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Slow Cooker Taco Soup

A Cold-Weather Favorite This slow cooker taco soup with ground beef is one of my favorite recipes to make in the slow cooker, especially in the fall and winter months. The soup is so hearty and flavorful, and the beef gets so tender over the long hours of cooking. Let it cook all day and it just gets better. Continue reading "Slow Cooker Taco Soup" »

Black Rice Bowls with Tofu and Veggies

Welcome to the world of grain bowls! What’s a grain bowl? These are bowls filled full with fresh and delicious vegetables, some protein, and a cooked whole grain. The components can often be made ahead of time, so grain bowls make a great assemble-and-go meal. Continue reading "Black Rice Bowls with Tofu and Veggies" »

9 Meals to Double and Freeze

There’s something so wonderful and welcoming about coming home after a busy day, knowing you have a well-stocked freezer and can just pull out a casserole to reheat for dinner. You’ve already done the hard work of making the meal. Now you just get to enjoy the benefits of your prior planning. Continue reading "9 Meals to Double and Freeze" »

Fettuccine Alfredo with Mushrooms

If you’re a beginner cook, or even an intermediate one, it may not cross your mind to try making alfredo sauce from scratch. For me, it seemed just a tiny bit out of reach for years. Then one day, I gave it a try and quickly found myself saying, “Oh. Show More Summary

Skillet Pork Chops with Cabbage

It’s hard to get really excited by cabbage—it seems so ordinary! But when I was in southern Germany recently, I enjoyed some truly outstanding cabbage with pork. I knew instantly what made it so good: the cabbage was cooked low and slow in plenty of pork fat, and the pork served alongside was incredibly juicy. Show More Summary

Meal Plan for February Week 3

I don’t know about you, but we had a lot of Valentine’s treats around the house last week, so I’m excited about jumping into the kitchen to get some real food back on the table! For this week’s meal plan, there’s quite a bit you can tackle over the weekend to make your dinners during the week a little easier. Continue reading "Meal Plan for February Week 3" »

Chamomile-Honey Hot Toddy

What is a Hot Toddy? Children who are having trouble falling to sleep are often prescribed a glass of warm milk to help them nod off. Their parents, having spent the night cajoling, ordering and begging their children to go to bed, may need something a bit stronger. Enter this chamomile hot toddy. Show More Summary

Shrimp and Grits

A Classic Southern Dish Shrimp and grits is one of those iconic Southern dishes that stir something deep inside those who grew up with them. Originally from the oceanic South—Georgia, the Low Country coast of the Carolinas and Gulf Coast...Show More Summary

Fudgy Gluten-Free Vegan Brownies

We have a lot of friends on a variety of restrictive diets right now, and as someone who loves to entertain, I wanted to make sure I had a treat that everyone could eat. But first and foremost, it had to be something everyone would actually...Show More Summary

Broccoli Cheddar Soup

During the cold winter months, everyone should have at least one great soup recipe that’s not only warming and filling, but that can also be made quickly on any given weeknight. This simple Broccoli Cheddar Soup checks all the boxes—plus, it’s easy to make in one pot. Bonus! Continue reading "Broccoli Cheddar Soup" »

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

A classic little treat perfect for a date or as a gift, chocolate covered strawberries are a defined part of romance in America. But don’t stop with simple dipping, dress them up to the nines with white and dark chocolate tuxedos! Could they be more cute? Super easy to make too! Continue reading "Chocolate Covered Strawberries" »

Roast Chicken on Angel Hair Pasta

If you’ve ever watched a rotisserie chicken turning slowly on a spit—my local supermarket has several going at once— then you’ve seen the tray underneath the birds to catch the drippings. Those drippings are gold! Now, imagine thoseShow More Summary

10 Best Side Dishes to Serve With Steak

Steak and potatoes are often paired together for a reason—it’s a delicious and mouthwatering combination. We’ve got you covered where that’s concerned, no worries. But there’s also this whole world of other side dishes available to you,...Show More Summary

Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Raspberry Sauce

Weekend breakfasts are a big deal around our house. We don’t get too crazy or complicated, but we do like to slow down and hang out in our pajamas a little longer than usual—especially around a stack of pancakes. After a week of oatmeal...Show More Summary

Meal Plan for February Week 2

This month, Megan Gordon is here to give us a look at what meal planning looks like for her family! Megan is a writer and recipe developer living in Seattle, WA, the author of Whole Grain Mornings, and mom to a 2-year-old. Please welcome...Show More Summary

How to Make Crème Brûlée

At first glance, creme brulee seems simple: It has a short ingredient list and can be made in a few steps. Beneath the surface, however, there’s a lot happening! Understanding the techniques needed to create creme brulee will help make your next batch a success. Continue reading "How to Make Crème Brûlée" »

What’s in Season in February

Welcome to month 2 of our Monthly Seasonal Produce Guide! When February arrives we are still in the thick of winter, but with hints of a spring soon to come. You can find almost all of the produce of January, like winter squash, cabbages, and citrus, but with some new additions like leeks, fennel bulbs, and baby arugula. Continue reading "What’s in Season in February" »

Pressure Cooker Chinese Pulled Pork

Five fragrant spices and a honey hoisin sauce give this pulled pork a ton of flavor in every bite. And oh hey, it takes just a little over an hour in the pressure cooker, too! Continue reading "Pressure Cooker Chinese Pulled Pork" »

Microwave Chocolate Pudding from Scratch

Yes folks, it’s here! The homemade pudding from scratch that takes only a few minutes of your time and without a single scorched pot! You will either love me or hate me for this. It’s that easy. Continue reading "Microwave Chocolate Pudding from Scratch" »

Meal Plan for February Week 1

This month, Megan Gordon is here to give us a look at what meal planning looks like for her family! Megan is a writer and recipe developer living in Seattle, WA, the author of Whole Grain Mornings, and mom to a 2-year-old. Please welcome Megan! February can feel like one of the longer months in Seattle, where I live. Show More Summary

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