable Pie

I recently went to my favorite you-pick farm and came home with 40+ pounds of tomatoes, 6 pounds of blackberries, and 2 pounds of these beauts: Oh man, are these eggplants amazing. I’ve grown up eating and loving the big, purple globe eggplants. But then I tried these. Oh, man. I’ve been missing out! These […]

Frittata for One

I had something like this at brunch with friends a few months ago. At the time I wasn’t crazy about the particular dish but I liked the concept. I knew with some customization, I could make it perfect. And I’d also been making a lot of omelets (necessary when you get a dozen eggs a […]

Spaghetti Squash Casserole

Can someone please make this winter stop? I mean seriously. It is late March and it is snowing! We had gorgeous weather on Saturday — a friend and I went for a hike on the Appalachian Trail, wearing short sleeves and shorts, and enjoyed some ice cream afterwards…just for the temperature to never climb above […]

Kitchen-Sink Stuffed Peppers

If you’re going out of town for Thanksgiving like us, you are probably desperately trying to use up everything in your fridge that you can’t freeze and that might go bad before you get back into town, exhausted from too much food and fun (and possibly beer). That, anyway, was the inspiration behind this dinner. […]

Spinach-Artichoke Lasagna

Lasagna is great comfort food when the weather turns cooler. All too often, though, it’s 70% cheese, 25% pasta, and only 5% vegetable (though I’m hesitant to call tomato sauce a vegetable, despite what the USDA claims). I think the more veggies, the better — though there’s nothing wrong with lots of cheese! This version […]

Pumpkin Ravioli with Greens and Feta Filling

This recipe is quite ambitious and I almost didn’t post it. But then I figured I spent way too much time on it not to share it. Plus the filling is delicious and it’s worth it just for that. This is the kind of recipe you make when you want to impress someone. Because who […]

Mexican Lasagna

Or you could call this an enchilada casserole. I thought maybe this would be faster to make than regular rolled enchiladas. Well, I’ll be honest: It’s not. This was an all-day (and all-dishes) affair. It’s easy enough to make enchiladas using a jar of sauce and a package of tortillas from the store but you […]

I love a good salad

I love a good salad. I really do. Most people think salads are for dieters, but I think a crisp, clean, fresh salad is one of the most versatile meals you can make for yourself, and a great way to use up whatever you have. Tonight, I had to use up bacon. Oh yes. I […]

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