I like my sloppy joes to be chunky and flavorful – no thin wimpy sandwiches, please! I also like to stuff them with vegetables, turning them into one-dish wonders. This is a great dish to make in quantity – even better,
Cook your rice: I like to use a rice cooker, so that’s easy. While the rice cooks: slice the beef thinly into strips, across the grain. Slice the onion in half, then cut in ‘meridians’ (the long way). Cut the celery stalk diagonally,
This fresh tomato tart may seem complicated, and the recipe is a bit long – but don’t worry, it’s only three simple parts: the crust, the filling, and the tomatoes. The text is long because I carefully explain how to make the crust –
Autumn lasagna carries the flavors of fall: roasted squash, sage, sausage and cheese combine to make a memorable dish. It’s no more complicated than any other lasagna: there’s a sauce, there are noodles, and there are fillings that get layered in.
My family loves roast beef, and we have a preference for rare to medium-rare. But in hot weather, who wants to run the oven? Here’s an Instant Pot rare roast beef recipe that I’ve found to be reliable. After some initial preparation,
Pasta with asparagus and mint is a quick dish, with a few tricks to enhance the flavor. The asparagus is chopped small, to cook quickly for freshest flavor. The cream is heated to almost boiling, and steeped with crushed garlic,
There are all sorts of recipes for roast chicken. This is one of the easiest ever: a simple roast chicken without fuss or bother. Just add flavor to the inside, oil the outside, and roast it in the oven.
When you make this quick white bean & escarole soup, don’t feel you are required to use every ingredient just as listed. I like to use escarole, which is available throughout the winter, but you could substitute any type or mixture of dark leafy greens: chard,
I have made variations on these Turkish-inspired stuffed peppers for years. The version I give here includes meat, but they are 100% delicious without it. Any extra stuffing that doesn’t fit in a pepper could be mounded in a hollowed-out zucchini,