Weeknight Shorts: Inspiration in a Bottle

Have you ever had a bottle of sauce in your cupboard that begged you to put together a dish that's something special to help highlight its unique flavor? I don't find myself in that situation often, but when I do, the cold dead of winter can give way to spicy tropical shrimp noodle bowls!

Breakfast in a Pan

If you make a little plan, you can have breakfast in pan without a lot of work in the morning. Imagine sitting down with a cup of coffee in your favorite chair and just relaxing while breakfast takes care of itself!

When Dried Is Better

Sometimes, a recipe gets something special from fresh ingredients. Sometimes, it's actually better to turn to specific preserved ingredients for certain recipes. The noodle recipe in this post uses dried shiitake mushrooms and wouldn't be as good with fresh!

The Seasons of the Table

Sometimes, the food we eat and the search engines we use daily to find those perfect recipes, explore new ingredients, and discover good substitutions come together to teach us all a bit about how we approach cooking and eating and the rhythms, natural and otherwise, that they produce.

Stuff It!

No - I'm not trying to be rude … I'm sharing my favorite stuffed pork chop recipe! Packed with sautéed aromatics, crunchy whole wheat panko bread crumbs, and tangy blue cheese, these thick-cut pork chops are perfect cold weather food.


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