What if I told you that I dreamed up an easy, fun, and stress-free way to make a scrumptious, unctuous lasagna that anyone (even your kids) can make? It’s Ravioli Lasagna! Think about it; doesn’t it make sense to simplify … Continue reading Recipe: Ravioli Lasagna – Easy & Fun!
Let’s have a serious talk about the intense deliciousness of a saucy baked eggs dish combined with limitless wonderful ingredients, otherwise known as shakshuka. There are lots of variations, but this particular recipe is packed with delicious veggies that are … Continue reading Shakshuka: Tomatoes, Eggs, Eggplant, Leeks, Sweet Potatoes, and Feta
Towards the end of the summer, I decided to join a couple of friends at what would be our first in-person lunch since the pandemic began. We agreed on Geronimo, a place I had never been to before that had … Continue reading Spaghetti Squash Grain Bowls
I thought it would be fun to share one of the virtual cooking classes I taught over the summer. There were many people from all across the country in attendance, even as far as Canada, I’ve come to learn. Of … Continue reading Sheet-Pan Shrimp & Vegetables with Orange Dressing
The pandemic as a teacher? Sure. A crisis is an opportunity for change? Yes. I’ve always considered myself a realist, tending to see the glass as half empty than full. Some would call that a pessimistic personality, but I’m not … Continue reading Pan-DAMN-ic; Looking for the brighter side
If you’re reading this, that means you’re back in to see how and if my idea for making pasta with sourdough discard worked. I’m happy to report that it did and that it was delicious! Below you’ll see how the … Continue reading Sourdough Discard, Part 2: The Pasta!
First, and more important than anything, I’m hoping you’re all safe and well. I promised that this blog would feature a recipe using the red curry paste we made the last time we cooked together. Don’t forget to consider adding … Continue reading Food as Meditation, Part 2
By now, I’m certain you all know how to wash your hands properly. By now, I bet your hands look as bad as mine, which means really dry because, in my profession, I can honestly say that when I’m working, … Continue reading Food as Meditation, Part 1
As a Certified Food Safety Manager, I’m always taking precautions to be sure that everyone in the test kitchen is practicing safe food handling. This naturally translates over to what we’re going through right now. COVID-19 has been a rude … Continue reading Eating Safe and Staying Safe During COVID-19